The article highlights the issue of improving the professional training of bachelor-costume designers in regional universities based on the use of an approach to the organization of project activities, considering the ethnocultural component. The relevance and timeliness of inclusion in the project activities of creative projects of ethnocultural orientation are substantiated, allowing students to familiarize themselves with the formation of a respectful attitude to the cultural values of other nations, especially in such a multicultural transboundary region such as the Far East. For the implementation of the educational process within the framework of project activities, this approach can be implemented through the implementation of creative ethnic projects of various orientations related to the reconstruction of a traditional costume, the development of stage costumes, the design of modern clothes, and accessories in ethnic style. In this study, an educational algorithm for including the ethnocultural component in project activities has been developed and tested on the example of creating stage costumes based on the traditional Koryak costume for the dance group of the Song and Dance Ensemble of the Pacific Fleet of the Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation. The developed approach and algorithm will make it possible to implement design projects in the course of project activities in the areas proposed in this study: reconstruction and development of traditional stage costumes in addition to the Koryak one, and for other autochthonous peoples of the Far East, as well as the creative transformation of the ethnic and cultural heritage of indigenous peoples in a modern costume.
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03 June 2022
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Zaytseva, T. A., Koroleva, L. A., & Slesarchuk, I. A. (2022). Project Activity Of Bachelor-Designers Of The Costume In Regional Universities. In & N. G. Bogachenko (Ed.), AmurCon 2021: International Scientific Conference, vol 126. European Proceedings of Social and Behavioural Sciences (pp. 1107-1115). European Publisher. https://doi.org/10.15405/epsbs.2022.06.122