36 children from Kotayk region participated in Rostelecom Armenia and Russian Art Museum joint project

ArmInfo, Armenia

ArmInfo. Starting from June 10, 36 children aged 6-16 years from the SOS Children's Village of Kotayk region became participants of the joint project "Art for All" by  Rostelecom Armenia and the Museum of Russian Art.

As the press service of the company told ArmInfo, four programs were  implemented within the framework of the project: "Art: kinds, genres,  technique", "My house is my fortress", "Guess the picture", "Puzzle,  outline, description" On the development of logical thinking,  observation, visual memory, the enrichment of knowledge and  vocabulary in educational art, as well as the formation of aesthetic  sense and perception of beauty in children.

To note, the start of the project fell on November 2016, within the  framework of which it is envisaged the implementation of programs  developed as a result of joint work of teachers, museologists,  psychologists and art historians in guardianship centers in  orphanages in Armenia, and for disabled children, or with backward  development and other groups.

To remind, Rostelecom OJSC (www.rostelecom.ru) is one of the largest  national telecommunications companies in Russia and Europe, which is  present in all segments of the communications services market.  The  number of Internet users exceeds 10.9 million, and pay-TV subscribers  – 7.7 million. Russian OJSC Rostelecom through its subsidiary in  Armenia, GNC-ALFA started promoting and retailing telecommunications  services in Armenia under its own brand at the end of 2012. The  financial stability of the company is confirmed by the assignment of  a high rating: "BBB-" – from Fitch Ratings and "BB +" – from Standard & Poor's. 

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