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At the annual X research-to-practice conference “Yelena Aladova Readings” dedicated to the 140th birthday of Vitold Byalynitsky-Birulya a panel discussion was held on 24 May where specialists in folk art and trade took part.

At the annual X research-to-practice conference “Yelena Aladova Readings” dedicated to the 140th birthday of Vitold Byalynitsky-Birulya a panel discussion was held on 24 May where specialists in folk art and trade took part.
“New Belarusian Folk Art Exhibition in the National Art Museum of the Republic of Belarus at Present. New Opinions and Technologies” became the discussion topic. The topic was suggested for discussion since the issue of the folk art exhibition creation seemed to be especially important in the absence of the public museum exhibition in the Belarusian capital. The exhibition was offered to be located in the building of the former student residence hall of BSU at 24, Karla Marxa Street transferred by the Head of the State during his visit of the museum in 2010.
The following specialists took part in the discussion:
Valery Zhuk, Ph.D. in art, a deputy director of Kondrat Krapiva Institute for art, ethnography and folklore of the NAS of Belarus
Yevgeny Sakhuta, Ph.D. in art, the chairman of the Association of folk art masters
Ivan Kruk, Ph.D., the chancellor of the Institute of Culture of Belarus
Olga Lobachevskaya, Ph.D. in art, a teacher of the chair for ethnology and ethnography of BSUCA
Maria Vinnikova, Ph.D. in art, a senior research assistant of Kondrat Krapiva Institute for art, ethnography and folklore of the NAS of Belarus
Nina Pochinova, a senior teacher of the Department for Aesthetic Education of Maxim Tank BSTTU
Oksana Kovrik, Ph.D. in art, a teacher of the chair for design of the Humanitarian Department of BSU
Svetlana Lokotka, the director of the Belarusian State Museum for Folk Architecture and Household
Valentina Pisarenko, a senior research assistant of the Belarusian State Museum for Folk Architecture and Household
Yelena Senkevich, the head of the department for foreign art of the National Art Museum of the Republic of Belarus
Natalya Kalashnik, a leading research assistant of the research and fund department of the National Art Museum of the Republic of Belarus
The panel discussion was supervised by Vladimir Prokoptsov, the director of the National Art Museum of the Republic of Belarus; Nadezhda Usova, a deputy director of the National Art Museum of the Republic of Belarus; and Svetlana Krel, the head of a branch “Belarusian Folk Art Museum in the village of Raubichy”.
The planned new folk art exhibition, as the museum management sees it, has to be a part of the future museum complex. The complex is designed to comprehensively present primarily Belarusian collections which are stored in storerooms and are not available to visitors in one city centre quarter (like in other European capitals). The invited specialists emphasised a special significance of the issue for upbringing the rising generation, exchanged their opinions and discussed several variants of possible concept solutions. All the invited agreed to join the Coordination Council on the formation of the new folk art exhibition in the National Art Museum of the Republic of Belarus.