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Closure of the Exhibition «17 Skulls and 1 Tooth, or Human Evolution Over Time»

18.11.2018

On November 18, 2018, the closing ceremony of the traveling exhibition «17 Skulls and 1 Tooth, or Human Evolution Over Time» was held.

Irina Orlova, a junior researcher of the department of archeology, conducted a final tour of the exhibition and told guests about how people have changed over the past seven million years.

A «primitive man» taught modern children the art of archery and together they followed along the mysterious footsteps of the Master of the Mountains.

After the closing ceremony of the exhibition, the winners of the contest of children’s drawings «The World of Primitive Man without Smartphone» received their awards.

Winners have been determined earlier by the Expert Committee meeting.

1st place
Anton Matskevichus, student of 2 «B» class, Aniva School No 1

2nd place
Victoria Blynska, student of 1 «E» class , Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk School No 6,
Lev Derevyankin, , student of 1 «E» class , Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk School No 6,
Madina Chermyaninova, student of 2 «B» class, Aniva School No 1

3d place
Idegel Dawaa, student of 3 «B» class , Aniva School No 1,
Maria Sazhina, student of 1 «E» class , Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk School No 6

The Sakhalin Regional Museum, warmly congratulates the winners and participants, wishes inspiration to create unique drawings and take part in new competitions!

 

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