The development of folklore, arts and crafts in ukrainian ethnic minorities: trends (1990 – 2000-s)

  • V. M. Pekarchuk The Luhansk state university of internal affairs named after E.O.Didorenko
Keywords: ethnic minorities, folklore, arts and crafts, the state, culture, regeneration, theater

Abstract

On the basis of represented wide palette of historical facts, analytic works, scientific documents it is made an attempt to reproduce the place and role of folklore, arts and crafts of Ukrainian ethnic minority cultures within 1990­-2000 years. The importance of the designated problem is caused, first of all, the need to have a clear understanding of the mechanism of the decision problem of an independent state of interethnic relations. It was found that during the study years in Ukraine, the prerequisites for the development of new forms of ethnic art and in this respect the spreading of cultural heritage. We considered the continuity and perspective in the development of forms of ethnic art. Considerable attention is given to explaining the activities of different levels of theater groups, and contribute to the development of culture Ukraine. Also analyzed a number of activities of the Crimean Tatar, Greek, Hebrew, Hungarian professional artistic groups. The test problems were analyzed in terms of their contribution to achieving the political consensus and setting up fruitful contacts in the field of establishing cultural ­ artistic life Ukrainian ethnos. Folklore and arts and crafts were the creative activity of ethnic groups, in the process of which new spiritual and material values appeared. They were the product of the collective creative activity of specific ethnic groups, which reflected his values of life and ideals. During the studied years there was a blurring of the functional components of the classical folklore of ethnic groups of Ukraine. The utilitarian attachment of the song cycles to certain moments of the cultural life of the city or village went back to the past.

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Published
2014-11-05
How to Cite
Pekarchuk, V. M. (2014). The development of folklore, arts and crafts in ukrainian ethnic minorities: trends (1990 – 2000-s). Scientific and Theoretical Almanac Grani, 18(1), 158-162. https://doi.org/10.15421/1715029
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