The First Moscow Educational Complex territories unification project
The “Alley of childhood” is a project of a pedestrian street inside the First Moscow Educational Complex, which unites various childcare institutions. The space of the alley is intended for a variety of installations and exhibitions, created by the students themselves.
Seasonal pavilions are mounted on the alley. These buildings are modern and relevant. They hold workshops for children in photography, sculpting, design and many other areas. All age groups are involved in the process: students hold master classes, while schoolchildren eagerly learn from their experiences and share with the younger ones. Artworks from the creative workshops are exhibited in the alley, and the exposition is constantly updated and renewed.
Children develop the themes of future expositions under the guidance of experienced teachers and educators. Themes can be drastically different: “A Street of Masters”, “Cities”, “Children’s Fashion”, “Tale after Tale” and others. Absolutely all students can exhibit their works, while not only schoolchildren and students can see these works, but also those who just walk along the avenue.
Thanks to the idea of the project, children can try themselves in different creative areas, as well as share their successes with friends and parents.