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Northern Spark Film Festival

Join us at the Stone Arch Bridge on June 14 and celebrate the coming of summer with Russian film. What better way to enjoy Northern Spark’s White Night than seeing Russian avant-garde movies on the Post Office wall!  Early Russian directors were leaders in film theory – pioneers in montage and visual imagery.  Click ‘read ‘more for more information.

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Panel Discussion: The Romanovs: Legacy of an Empire Lost

The Museum of Russian Art will host a Panel Discussion in conjunction with the current exhibition, The Romanovs: Legacy of an Empire Lost. The discussion will focus on multiple interpretations of the legacy of the Imperial Russian Dynasty. SOLD OUT

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Interdisciplinary Student Research Symposium

The Museum of Russian Art and a consortium of Minnesota colleges and universities will host an Interdisciplinary Student Research Symposium at TMORA. Click ‘read more’ for a detailed itinerary of the event.

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Landscape of Exile – A lecture by Joan Afferica

In conjunction with the exhibition Eva Levina-Rozengolts: Reflections on a Siberian Exile, The Museum of Russian Art invites you to attend: Landscape of Exile A lecture by Joan Afferica. Sunday, February 9, 7:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. Click ‘read more’ for details.

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St. Mary’s Orthodox Cathedral Choir at TMORA

The Museum of Russian Art has partnered with the St. Mary’s Orthodox Cathedral choir to awaken your Russian soul this season. On Saturday, December 14th visitors to The Museum will enjoy two performances by the St. Mary’s Choir at no extra charge.

Performances will be at 2:00 PM and again at 3:00 PM and last approximately 20 minutes.

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Lecture: Edward Kasinec – Romanov’s Art & Armand’s Hammer

Edward Kasinec takes a closer look at the early career of the single most important figure in 20th century Russian-American cultural and economic contacts, Armand Hammer, M.D. This richly illustrated talk focuses on Hammer’s collecting of paintings, decorative arts, books and manuscripts during his stay in Soviet Russia in the 1920s, and his “creative” marketing and sale of these objects in post-depression America. Click ‘read more’ for more details.

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