The message reads, in part:
“Over the last seven years, Tavrida has come a long way and forged ahead and has rightfully gained a reputation as one of the largest Russian youth forums with its rich history and magnificent traditions. Up-and-coming musicians, actors, directors, artists, choreographers and representatives of other professions from various Russian regions can use its venues to make themselves known, show their creative work to their peers or to those with more experience, and find support to implement interesting projects.
It is important that this season the forum will welcome young cultural workers and artists with disabilities for the first time. They and other participants will enjoy lectures, roundtable discussions and active work at creative studios. And, of course, the UN has declared this year the International Year of Creative Economy, so the establishment of a school of creative economy leaders will become a milestone for you.”