Dmitry Rytov
pp. 11 - 21
 
Title: Improvement of the Qualification of Music Teachers with the Use of Remote Digital Educational Technologies
Authors: Dmitry Rytov

Abstract: The potential of digital technologies in the system of professional development of music teachers using remote digital educational technologies is revealed. The tendencies of modern use of distance educational technologies, e-learning in solving the issues of preserving the traditions of folk instrumental culture have been demonstrated. Problematic issues of distance education organization have been identified. The resources of the information and educational environment in the system of professional development of music teachers are analyzed. A comprehensive analysis of the main functions of applying digital technologies involved in the preparation of a musician-performer has been identified and made: information, creative, methodological and educational. Specificity of digital educational resources in music-performing activity, in conducting and fixing of researches in the field of performing technique, organology, musical pedagogy, dissemination of pedagogical experience is shown. The competence orientations of performing activity, creative selfregulation are determined. The potential and tendencies of the use of remote forms of conducting scientific and methodological events, the use of electronic training tools, the organization of distance education of the performer on musical instruments are revealed.

Keywords: Bulgarian Exarchate, Bulgarian Proto-State, Tarnovo Constitution, Constituent Assembly, Cultural Heritage

Received: 18-02-2021     Accepted: 16-06-2021     Published: 29-06-2021

Citation: Rytov, D. (2021). Improvement of the Qualification of Music Teachers with the Use of Remote Digital Educational Technologies. Cultural and Historical Heritage: Preservation, Presentation, Digitalization (KIN Journal), 7(1), ISSN 2367-8038, Institute of Mathematics and Informatics – Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, 11–21. DOI: https://www.doi.org/10.26615/issn.2367-8038.2021_1_001
Galabina Yosifova
pp. 22 - 42
 
Title: About Protobulgarian Cross-Shaped Temples?
Authors: Galabina Yosifova

Abstract: The article examines two buildings with a cross-shaped plan, located in Pliska. After the destroying of one of the buildings, the Great Basilica was built on its remains. The report includes all the opinions of researchers about the purpose of the cross-shaped building - a tomb from the early Byzantine period, a protobulgarian pagan temple, a mausoleum of the Bulgarian Khans, a church, a baptistery, a martyrium. Its construction history, superstructure, construction periods, facilities that are functionally related to it, its fate after the adoption of Christianity are examined. A church was built on the foundations of the second crossshaped building. Therefore, her researcher is of the opinion that it was a protobulgarian temple. Most archaeologists believe that only the buildings with a plan of inscribed quadrilaterals were protobulgarian pagan temples and in their works do not mention this building at all and do not comment on the possibility that it was a pagan temple. R. Рашев reminded us of this forgotten monument. Other archaeologists also believe that the two cross-shaped buildings were probably pagan temples and formed a new group of cross-shaped temples in addition to the group of temples with a plan consisting of inscribed quadrilaterals.

Keywords: Protobulgarian Cross-Shaped Temples, Cross-Shaped Building, Pliska, Great Basilica, Church № 3

Received: 11-03-2021     Accepted: 11-06-2021     Published: 29-06-2021

Citation: Yosifova, G. (2021). About Protobulgarian Cross-Shaped Temples? Cultural and Historical Heritage: Preservation, Presentation, Digitalization (KIN Journal), 7(1), ISSN 2367-8038, Institute of Mathematics and Informatics – Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, 22–42. DOI: https://www.doi.org/10.26615/issn.2367-8038.2021_1_002
Silvina Mihaylova
pp. 43 - 52
 
Title: The Observation above the Volume of the Language
Authors: Silvina Mihaylova

Abstract: The article treat of the complication and the simplification like a language processes which present the movement of the language unit and delineate the volume of the language.

Keywords: Volume, Syntactical Frame

Received: 11-03-2021     Accepted: 11-06-2021     Published: 29-06-2021

Citation: Mihaylova, S. (2021). The Observation above the Volume of the Language. Cultural and Historical Heritage: Preservation, Presentation, Digitalization (KIN Journal), 7(1), ISSN 2367-8038, Institute of Mathematics and Informatics – Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, 43–52. DOI: https://www.doi.org/10.26615/issn.2367-8038.2021_1_003
Lora Hristozova, Bilyana Popova, Sofiya Kovacheva
pp. 53 - 68
 
Title: Project "Digital Cultural and Historical Heritage of Plovdiv Municipality" - Problems and Solutions?
Authors: Lora Hristozova, Bilyana Popova, Sofiya Kovacheva

Abstract: The purpose of this article is to study and analyze the results of the project "Digital Cultural аnd Historical Heritage оf Plovdiv Municipality". A main part is the formulation of the problems during and after the project and the possible solutions. An important element of the study is the realization of a field expedition in the Roma neighbourhoods in Plovdiv and summarizing the results from it. All of this is a contribution to and experience in the field of digitization of cultural and historical heritage in the museums and galleries (following the example of Plovdiv Municipality). The basis of the study is the website www.digital.plovdiv.bg, the participants in the project and the specific field expedition. More than 50,000 movable cultural properties have been digitized. Part of the immovable properties of the city, as well as the intangible cultural heritage of the Roma are added to them.

Keywords: Digitization, Cultural and Historical Heritage, Plovdiv, Museums, Roma, Field Expedition

Received: 19-03-2021     Accepted: 16-06-2021     Published: 29-06-2021

Citation: Hristozova, L., Popova, B., Kovacheva, S. (2021). Project "Digital Cultural and Historical Heritage of Plovdiv Municipality" - Problems and Solutions? Cultural and Historical Heritage: Preservation, Presentation, Digitalization (KIN Journal), 7(1), ISSN 2367-8038, Institute of Mathematics and Informatics – Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, 53–68. DOI: https://www.doi.org/10.26615/issn.2367-8038.2021_1_004
Stefka Petrova
pp. 69 - 77
 
Title: Prepositional Adverbs
Authors: Stefka Petrova

Abstract: Adverbs are one of the most intriguing categories of language in terms of composition, morphological characteristics, syntactic function, origin, usage and others. When we look at the spelling and meanings closely, number of contradictions are found. The paper examines compound adverbs in Bulgarian grammar which are formed with particularly prepositional prefix such as "НА; ОТ; ДО". The examination was carried out according to five dictionaries of the Bulgarian language and based on 20 adverbs from the Official Spelling Bulgarian Dictionary (ОПРБЕ) additionally including other adverbs related to the final goal.

Keywords: Adverbs, Composition, Compound Adverbs, Spelling, Usage

Received: 24-03-2021     Accepted: 16-06-2021     Published: 29-06-2021

Citation: Petrova, S. (2021). Prepositional Adverbs. Cultural and Historical Heritage: Preservation, Presentation, Digitalization (KIN Journal), 7(1), ISSN 2367-8038, Institute of Mathematics and Informatics – Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, 69–77. DOI: https://www.doi.org/10.26615/issn.2367-8038.2021_1_005
Stanimir Demirev
pp. 78 - 85
 
Title: Development of the Accordion Chamber Compositions in Bulgaria in 80`s - 90`s of XX c. - Georgi Mitev`s Rore for their Approval in Music Performing Art and Pedagogical Practice
Authors: Stanimir Demirev

Abstract: The report reflects the problems related to the development of accordion pedagogy in Bulgaria at the end of the XX century and the accordion chamber performing art. Reveals part of the pedagogical and creative versatility of Georgi Mitev / Assoc. Dr. at AMTII "Prof. A. Diamandiev" - Plovdiv /, as head of the "club of accordion chamber ensembles".

Keywords: Accordion, Accordion Pedagogy, Arranging for Accordion Chamber Ensembles

Received: 26-03-2021     Accepted: 14-06-2021     Published: 29-06-2021

Citation: Demirev, S. (2021). Development of the Accordion Chamber Compositions in Bulgaria in 80`s - 90`s of XX c. - Georgi Mitev`s Rore for their Approval in Music Performing Art and Pedagogical Practice. Cultural and Historical Heritage: Preservation, Presentation, Digitalization (KIN Journal), 7(1), ISSN 2367-8038, Institute of Mathematics and Informatics – Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, 78–85. DOI: https://www.doi.org/10.26615/issn.2367-8038.2021_1_006
Asen Georgiev
pp. 86 - 95
 
Title: The Museum of Salt in Pomorie Town as a Result of Local Institutional Cultural Policies
Authors: Asen Georgiev

Abstract: The Museum of salt was established 18 years ago as an ambitious project for the development of cultural tourism, subsidized by the EU's "Phare" program. The Museum visualizes the traditional unique local salt yield technology that Anhialo has been famous for since ancient times. This cultural institution has developed over the years and it` s looking for new ways to reach the people interested in alternative tourism.

Keywords: Museum of Salt, History and Culture of Salt Production, Museum Tourism, Cultural Project

Received: 29-03-2021     Accepted: 17-06-2021     Published: 29-06-2021

Citation: Georgiev, A. (2021). The Museum of Salt in Pomorie Town as a Result of Local Institutional Cultural Policies. Cultural and Historical Heritage: Preservation, Presentation, Digitalization (KIN Journal), 7(1), ISSN 2367-8038, Institute of Mathematics and Informatics – Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, 86–95. DOI: https://www.doi.org/10.26615/issn.2367-8038.2021_1_007
Vesela Kazashka
pp. 96 - 107
 
Title: Strategy for Development of Bulgarian Culture 2019-2029. Opportunities and Challenges
Authors: Vesela Kazashka

Abstract: Bulgarian culture is multi-layered and has been formed during different historical epochs, which affect the Bulgarian nation and identity. Bulgaria is one of the countries with the richest cultural heritage, which allows for the use of this unique resource. Adequate and effective policies for preservation of this valuable resource, formulation of clear priorities, goals, tasks and mechanisms, ensuring accessibility of citizens to culture and art, their recognition by the society, are of special importance for the message of civilization, which we must preserve and we hand over. Cultural education is one of the main aspects of its preservation.

Keywords: Cultural Policies, Art, Culture

Received: 29-03-2021     Accepted: 17-06-2021     Published: 29-06-2021

Citation: Kazashka, V. (2021). Strategy for Development of Bulgarian Culture 2019-2029. Opportunities and Challenges. Cultural and Historical Heritage: Preservation, Presentation, Digitalization (KIN Journal), 7(1), ISSN 2367-8038, Institute of Mathematics and Informatics – Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, 96–107. DOI: https://www.doi.org/10.26615/issn.2367-8038.2021_1_008
Plamen Kondov
pp. 108 - 124
 
Title: Current Events and Processes Affecting the Vision of the Classical Wall Painting Technique "Secco"
Authors: Plamen Kondov

Abstract: The report presents problems related to scaling, project transfer, and the creation of murals in the art. The positive and negative aspects of the methods used so far are discussed. The main part offers modern technological tools to make the process easier. Examples are innovations such as "Robospray", Vertical plotter and Vertical printer. Their pluses and disadvantages are considered. The effects of the penetration of new instruments and their influence on the visual looks on the secco technique are investigated. There is a proposal for a new form a monumental work - the Augmented Reality. The problems of such a work and the circumstances in which the use of this form is justified are discussed. The conclusion highlighted the need to rethink the meaning of the term: mural painting, due to the latest scientific discoveries concerning matter. Also problems related to the value of the monumental works in the sphere of mural painting.

Keywords: Secco, Mural Painting, Robospray, Vertical Plotter, Vertical Printer, Virtual Reality, Augmented Reality

Received: 05-06-2021     Accepted: 11-06-2021     Published: 29-06-2021

Citation: Kondov, P. (2021). Current Events and Processes Affecting the Vision of the Classical Wall Painting Technique "Secco". Cultural and Historical Heritage: Preservation, Presentation, Digitalization (KIN Journal), 7(1), ISSN 2367-8038, Institute of Mathematics and Informatics – Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, 108–124. DOI: https://www.doi.org/10.26615/issn.2367-8038.2021_1_009
Diana Radoinova
pp. 125 - 135
 
Title: The Sanctuary in Mishkova Niva Area near Malko Tarnovo - Servant of Many Lords
Authors: Diana Radoinova

Abstract: The sanctuary in the area Mishkova Niva near the town of Malko Tarnovo is an ancient object of our cultural heritage. For many years the site is inaccessible because it falls behind the border enclosure, in the nobody area between Bulgaria and Turkey. However, the site is present with bizarre legends in the local complex of folk narratives. It has been studied by several archaeological expeditions, adorned by Laitsi with exotic and modernist stories of fantasy-type, and today it is fully accessible for visits by ordinary and pilgrimage tourists. Many legends turn it into one of the big prides, but also the great care of the Malkotrnovska municipality.

Keywords: Thracian Sanctuary, Folklore Legends, Divine Presence, Secrets and Mysteries, Tangible and Digital Heritage

Received: 29-03-2021     Accepted: 23-06-2021     Published: 29-06-2021

Citation: Radoinova, D. (2021). The Sanctuary in Mishkova Niva Area near Malko Tarnovo - Servant of Many Lords. Cultural and Historical Heritage: Preservation, Presentation, Digitalization (KIN Journal), 7(1), ISSN 2367-8038, Institute of Mathematics and Informatics – Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, 125–135. DOI: https://www.doi.org/10.26615/issn.2367-8038.2021_1_010
Pavlina Vladeva
pp. 136 - 154
 
Title: From the Chronicle of the Capinovo Monastery "St. Nicolai Wonderworker"
Authors: Pavlina Vladeva

Abstract: The subject of this study is the chronicle of the Kapinovo monastery "St. Nicolai the Wonderworker". The royal monastery was founded in 1272 with the patronage of King Constantine Tych-Assen. It is one of the oldest and largest Bulgarian monasteries. During the Ottoman rule, it was pillaged, devastated and set ablaze by kardzhalii (turkish outlaws). It was rebuilt twice in 1835 and 1856. During the Revival it was a significant spiritual, enlightenment and revolutionary center. It is closely linked to the struggles for an independent church, nationwide education and political freedom. In 1830 a monastery school was founded there. Freedom fighters sougters refuge in the monastery: Velchova plot 1835, Captain Dyado Nikola's uprising 1856, Hadji Stavreva rebellion 1862. Under the Russo-Turkish wars (1877-1878) the monastery shelters refugees from the town of Elena, which was burned down by the Turks in November 1877. A Russian military infirmary for the wounded warriors was also organized. Lientenant Colonel Georgi Ulagai and 32 Russian soldiers are buried in the yard of the monastery. Four monks from the holy cloister have reached the pinnacles of hierarchical service by being elected bishops. The monastery is seen as a fortress of Bulgarian spirituality and guardian of our cultural and historical heritage.

Keywords: Kapinovo Monastery "St. Nicolai the Wonderworker", Independent Church, Abbot, Revolutionary Center, Bishop, Russo-Turkish Wars (1877-1878), Russian Military Infirmary, Refugees

Received: 02-02-2021     Accepted: 22-06-2021     Published: 29-06-2021

Citation: Vladeva, P. (2021). From the Chronicle of the Capinovo Monastery "St. Nicolai Wonderworker". Cultural and Historical Heritage: Preservation, Presentation, Digitalization (KIN Journal), 7(1), ISSN 2367-8038, Institute of Mathematics and Informatics – Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, 136–154. DOI: https://www.doi.org/10.26615/issn.2367-8038.2021_1_011
Iosif Astrukov
pp. 155 - 177
 
Title: Digitization of Slide Film (35mm) – Transfer, Postproduction, Admissible Changes
Authors: Iosif Astrukov

Abstract: One of the most widespread photography formats before digitization, both for professional and amateur use, was the slide film (35mm, Leica format). Due to its compact size, compared to medium and large formats, this equipment was preferred by all photo reporters, photographs of the wild nature (probably the best known was the ones of the National Geographic magazine) and of course for the general people, creating family photos. Slides were the common way of presenting, when images had to be shown at wide audience. They appeared also in art – in galleries and on stage. For that reason there is enormous material shot on this medium, transferred regularly in digital format. The digitization itself is constantly changing and sometimes the same image is digitized numerous times. In this material I will follow the basic ways of digitization and the changes that occur. Important problem of the digital transfer still remains the limit of admissible postproduction, which inevitably is modifying the initial image.

Keywords: Photography, Slides, Digitization, 35mm

Received: 12-03-2021     Accepted: 22-06-2021     Published: 29-06-2021

Citation: Astrukov, I. (2021). Digitization of Slide Film (35mm) – Transfer, Postproduction, Admissible Changes. Cultural and Historical Heritage: Preservation, Presentation, Digitalization (KIN Journal), 7(1), ISSN 2367-8038, Institute of Mathematics and Informatics – Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, 155–177. DOI: https://www.doi.org/10.26615/issn.2367-8038.2021_1_012
Petar Odazhiev
pp. 178 - 192
 
Title: An Innovative Form of Access to the Cultural Heritage of Musical Theatre: A Perspective from Bulgaria
Authors: Petar Odazhiev

Abstract: Providing as an example the Virtual Museum of Bulgarian Musical Theatre, institutionalized as an independent and constantly evolving Internet platform at the Museum of the Bulgarian Musical Theater (MBMT), this study represents a new contribution to the application of digital technologies to management and cultural promotion. The research answers questions regarding the current development and applications of digital technologies for designing multimedia content aiming to represent cultural heritage. The results offer an original virtual museum constructing method for interactive access to archival samples of performances in the following genres: opera, ballet, operetta, and musical. Additionally, the museum offers access to a presentation of the achievements of music and stage art through permanent thematic collections of repertoire programs, up-to-date information about the creative process of artists, conductors, directors, scenographers, choreographers.

Keywords: Digitization, Preservation, Cultural Heritage, Digital Collections, Musical Theatre, Opera, Ballet

Received: 29-03-2021     Accepted: 22-06-2021     Published: 29-06-2021

Citation: Odazhiev, P. (2021). An Innovative Form of Access to the Cultural Heritage of Musical Theatre: A Perspective from Bulgaria. Cultural and Historical Heritage: Preservation, Presentation, Digitalization (KIN Journal), 7(1), ISSN 2367-8038, Institute of Mathematics and Informatics – Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, 178–192. DOI: https://www.doi.org/10.26615/issn.2367-8038.2021_1_013
Katia Iankova, Sonia Mileva
pp. 193 - 198
 
Title: Societal Approach Towards the Socialist Heritage in Bulgaria
Authors: Katia Iankova, Sonia Mileva

Abstract: The paper propose a conceptual framework of societal attitudes towards the socialist heritage in Bulgaria as a country with controversial socialist legacies in the field of tourism. The analysis aims to investigate the different expressions of sociatel approach to the heritage of the communist period of Bulgaria and what is the attitude, feelings, actions of the society towards this heritage in the post-communist times.

Keywords: Socialist Heritage, Tourism, Societal Approach, Concept

Received: 29-03-2021     Accepted: 22-06-2021     Published: 29-06-2021

Citation: Iankova, K., Mileva, S. (2021). Societal Approach Towards the Socialist Heritage in Bulgaria. Cultural and Historical Heritage: Preservation, Presentation, Digitalization (KIN Journal), 7(1), ISSN 2367-8038, Institute of Mathematics and Informatics – Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, 193–198. DOI: https://www.doi.org/10.26615/issn.2367-8038.2021_1_014
Donka Koleva
pp. 199 - 208
 
Title: The Architectural Cultural Values of Veliko Tarnovo - A Window to History
Authors: Donka Koleva

Abstract: Old Capital Veliko Tarnovo - the historical and spiritual capital of Bulgaria has preserved extremely valuable evidence of its history, architecture and arts. Tarnovo architecture reveals the spiritual development and masterful genius of the Bulgarians, interesting facts, continuity and creative development in the construction of temples, schools, community centers and other civic buildings over the centuries, as well as the formation of two architectural schools: medieval Tarnovo architecture with picturesque style and Tarnovo Revival architecture in baroque style by master Nikola Fichev.

Keywords: Tarnovo Architecture, Master Nikola Fichev, Architectural Schools, Architectural Value

Received: 01-04-2021     Accepted: 26-06-2021     Published: 29-06-2021

Citation: Koleva, D. (2021). The Architectural Cultural Values of Veliko Tarnovo - A Window to History. Cultural and Historical Heritage: Preservation, Presentation, Digitalization (KIN Journal), 7(1), ISSN 2367-8038, Institute of Mathematics and Informatics – Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, 199–208. DOI: https://www.doi.org/10.26615/issn.2367-8038.2021_1_015
Sandra Blazheva
pp. 209 - 223
 
Title: Tilt Brush. The New Perspective of Art
Authors: Sandra Blazheva

Abstract: Interpenetration of ideas, culture, economics, raw materials and etc. are causing globalization in our society. This trend is also assisted by the growing technological innovations. Society is increasingly turning to digital tools to provide fast communications, access to information and goods through the global network, especially needed during the pandemic. In terms of art, these factors contribute to shifting the range from classical means of expression to contemporary art forms focused on digital media. Historically, the discovery of photography in the 19th century radically changed art. Painting frees itself from the function of reflecting objective reality and seeks new means of expression and meaning. In the early 20th century, new trends in the avant-garde art seek to depict intangible things away from visible reality such as the inner world of the artist, emotions, symbols, music, time and more. One of the brightest trends - Cubism is a typical example. It seeks a way to show objects rationally from several sides simultaneously - three-dimensional, but unfortunately it is limited by the means of expression - the two-dimensional surface of the canvas. Digital technologies today have a solution to this problem. They provide digital tools that completely change painting. The canvas no longer exists in the familiar way in which the artist works. It is becoming history. With the invention of VR glasses, the boundaries of visible reality and imagination in art have been removed to enter a new virtual world. Tilt Brush technology goes one step further, giving the opportunity to the artist to create 3D images with a brush in hand while moving in the virtual world he creates. Canvas doesn’t exist, it is a virtual digital world three-dimensional arising from the imagination of the artist and existing only through the eyes of the pink VR glasses. Here comes the question, will technology displace the artist's hand?

Keywords: Digital Art, Art, Virtual Reality (VR), Tilt Brush, Technological Innovations, Net Art, Non-Fungible Tokens (NFT), Artificial Intelligence

Received: 02-04-2021     Accepted: 26-06-2021     Published: 29-06-2021

Citation: Blazheva, S. (2021). Tilt Brush. The New Perspective of Art. Cultural and Historical Heritage: Preservation, Presentation, Digitalization (KIN Journal), 7(1), ISSN 2367-8038, Institute of Mathematics and Informatics – Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, 209–223. DOI: https://www.doi.org/10.26615/issn.2367-8038.2021_1_016
Svetoslav Kosev
pp. 224 - 231
 
Title: Scope of Aesthetics in the Game Model of Artworks, which Contained Function of Augmented Reality
Authors: Svetoslav Kosev

Abstract: As I have repeatedly emphasized, processes in the field of technology and their application for the purposes of the visual arts have always played a major role in the development of my creative vision. An essential role in this direction has my acquaintance with Atanas Markov, with whom we complement each other in many respects and this has a beneficial effect on our teamwork. We have already shared in a previous edition of the conference "Cultural and Historical Heritage" about the work on the projects "Interactive Generative Formations", "Virtual Arena" and "Interaction with a technological organism". We are currently developing an extension of the last of the listed installations. This upgrade consists of the creation of a series of two-dimensional works in which an element of augmented reality must be included. This is essentially not something that has not already been done, but it is a very good element that would contribute the communication with the "Technological organism". The relation is also implemented at the level of interaction, and we rely on the game moment again. Through this act, we involve the observer, as an active participant in the artwork.

Keywords: Augmented Reality, Interactive Art, Game, Game Model, Artwork

Received: 05-04-2021     Accepted: 26-06-2021     Published: 29-06-2021

Citation: Kosev, S. (2021). Scope of Aesthetics in the Game Model of Artworks, which Contained Function of Augmented Reality. Cultural and Historical Heritage: Preservation, Presentation, Digitalization (KIN Journal), 7(1), ISSN 2367-8038, Institute of Mathematics and Informatics – Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, 224–231. DOI: https://www.doi.org/10.26615/issn.2367-8038.2021_1_017
Atanas Markov
pp. 232 - 239
 
Title: Extention of Creative Approaches Visual Artists by Augmented Reality (AR)
Authors: Atanas Markov

Abstract: There are currently over 3.8 billion smartphone users in the world (Reference from 01.2021). Mobile technologies are becoming an integral part of our lives and this undoubtedly provides a large and diverse environment for the expression of artists from all fields. Mobile technology is changing the way we encounter art. They do it mobile and the term "on demand" is extended to "on the go". The works are becoming more diverse and innovative and every person with a smartphone is a potential user of art. Most modern smart devices are now able to provide Augmented Reality (AR) experiences. AR is already used by innovative brands in trade and marketing, but AR can, and is used, and will be used more and more in the art world. We will no longer associate the visual arts with just visiting art galleries or theater and concert halls. Technologies such as augmented reality (AR), virtual reality (VR), mixed reality (MR) or generalize Extended Reality (XR) open up new creative possibilities for artists and new experiences for the audience. This not only gives new sensations to the audience, but also frees the art from the gallery, thus reaching a completely new audience.

Keywords: Augmented Reality (AR), Interactive Art, Visual Art

Received: 23-04-2021     Accepted: 26-06-2021     Published: 29-06-2021

Citation: Markov, A. (2021). Extention of Creative Approaches Visual Artists by Augmented Reality (AR). Cultural and Historical Heritage: Preservation, Presentation, Digitalization (KIN Journal), 7(1), ISSN 2367-8038, Institute of Mathematics and Informatics – Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, 232–239. DOI: https://www.doi.org/10.26615/issn.2367-8038.2021_1_018
Kaloyan Nikolov
pp. 240 - 254
 
Title: Festival Practices in a Virtual Environment. Benefits, Problems, Sustainability
Authors: Kaloyan Nikolov

Abstract: This paper examines the newly emerged practices in organizing festival events with folklore in a virtual environment. Is it possible to introduce information technologies in organizational techniques when conducting them both in a virtual environment and in a hybrid format. Technological solutions for digital fingerprint accumulation. Significance of e-festivals with folklore orientation for communities in safeguarding the intangible cultural heritage.

Keywords: e-Festivals, Intangible Cultural Heritage

Received: 02-04-2021     Accepted: 22-06-2021     Published: 29-06-2021

Citation: Nikolov, K. (2021). Festival Practices in a Virtual Environment. Benefits, Problems, Sustainability. Cultural and Historical Heritage: Preservation, Presentation, Digitalization (KIN Journal), 7(1), ISSN 2367-8038, Institute of Mathematics and Informatics – Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, 240–254. DOI: https://www.doi.org/10.26615/issn.2367-8038.2021_1_019
Plamen Glogov
pp. 255 - 263
 
Title: The Concept of "Owning The Class"
Authors: Plamen Glogov

Abstract: What does it mean to be a classy person? Does origin or behavior determine whether one is going to be a classy person? Various semantic connotations of the concept of being a classy person are examined in this paper at the level of personality and definion and categorization in terms of basic moral-aesthetic and philosophical principles and concepts has been attempted. In conclusion, being a classy person is presented as a morally independent category, which is associated with an individual's inherent ability to be free from dependence on both material and spiritual stimuli. A classy person will walk away with the same indifference from both heaven and hell. Such a person is a pure emanation of self-overcoming regardless of the ultimate goal.

Keywords: Class, Values, Philosophy of Self-Overcoming, Ethics

Received: 18-11-2020     Accepted: 22-06-2021     Published: 29-06-2021

Citation: Glogov, P. (2021). The Concept of "Owning The Class". Cultural and Historical Heritage: Preservation, Presentation, Digitalization (KIN Journal), 7(1), ISSN 2367-8038, Institute of Mathematics and Informatics – Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, 255–263. DOI: https://www.doi.org/10.26615/issn.2367-8038.2021_1_020