Moscow Poly Announced the Results of the “Space: Close Yet Far Away” Contest
Moscow Poly has finalized the results of the “Space: close yet far away” contest. Over the past month, 130 school and university students from around the world were submitting their works that fell into ‘essay’ and ‘banner’ categories.
The youth from different regions of Russia, as well as Belarus, Uzbekistan, Tadzhikistan, India, Bulgaria, Turkey, Mongolia, USA, Armenia and Azerbaijan had a chance to share their vision of the universe.
Experts, in their turn, faced that task to access a big number of submitted works and chose the best ones. The respected Museum of Cosmonautics employees, Olga Kudachkina, head of exterior museum projects; Victor Galliardt, the leading artist formed the jury board.
The works were evaluated by deeply the subject was conveyed, the quality and aesthetics of performance, but not only that. The jury also looked at what emotions the works caused, as well as how fresh and original the ideas were.
The list of the winners in the ‘Banners’ nomination is as follows:
1st place – Stanislava Kuznetsova, Moscow Poly, group № 204-911.
2nd place – Emin Nur Yulduz, Samsun State University, Turkey.
3rd place – Ksenia Alishevic, 6 year student, V. Dal Russian Linguisitic School (Instanbul, Turkey)
The list of the winners in ‘Essay’ nomination is as follows:
1st place – Daniil Alexandrov, Moscow Poly (Ivanteev), group № 211-71.
2nd place – Stepan Kudryavtsev, Moscow Poly (Tuchkov), group № 191-T21.
3rd place – Davaalkham Nandin-Erende, head of L.E. Yudenko; teacher of Russian language and Russian literature (Mongolia resource center); joint Mongolia-Russia school (Ulan-Bator, Mongolia)