As part of the project, 8 workshops were held in the Oak Park Gallery, the Russian Drama Theater, the Frunze Museum, and the art studio of D. Adashkanova. About 200 children and parents participated in the events. The held workshops proved being a self-financing mechanism and demonstrated new formats of children's cultural recreation, such as: theater tours, a thematic quest game in the Frunze Museum, popularization of art genres (painting, theater, museum) for children and adolescents. Partners: Kyrgyz National Museum of Fine Arts named after Gapar Aitiev.
Expanding children's access to art in Bishkek, increasing access to museums for children and parents, promoting art among children and parents.