From Barbie to High tech and…Cinema

     If you ask what inspires me to write stories for Art-Talkers web site, I’ll answer without hesitation: speakers and their speeches.Barbie
     Actually each Art-Talkers session is a new meeting with various kinds of art. At the Art-Talkers meeting December, 9 romantic and talented Sergey Plyasov prepared an exciting story about Barbie, and I’m sure that none of us knew the history of producing dolls before. Sergey supported his fairy-story with Barbie-dolls and impressed the audience by his openness and great desire to share his knowledge with us. At least I brought home bright Barbie’s pictures and stuck them to the wall.
     Yuriy Karabach’s first speech “About myself” was also unusual. He told us nothing from his biography but devoted his speech to art. And what is more important, he made us look at art from his own point of view. Though I’m not very strong in computer and mobile technology, I realized that we’re different, and if, for example, I prefer classical music, why not to adore the latest mobile model? Art is art.Art of modern mobile
     Tatiana Knyazeva who was Table Topic Master, invited members and guests to another kind of art – cinema. Her questions were like a new journey about old and modern films, comedies and tragedies. I greatly appreciate one of her questions: “What film do you suggest for the Art-Talkers to watch?” There were so many ideas – “Dead Poets’ Society”, “Island”, “Twelve Chairs”, “The Beautiful Mind” and others.

Lyudmyla Povaliy, UUPN member and Art-Talkers PR Expert

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