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The culture house in the Amur region updated the scene according to the federal program

The culture house in the Amur region updated the scene according to the federal program
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In the Amur Region, within the framework of the federal program "Culture of the Small Homeland" in the village of Novoivanovka, Svobodnensky District, the House of Culture was renovated. The institution became a member of the project "Local House of Culture" and received more than one million rubles to update the scene.

For the Palace of Culture, they mounted the upper stage mechanics, laid communications for commissioning the electric cornices. Last year, as part of the same project, the seats in the auditorium were updated in the cultural institution of Novoivanovka.

As the Regional Ministry of Culture told EastRussia, the federal project "Culture of the Small Homeland" is provided as an additional form of state support for the activities of cultural institutions, and it has been implemented in the Amur Region since 2017 of the year. One of the most ambitious areas is the “Local House of Culture”. This project is aimed at co-financing the activities of municipalities related to the modernization of the material and technical base of cultural and leisure institutions in small towns or in rural areas.

This year, based on the results of competitive selection, the commission approved 17 applications from municipalities of the region for subsidies for cultural houses in settlements with a population of up to 50 thousand people. As a result, in some recreation centers, the audience halls or the roof were repaired, in others the lighting and musical equipment was replaced, in others the seats for the audience were changed.