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.
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.
The Moscow Ballet will perform the world-famous Nutcracker Ballet at the Orpheum Theater in Minneapolis on December 6 & 7. TMORA hosted auditions for the youth ballet dancers that will take part in this year’s performance. You can read more and purchase tickets by visiting the Orpheum’s website or by clicking here.
Mark your calendars – November 14 is Give to the Max Day! Help us reach our goal of $5,000 this year for exhibition development! The Museum of Russian Art’s Board of Trustees has created a matching grant program: click ‘read more’ for more detailed information on how you can help!
On Tuesday, November 19, collector Kim Balaschak, will give a presentation on the evolution and development of Ded Moroz, or Grandfather Frost, the Russian counterpart to our beloved Santa Claus. Seating is limited, registration is required. Reserve your place today by clicking here!
October is Membership Month at The Museum of Russian Art! Become a member, renew, or upgrade your current membership in the month of October and receive a $10 coupon to the Izba gift store in addition to the everyday benefits – click ‘read more’ for more details.
The Museum of Russian Art & MartinRoss Design invite you to attend a book Launch for a Famous Russian Folk-Figure. Saturday, October 12 from 5:00p.m. to 7:00p.m.. Admission is free and registration is required. To register, click here! A cash bar will be provided. Click ‘read more’ for more detailed information.
For children ages 4 to 10, Saturday, October 12, 10:30a.m.. Sibelan Forrester will read stories and talk about Baba Yaga. Free admission, limited spaces available, registration is required. You can register by clicking here!
Join us for an expert led panel discussion on our “Women in Soviet Art” exhibition. The event will be held on the University of Minnesota campus at; The Nolte Center, room 125 / 315 Pillsbury Drive SE / Minneapolis, MN 55455. Click ‘read more’ for more details on the event and panelists.
Music at the Museum concert series presents: Russian Winds
Saturday, September 28 | 5:00 p.m. Join us for our first chamber concert at the Museum. Doors open at 4:30 p.m. Seating is limited, reserve your place today by clicking here! Click ‘read more’ for more information.