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Belarusian Union of Artists

1938
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Selected events

Associated Documents

According to the charter of the union, the public organization BSH is engaged in the development of Belarusian fine arts, the creation and preservation of national artistic values. An independent creative public association represents 5 regional and Bobruisk city organizations. In general, the number of participants in the Belarusian Union of Artists exceeds one thousand people.

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Selected dates:

December 6–9, 1938

The First Congress of Artists of Belarus took place, at which the "Union of Soviet Artists of the BSSR" was established. Later, the creative association changed its name several times, as a result of which the Belarusian Union of Artists became the legal successor of the Union of Artists of Belarus.

1940

By decision of the Council of People's Commissars of the USSR, the Art Fund of the USSR was organized. Its subsidiary organization appeared in Belarus in 1944 immediately after the liberation of Belarus.

1948

At the 2nd congress of artists, Evgeny Zaitsev was elected chairman of the board. This year is considered to be the beginning of the organization in the form in which it exists to this day.

1992

In connection with the collapse of the Soviet Union and the liquidation of the Union of Artists of the USSR, the Art Fund of the USSR was liquidated, and after it the Art Fund of the BSSR also ceased to exist, transferring all its functions to a single structural organization - the Union of Artists of the BSSR.

Since 1992

BSH is a member of the Association of Public Associations "Belarusian Confederation of Creative Unions". It includes 13 creative unions and the Belarusian Cultural Foundation. The goal is to assist in the development of creative unions, solving socio-economic issues related to the support of creative unions by the state and the national business community.

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Union Presidents:

1938–1941, Ivan Rubinstein;

1941–1944, Alexander Grube, acting;

1944–1948, Ivan Akhremchik, acting;

1948–1950, Evgeny Zaitsev;

1950-1954, 1982 - 1984, Andrei Bembel;

1954–1956, Vladimir Sukhoverkhov;

1956–1961, Pyotr Gavrilenko;

1961–1962, Pavel Maslenikov, acting;

1962–1963, Vitaly Tsvirko;

1963–1965, Nikita Voronov, acting;

1965-1968, 1987 - 1990, Vladimir Stelmashonok;

1968–1973, 1977–1982, Viktor Gromyko;

1973–1977, Vasily Protasenya;

1984–1987, Vladimir Gordeenko, acting;

1990–1998, Gennady Buralkin;

2001–2007, Vladimir Basalyga;

2007–2013, Vladimir Savich;

2013–2019, Grigory Sitnitsa;

Since 2019, Gleb Otchik.

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