The Culture Online International Award has become one of the most prestigious awards in digital art in Russia, aimed at promoting the importance of innovative technologies in the development of culture. This award has been running for four years and has gained significant recognition in the industry. The participants of this award are creative and
Voting for the selection of finalists and laureates of the Culture Online International Award is now over. Among 300 applications received, the expert council chose a select few to receive their well-deserved awards. The voting process was conducted online, which was fitting for an award that celebrates digital culture.
The call for the Culture Online International Award applications ended on October 1, 2023. This year, 300 applications from participants from various cities in Russia and other countries were accepted.
In August 2023, the Culture Online International Award announced the call for applications from digital project creators, bloggers, creative unions and cultural associations worldwide. Initially, the deadline for accepting applications was scheduled for September 22, 2023, but at the request of the participants, the organizing committee decided to extend the deadline for submitting applications until October 1 inclusive.
Applications for the Culture Online International Award are accepted until September 22, 2023, 11:00 P.M. (Moscow time). Cultural institutions, creative unions, public organizations, associations, bloggers and other organizations that have implemented their projects in the field of culture using new technologies from September 23, 2022, to the present are invited to participate.
The educational digital project of the Russian Cultural Foundation “Culture Online” congratulates everyone on the New Year holidays!
We introduce in detail projects of the winners of the Culture Online International Award to visitors of the portal. We present to your attention the awardee in the nomination “Cultural Gamification” – “The Book Renaissance “Exhibition 360””.
How to instill the love for books in teenagers? What needs to be done to make a child interested in history or geography? The media project “Multi-Knowledge”, the winner of the Culture Online International Award”, will answer these questions.
“All the world’s a stage, and all the men and women merely players”. It is difficult to disagree with this famous aphorism of William Shakespeare. Indeed, each of us really plays a role in this life. People love and go to the theater. But not everyone knows how it appeared.
“Culture Online” has collected for you the selection of wonderful portal projects with life hacks in travel planning.
According to the theory of Swiss psychologist Carl Jung, the personality archetype implies innate human behavior. This is the set of properties and features, which we are born with. It is the hereditary model embedded in us that determines our behavior, actions, priorities, thinking and other psychological aspects. If you want to know your archetype — read this article.
We continue to get you acquainted with awardees of the Culture Online International Award. We present to you the project of the Donetsk Republican Art Museum “Classics and Modernity”, which won “The Special Jury Prize ”For dedication to culture””.
We continue to tell you about awardees of the Culture Online International Award. In this article, we will get you acquainted with the project “Teen art awards”, which took 3rd place in the nomination “The Best Online Project 2022”.
At the award ceremony, the jury announced the names of the winners of the international award “Culture Online”.
On November 15 at 17:00 (Moscow time), an award ceremony for the best digital projects in the field of culture will be held on the official website: https://culturaonline.ru.
319 applications from 53 regions of Russia, as well as Belarus, Kyrgyzstan, Kazakhstan, Armenia and Switzerland, have been submitted on the culturaonline.ru website of the digital educational project of the Russian Cultural Foundation.
On October 7 the acceptance of applications for the international award “Culture Online” has finished on culturaonline.ru – the site of the educational digital project by the Russian Cultural Foundation. The purpose of the award is to identify and encourage the best practices of the online technologies introduction in the domain of culture. This year,
Applications for participation in the “Culture Online” international award will be accepted until October 7.
Applications for the third Culture Online international award will be accepted starting August 1. Applications are accepted on the “Culture Online” digital educational project’s website until September 23, 2022. The Culture Online International Award is organized by the Russian Cultural Foundation. Culture, being a fundamental element in the development of any society, falls under the
New episode of the video digest introduces the best of them — this year’s Award winners.
The winners of the award in 2021 were 10 projects from Russia, the USA and Denmark.
Applications for the international award “Culture Online” are accepted until 23:00 (Moscow time) on October 22, 2021.
“Culture Online” is a portal about cultural initiatives on the Internet, which introduces people to innovative online projects from the field of art.
Russian-German Online Music Academy, Museum of Lost Paintings, Op-Pop-Art school of popular art and 7 other award-winning projects were among the first to join the Culture Online web portal.
Our first video devoted to the project explains what Culture Online is and for whom it was created, what projects can be hosted on the web portal, and what Yuri Bashmet, conductor, tutor and public figure, thinks about the initiative of the Russian Culture Fund.
Culture Online web portal has collected more than 40 digital projects of Russian museums: virtual exhibitions, online excursions, mobile applications and even an immersive vernissage. We introduce you to the brightest of them.
The deadline for submitting applications for the award is October 22.
According to the assessment of the Creative Civic Change British subsidy program, creative initiatives played a key role in supporting and uniting local communities during the pandemic.
We tell you about the residents of the portal “Culture Online” who have successfully implemented cultural projects of international importance on the Internet.
In new video digest, we tell (and show) how one of the most spectacular art forms becomes even brighter thanks to modern technologies: virtual reality, panoramic video shooting, motion capture, screenlife.
Every fifth project out of 270 digital residents of the Culture Online web portal is a museum.
Which projects have already become digital residents of the Culture Online web portal and why it is worth following their example – discussed together with Anton Kulapov, artist of the Moscow Virtuosi State Chamber Orchestra.
Deadline for application submission to Culture Online international award has been extended until October 22, 2021. Prize will be awarded in seven categories.
VR-walk through the Belarusian synagogue, online festival in Bashkir village, virtual trips to leading Russian exhibitions and international cultural and educational events on the Internet.
To stage an opera at no additional cost with leading soloists engaged from all over the world, and earn money at the same time — such opportunities of digital opera formats are noted by production director and resident of Culture Online educational digital project Dmitry Otyakovsky on the eve of the World Opera Day on October 25.
In this episode of the ongoing Culture Online digest we get acquainted with online music projects and watch an interview with production director Dmitry Otyakovsky — one of the main activists of digital opera in Russia.
You can now quickly learn global news about online culture and the secrets of creating digital cultural projects from the Telegram channel of the Culture Online web portal.
Do not forget about culture and art while watching TV shows, YouTube streams and TikTok videos. Here is our compilation of cultural digital projects: online concerts, lectures, podcasts and performances available on the Culture Online portal.
New digital residents of the Culture Online web portal – virtual Museum of Nikolai Gogol, video concert from the main Russian Naval Cathedral, theatrical online show about the everyday life of an actress in self-isolation and educational online initiatives by libraries from all over Russia.
On November 12, famous German musicians – baritone singer Manuel Walser and pianist Nikolaus Rexroth (winner of the 2020 Culture Online Award) – will present Franz Schubert’s “Winter Journey” cycle of songs to St. Petersburg audience in the Small Hall of St. Petersburg Philharmonic.
Since the beginning of the pandemic, this format has been even more actively used by museums, theaters, libraries, and educational institutions. We try to find out how they do this on the example of the Kunstkamera Museum, Chekhov’s museums in Yalta and Gurzuf and other cultural venues.
This year, geography of the Culture Online Award has expanded, and the event has acquired an international status. Total of 452 projects were submitted from more than 20 countries: Russia, the USA, Qatar, Italy, Switzerland, Austria, Lebanon, Greece and other countries.
The founder of JAB is People’s Artist of Russia Igor Butman, whose musical project #stayhomejazzchallenge became one of the first digital residents of the Online Culture portal.
The list of finalists of the international Culture Online Award has been announced. In 2021, 452 projects were submitted from more than 20 countries and 50 regions of Russia.
Watch the online award ceremony on November 15 at 17:00 Moscow time.