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Manege Opens Intermuseum 2014 Festival
29.05.2014 20:54
Manege Opens Intermuseum 2014 Festival

The Intermuseum Festival will take place in the Manege Central Exhibition Hall from June 3 to June 9, 2014.

      The festival this time is dedicated to the subject of Museum in Digital Era.

      The festival was earlier held in the Central House of Artists (CHA) in Moscow. Moving of the festival to the new venue was initiated by the Manege centre that aimed to change the festival’s visual concept and turn it into an original discussion area.

      The ground floor of the Manege will host a museum exhibition, which will include both original objects and multimedia installations.


Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Installations Exhibitions in Moscow Moscow Museums New Media  

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