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The most notable pictures by 212 modern photographers from all over Russia can be seen in the Marble Palace of the Russian Museum from December 8, 2016 till February 1, 2017.


Maximo Dance Studio is a Russian ballet school at the Queensland Russian Community Centre in Brisbane (Australia) in 2004.


The 5th International St. Petersburg Cultural Forum has been attended by nearly 20 thousand people from various countries.


Visitors will see Non-Ceremonial Portrait, Hundred Years of Russian Photography (1891-1991) and Quartet for the End of Time.


Russia My History is one-of-a-kind interactive educational historical project. Lots of materials displayed are made accessible to public for the first time.


The major distinctive features of the conference include a wide chronological range of the problems studied and cross-disciplinary approach to their research.


Gold Bee is a grand event in the sphere of graphic design; it is comparable to the Chaumont Poster Festival, and bienniales in Mexico and Trnava.


The new project combines sophisticated theatrical drama and peculiarities of multimedia expositions.


The year 2017 will mark the 300th anniversary since the visit of the first Russian Emperor to Paris.


The exhibition will run for six months and afterwards the collection of Russian art of the 2nd half of the 20th century will be presented to the public as part of other expositions.


The Pushkin State Museum of Fine Arts holding Russia's first exhibition of Raphaël Santi.


The center for assisting autists "Anton is Near Here" will hold its own charitable festival on the Island of New Holland, Leningrad Region on September 3.


August 27 is the Day of Russian Cinema. Lenfilm Studio will celebrate it with free film screenings, excursions, master classes and an exhibition.


At the end of the summer season the New Stage of the Alexandrinsky Theatre and the ROOF Cinema of St. Petersburg are making a joint project.


This year the international modern art festival is dedicated to the subject matter of Another Reality.


The Tretyakov Gallery is preparing an exhibition of one of the most renowned and favourite Russian artists Ivan Aivazovsky (18171900).


A unique first-ever ecological festival dedicated to snakes will take place in Tula on July 23. Tula Exotarium boasts such one-of-a-kind achievements.


The exhibition continues the project Public Art on Political History of Russia and is timed to the 55th anniversary since Yuri Gagarin's flight to the outer space.


Visitors will get hands-on knowledge about gravitation on the Neptune, check the way of sounds on the Mars, feel refraction of time and space in the Black Hole and even design a sci-fi pet of their own.


This fantasy story about boundless power of human imagination integrates choreography and circus art, modern multimedia art and kinetic sculpture into a fabulous colourful show.


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