I am a happy person. And this does not depend on my work or material objects, it depends upon people I meet. Those people are from different parts of the world: American guy reading «War and Peace» by L. Tolstoy in Russian, now he is a nuclear physicist. Japanese lady with her perfect Russian who translated Russian fairy-tales into Japanese. Doctor of philology from Astrakhan who, by a twist of fate, has got to Kurgan and now teaches and brings up new generations of linguists… Many people. I remember them all and I can tell a lot of wonderful stories. But today the story is quite unusual.
The case about the Art-Quarter on the former industrial territory in Kurgan is moving on. But again: Why Litfamily? Look, the case started in January 2015 during the visitof the Dutch architect and urban designer Cees Donkers. Olga was a translator for him. This initiative has been acknowledged strategically important for Kurgan and the owner of the territory agreed to organize the Art-Quarter. This is the true progress for Kurgan!