Креативные индустрии ИД

№1 (24) March 2007
What’s the point of celebration? Endowment in Russia. How to protect intellectual property?

Editor's note

Not everyone of us has abilities to make everyday life a holiday if we speak about a real holiday that is a holiday of our heart. The constant Soviet holidays slip along the people’s consciousness though for some they help to spend considerable budgetary funds and organising these holidays are a real headache for local cultural bodies.
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Subject of the Issue

Evgeny Dukov
What are we to do with holidays?
The social function of the holiday becomes prevailing for public life as a whole and for the economics of local communities. Meanwhile, artificial holidays turned into the obligatory element of the technology of history reanimation in the name of this day. What is the present holiday culture? And why do we need so many holidays?
Sergey Kara-Murza
The Holiday’s Philosophy Saying about “shock therapy” of the first years’ reform one usually pays attention at the destruction of economic and social structures. But “molecular” effect of cultural shock destroying connecting effect of participation in collective actions including holidays is more important for our subject.  
What’s the point of celebration? The answers to three questions from the editors are only a little part of the truth about the essence of the present holiday culture.

Endowment is in Russia already The specific capital law for nonprofit organizations including municipal and state institutions promises considerable possibilities of formation of additional financing sources and it is unexampled in Russia’s practice.

Modern experience

Sergey Kovalevsky
FREAK OF THE IMAGINATION. The creative spaces of Great Britain
The birth of ambitious cultural projects in capitals astonishes nobody. The stake on art in industrial centers is worthy of special notice. Well-developed imagination is a more important factor of a person’s competitive ability and his life satisfaction. How do elements of city environment of Newcastle and Gateshead influence the imagination?

The project

Oleg Kardash, Yakov Cherniak
Surgut is the city of Black Fox The industrial city solves the problem of the city environment originality with the support of the return of its ancient history. The suggested project engages different levels of city community – business, education, cultural institutions, and artists, gradually changing environment and arousing citizens’ interest in the place history.

Culture and Law

Marina Andreykina
About part IV of the Civil Code The State Duma of Russia passed IV part of the Civil Code that concerns the issues of the intellectual property in December 2006. This article offers an analysis of incoming changes in the issues of copyright mainly in the sphere of performance art and culture market.
Alexander Dolgin
Is the market without copyright possible?
The article issues from problems of the new legislation of intellectual property protection as well. But here the author is interested not so much in juridical casuistry as in the sense and the future of copyright, of this pillar of the modern commercial culture, in the conditions of impetuous development of informational technologies. What is the alternative?
Masha Yufa
To Hyperboreya on skateboards Due to occasion or the Borei wind the representatives of Sweden Consulate and the city authorities, photos lovers and … local informal people gathered in Petrozavodsk City Show-room. Lisa Selin’s project “The Search for Ali Boulala” represented at the Hypeboreya Festival turned out to be conformable to Karelia citizens’ craving for free creation.


Jazz festival is a festival uniting the city About the place of lively events as an alternative for customary actions in the city space. Five lessons for those who risked organizing an informal city festival by the example of Saint Petersburg Petropavlovsk Jazz Festival.

School of Liberal Education

Boris Elkonin
Identity, potential and prospect of a person in education reality In previous issues of the journal in the column we represented the materials of the LES founder Alexander Popov and his tutors. They were devoted to the main point of this perspective educational practice for young people. We offer the exterior view on the method of the new generation upbringing that is realized in the Open Corporative Institution LES for already 10 years. The rubric ends with the texts of the LES students.
Vladimir Maksimov
Special purpose of educational space
Pavel Malinovsky
Krasnoyarsk anomaly? The lessons of open education: the experiment civilization context
Elena Samoilova
Freedom Space
Kristina Guschina
The Choice of the Way
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