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  • Philosophy of Pre-revolutionary Childhood in the Digital Environment and Transmedia Narrative: theConcept of a Museum Project (on the example of the Creation of a Pre-revolutionary Children’s Project for Enlightenment Project Arzamas)

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Anna Simonaeva
Philosophy of Pre-revolutionary Childhood in the Digital Environment and Transmedia Narrative: theConcept of a Museum Project (on the example of the Creation of a Pre-revolutionary Children’s Project for Enlightenment Project Arzamas)
Media Production in Creative Industries
(Master’s programme)
2018
The creative project is devoted to the development of the concept of the pre-revolutionary childhood project in conjunction with the educational portal Arzamas and the Museum of Moscow.

Museum digitalization can be different: someone interacts with the audience through applications, creating an "augmented reality" of museums, someone creates virtual exhibitions, someone duplicates exposure in the digital environment - there are a lot of options. These processes radically change the relationship between museums and the public: you can become a visitor to the museum without leaving home.

Today, projects are actively being created that are similar to museums on philosophy, but not having a material embodiment, existing only in the digital world - from this they do not cease to be significant; on the contrary, they get rid of the framework, acquire new meaning and find their appearance in the transmedia.

The first chapter includes a detailed description of the project.

In the second chapter, the author analyzes such a notion as "transmedia storying", and also analyzes the philosophy of the pre-revolutionary childhood.

During the development of the project, the author analyzed the features of the integration of museums into a multimedia environment, as well as features

transmedia storytelling.

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