|"Srostky's History (early 19th-late 20th century)"
"School Classroom (memorial)"
"Shukshin's Creative Work 1954-1974"
"World Literary Legacy of V.M. Shukshin. Shukshin and Theatre"
"Shukshin and Modernity"|
It is planned to complete the work in 2 last parts, namely "Srostky's History" and "Shukshin and Modernity" in 1997-1998 by the 70th anniversary of Shukshin.
"Srostky's History (19-20 century)."
The documents about village are exhibited here. Chronological succession of material shows the village history in 1920s - 50s.
|... I memorized the way of life of Russian peasantry, the morality of this life, moreover, I was convinced by years that this very way is wonderful, beginning from language, habitation:|
"School Classroom (Memorial)"
Srostky School classroom furniture (1940s - 50s) was recreated here, originally for shooting the film "Holidays of Childhood" (After Shukshin's storics, producers R. and Y. Grigoriev, Gorky-Studio, 1982).
Vasily learned in this classroom in 1944. Here one can see his General Education Certificate, books, textbooks, visual aids.
" V.M. Shukshin's Creative Work, 1954-74."
It is the central part of the exposition. It includes the period from his leaving for Moscow till his last work in literature and cinema. The exhibits show his study at the Institute of Cinematography, his first parts in films, his work in film shot in the Altai, namely "There Lives Such a Fellow" (1964), "Your Son and Brother" (1966), "Ovens-Benches" (1972), direction and production of 5 author's films, actor parts. There are also his published works edited during Shukshin's life time. His first story was Published in "Smena" magazine No 5, 1958. His first book "Villagers" was published in 1963. Shukshin's private things, family photoes, manuscripts, dresses of film characters, documents concerning perpetuating Shukshin's name are also exhibited there.
"World Literary Legacy of V.M.Shukshin. Shukshin and the Theatre."
More than 130 editions of Shukshin works have been published from 1974 till now and translated into 44 foreign languages. They have been edited in 20 countries. Here one can also see scientific research into Shukshin's works. The part "Shukshin and Altai" includes the information about performances in different theatres of our country, e. g. "Characters" in Mayakovsky Moscow Theatre. There are also placards, programs, illustrations for his works. There are also exhibitions of paintings in show hall. The main themes of these paintings are Altai and Shukshin.