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Baikal CeraMystics Displayed in Irkutsk
22.07.2015 14:51
Baikal CeraMystics Displayed in Irkutsk

The international ceramic art exhibition Baikal-CeraMystics has been opened in the Irkutsk Regional Museum of Local Lore.

      The exhibition was organized following the results of the same name ceramics symposium of craftsmen from Japan, Mongolia, Latvia, Spain, Ireland, Turkey, and Russia.

      Various master classes were held in the framework of the symposium. For two weeks the ceramists were into making clay art works on the Olkhon Island in Lake Baikal. These works are presented at the Baikal-CeraMysticsBaikal-CeraMystics exhibition.

      The project aims to promote the Russian art of ceramics as well as culture of Siberia and Lake Baikal.

      The exhibition runs till August 16.



Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Ceramics Baikal Irkutsk Art Exhibitions  

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