The Museum of Russian Art invites you to attend a very special lecture by Natalia Kolodzei of the Kolodzei Art Foundation in celebration of our current exhibition, Concerning the Spiritual in Russian Art, 1965-2011. Selections from the Kolodzei Art Foundation.
Seating is limited – reserve your place by clicking here!
On Wednesday, April 24,The Museum of Russian Art will host another in our series of expert-led panel discussions on the topic of conceptualization in contemporary art. Seating is limited; reserve your place by clicking here! Click ‘read more’ for more information about the hosts, panelists and ticket prices.
On Monday, March 25, 2013 at 7:00 P.M., local iconographer Debra Korluka will give a presentation about the history and creation of icons in the Slavic world.
On Saturday, February 23, The Museum of Russian Art will host it’s first ever jazz concert from 5:00 P.M. to 7:00 P.M. The price of tickets is $20.00 for non-members, and $15.00 for members. Registration is required and seating is limited. Reserve your spot today by clicking here! Sorry, no refunds. Questions? Call 612-821-9045.
It is with great sadness that we must announce the passing of Oleg Vassiliev on January 25, 2013 in Shoreview, MN. The Museum of Russian Art has featured his works as part of our ongoing series, Discovering 20th Century Russian Masters from 2010 to 2011. His work, Freiburg Crucifixion, is represented in our newest exhibition, Concerning the Spiritual in Russian Art, 1965-2011. He lived for many years in the Minneapolis/St. Paul area with his son. He will be dearly missed.
We invite members and VIPs to attend the opening of our new exhibition, Concerning the Spiritual in Russian Art, 1965-2011. The event will take place on Saturday, January 26 from 5:00 P.M. to 7:30 P.M. with remarks beginning at 5:45. Be sure not to miss this wonderful opportunity to experience the depth of our newest exhibit! Click ‘Read More’ for details on how to register.
TMORA hosted an artist-focused lively panel discussion on Russian painting styles in connection with the museum’s current Nicholai Fechin exhibition.
Four accomplished local contemporary painters with widely varying practices Bryan Young, Chris Wilcox, Jehra Patrick and Jaron Childs — some familiar with Fechin’s work, others just introduced to it — responded to the show. They discussed the general practice of painting, the specific achievement of Russian masters in paint handling, the influence of Russian masters on their own work, and more. Drawing from their experiences, they brought fresh insight into a remarkable body of work in a discussion geared towards their fellow artist peers.
The evening was moderated by Salon Saloon host and MinnPost columnist Andy Sturdevant.