We will examine the lost paintings and visit virtual exhibitions
In the “Museum of Lost Paintings” presented by the Russia Today media group, we will get acquainted with 17 previously lost, but VR-restored ancient icons and paintings by Vasily Vereshchagin, Konstantin Korovin, Arkhip Kuindzhi, Apollinary Vasnetsov, Isaac Levitan, Ilya Repin and other famous artists. We will set off on a journey through the virtual exhibitions all over Russia with the full-immersion effect provided by Intechtur cultural and educational center.
“Hanging out” in the virtual library museum
In the Gogol’s city! Dress lightly, choose a virtual nose and come as an avatar to the online museum of the Gogol Library at the appointed hour! There will be a series of online excursions and discussions, where art historians, curators and artists will take part. See detailed program at the library’s website.
Reviewing the Culture Online award-winning concert dated 2020
“Russian-German Music Academy Online – for the 75th anniversary of the end of World War II” became the best online project. Russian and German classical music, as well as works by composers from other countries related to the theme of World War II were played in empty concert halls in Berlin, Moscow and St. Petersburg.
Listening (and watching!) to podcasts
Variety of topics – about famous artists, musical culture and Russian literary Renaissance. Of particular interest is a “Dialogues about Art” podcast for the deaf in Russian sign language. It is about the unique temporary exhibitions in the museums of Moscow and St. Petersburg.
Thinking about serious things with the Gonzo Design studio
Watch documentary projects of the studio: “Deep Inside” – about people with severe multiple developmental disorders, “In the Cold” – about 24 families of migrant workers from Tajikistan, “Awakening of the Earth” — multimedia journey along the river showing the nature of a woman.
Listening to fairy tales with children and talking to them about important things