• Madina Makhmutova
  • Кlara Karamova
  • Gulnaz Akhmetshina
  • Aizada Djuzbaeva



Abstract. The relevance of the problem under study is conditioned by the fact that the pedagogical foundations of folk art teaching in the system of higher educational institutions are the process of knowledge and skill mastering for various types of decorative and applied art that have artistic, cultural and historical value in the development of professional competencies among the students in the field of ethnic design. However, the denial of the importance of Turkic people artistic culture study leads to the process of culture national identity destruction, to the tendencies of mass consumer "ideal" emergence for a unified commodity market. The development of new priorities in the state policy of
secondary special and higher professional education system support in Russia and abroad is one of the fundamental concepts to revive the traditions of folk and professional creativity in decorative and applied arts. The article focuses on the need for a comprehensive study of the Turkic world artistic cultures as the ethnic core of national tradition, artistic thinking and practical activity of people community, a highly developed artistic and aesthetic system of folk art, which determined the level of ethnic group consolidation. The achievements in the field of decoration techniques, ornaments
and craftsmanship of the folk craftsmen from the Turkic-speaking peoples of Asia and Europe had a noticeable influence on the decorative and applied art of the Tatar and Kyrgyz peoples. In this regard, there is a need to preserve the cultural heritage of their ancestors in order to study the traditional forms of folk art in the decorative and applied arts of the Turkic peoples.
Keywords: artistic culture of the Turkic peoples, decorative and applied art of Tatars and Kirghizs, folk art of craftsmen.


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