III International Festival of Ancient Technologies and Cultural Communications
named after Thor Heyerdahl

 

«DESHT-THOR» ON-LINE

 

 

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Dear friends, reenactors, professionals and people who are passionate about history!

The Culture Department of Kostanai Region Akimat, with participation of Lisakovsk Museum of History and Culture of Upper Tobol and the State Cultural Center for Amateur Folk Art and Cinema and Video Fund of the Culture Department of Kostanai Region Akimat Culture Department will conduct
Third International Festival of Ancient Technologies and Cultural Communications
named after Thor Heyerdahl, «Desht Thor»,
which, due to COVID-19 will be carried out both offline and online.

PROMO VIDEO

Appeals from the organizers, partners and participants of the festival to the audience, teaser trailers of the participants’ performances.

WHERE AND WHEN?

Date: 8-9 August 2020
The main place: the city of Lisakovsk, Kostanay region, Republic of Kazakhstan.
Speaker platforms: from anywhere in the World.

WHAT FORMAT?

The festival is held in the form of sequential speeches of speakers, published on our website according to the media plan. Both live broadcasts with participants and previously recorded video performances are accepted.

TOPIC OF THE SPEECH?

The main theme of the Festival: technology, culture, costume of the Great Steppe from the Bronze Age to the Golden Horde. The change in the format of the Festival made it possible to expand the variety of topics: reenactment of technology, thing, costume, architecture, cuisine, image, culture, historical events

LIVE

ARCHAEOLOGICAL HERITAGE

LISAKOV ARCHAEOLOGICAL EXPEDITION

The Upper Tobol region is a place in the steppe belt of Eurasia, where dozens of historical and archaeological monuments are compactly located on a relatively small territory, which are of interest not only in historical, scientific, but also in cultural, educational, and tourist terms.

The study of the ancient archaeological sites of Kazakhstan proves that our country was the center of vivid historical processes, ancient cultural communications, globalization of ideas, one of the centers of the formation of the subsequent Indo-European world and the ancestor of the world of steppe nomadic cultures.

The popularization of scientific knowledge is especially necessary in the current situation of the decline of the popular science sphere. And as part of the scientific and educational movement, we have been holding our International Festival of Ancient Technologies and Cultural Communication named after Thor Heyerdahl “Desht-Thor”.

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SPECTATORS

20

VIDEO

12

LIVE ETHERS

14

SPEAKERS

ATTENTION! CURRENTLY 14  VACANT SITES…

The opening hours of sites and sections, the availability of vacancies, check with the curators of the Festival

DON'T MISS THE OPPORTUNITY TO TAKE PART IN OUR FESTIVAL!

HOW TO BECOME A SPEAKER?

The contingent of active participants in our Festival is quite diverse. We welcome everyone – from professors and doctors of sciences to schoolchildren and history buffs. We support any initiative and are glad to any of your participation.

Our Festival is a platform for communication and exchange of information between specialists in different fields and directions. We believe that museum staff, archaeologists, reenactors, craftsmen and other specialists have something to talk about, learn something new, and exchange knowledge and opinions.

Each presentation by a participant is a 30-minute video. It can be a pre-recorded and edited video clip, or live broadcast.

To participate in the festival as an active participant, you need to fill out the form below and the organizers will contact you!

SUBMIT AN APPLICATION

археолог

Эмма Усманова

археолог

Татьяна Крупа

художник

Калиолла Ахметжан

экспериментатор

Иван Семьян

FESTIVAL SECTIONS

ORGANIZATION OF DEMONSTRATION OF WORK OF SECTIONS IN ONLINE VIDEO / PHOTO PRESENTATION
  • «Jewelers - beauty reenactors» (jewelry business)

  • «Golden threads of weaving technologies» (weaving technologies)

  • «Wonders of Felt» (Felting)

  • «Hephaestus Heirs» (archeometallurgy)

  • «Magic clay» (ceramics)

  • «The Art of Being a Warrior» (weapons manufacturing technologies)

  • «Reenactment in the Museum» (item in the museum space)

  • «Reenactment in tourism» (reenactment-excursion)

  • «Fashion through the ages» (costume reenactment)

  • «Sign and Image» (reenactment of an artifact)

  • «Delicious food» (reenactment of old food recipes)

  • «Faster than the wind» (vehicles)

LEARN MORE

SCHEDULE OF THE FESTIVAL

THEORY

LECTURES, DISCUSSIONS, EDUCATIONAL VIDEOS

9:00AM

GREETING

9:00AM - 9:30AM

Greetings from the organizers of the festival

9:30AM

SPEAKER 1

9:30AM - 10:00AM

Speech of Speaker 1

PRACTICE

SEMINARS, MASTER CLASSES

09:00AM

приветствие

09:00AM - 09:30AM

Welcome speech from the organizers of the festival

09:30AM

SPEAKER 1

09:30AM - 10:00AM

Speech of Speaker 1

10:00AM

SPEAKER 2

10:00AM - 10:30AM

Speech of Speaker 2

PHOTO GALLERY

Photo reports from previous festivals (2018 and 2019) and photo materials for the “Desht-Thor – 2020” festival.

If you are a participant of the 2018 or 2019 festivals and you have photos from the festival that you would like to share, then send them to the e-mail:

deshtthor@ierc.education

ВСЕ АЛЬБОМЫ

FESTIVAL PARTNERS

Organizers, sponsors and participants of the festival

REGISTRATION OF PARTICIPANT

Fill out this form if you want to take part in the Festival as a speaker







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      • We are waiting for you every day!
      • MSI ``Lisakovskiy Museum of History and Culture of the Upper Pre-Tobol region`` of the Department of Culture of the Akimat of Kostanay region

      • Email us

        muzei_lis@mail.ru

      • Our address

        111200, Kostanay region,
        Lisakovsk, Mira street, 32
        (building of the House of Culture, south entrance)

      • Our website

        http://lisakovsk-museum.kz/ru/

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