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Photo credit: Joshua_Willson / 5,500 people have attended the events of the Russian Film Week. According to the founder of the film forum, Philip Percon, the mere fact that the festival took place, despite all the pandemic restrictions, is already an excellent result, TASS...

06.12.2021 Subject: Culture

Photo credit: Monument to Nekrasov with a dog and a gun in Chudovo / Alexander V. Solomin / (CC BY-SA 3.0) The literary performance, timed to coincide with the 200th anniversary of the Russian poet Nikolai Nekrasov, took place at the Russian House in the capital of...

06.12.2021 Subject: Culture

Photo credit: (CC BY 4.0) Performances, exhibitions, master classes on making nesting dolls and other events are included in the program of the Russian Culture Week, which has opened in South Korea. The week is held within the framework of the Year of Cultural Exchanges, timed to...

03.12.2021 Subject: Culture

Photo credit: geralt / The screening of the "Salyut-7" drama, which was the opening film of the Moskino Films Festival in Dubai, was a great success. There are no empty seats left for the rest of the films on the festival program, TASS reports. ...

30.11.2021 Subject: Culture

Photo credit: Russian-Polish Center for Dialogue and Accord Foundation / Petrov's Flu by Kirill Serebrennikov has won the main prize of the Sputnik over Poland festival. The results of the competition were summed up in Warsaw on November 28, TASS reports. ...

29.11.2021 Subject: Culture

Photo credit: QuinceCreative / The week of Russian auctions starts on Monday, November 29, in London, TASS reports. Traditionally, it is held twice a year,  in May-June and November-December. Four auction houses are taking part in the Russian Week: Christie's, Sotheby's,...

29.11.2021 Subject: Culture

Photo credit: The fashion show of Russian designer Valentin Yudashkin took place in Hong Kong on Saturday, November 27, TASS reports. It became the first Russian fashion show in the city. Being included in the program of the annual festival dedicated to Russian culture, it was...

29.11.2021 Subject: Culture

Photo credit: JESHOOTS-com / Photographs by military correspondent Kristina Melnikova are exhibited in Prague, EADaily reports. Melnikova spent several years in Donbass, and also covered the military conflict in Nagorno-Karabakh. The organizers of the exhibition are the Czech...

25.11.2021 Subject: Culture


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Meet BRICS Art is an international project that brings together artists from Russia, Brazil, China, India, and South Africa. Their virtual exhibition was opened in January. In addition, the project participants will hold online discussions. For example, they will discuss how artists can participate in the design of the cities of the future for the BRICS countries. Anna Kurumchina, director of the Agency for Cultural and Science Diplomacy (Yekaterinburg) and the organizer of the exhibition, shared the details of the international project.
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