On June 2, Drs. John and Mila Eklund hosted a fundraiser for The Museum of Russian Art. Attended by 30 supporters, the benefit included cocktails, Russian delicacies like borscht and stroganoff, as well as dessert. The evening also included a performance by Karen Volvertine of the Minnesota Opera. In accordance with ancient Russian tradition, guests were greeted at the dinner by children dressed in traditional national outfits and given bread and salt, a sign of hospitality in Russia.
Friday, August 24, 2012, 5:00-7:00 pm
Main and Fireplace Galleries
Registration is required. Go to tmora.org/events to register
Immerse yourself in the art of a master during this Members-Only Preview of the exhibition Discovering 20th Century Russian Masters: Nicolai Fechin. Nicolai Fechin’s artwork is rich in color and content, having been influenced by his Russian homeland and his adopted home in the American Southwest. Enjoy cocktails from the cash bar and mingle with Russian art lovers from around the Twin Cities. Be the first to see the beautiful exhibition, which opens to the public on August 25 and will be on display through January 20, 2013 in TMORA’s main gallery.
This event is free and only open to members of The Museum of Russian Art.
Though the ancient objects in TMORA’s recent exhibition have returned to Ukraine, we invite you to explore TMORA’s newest online exhibition, Antiquities from Ukraine-Golden Treasures and Lost Civilizations, featuring video, photos, and information not included in the original exhibition. Click here to visit.
Effective March 5, Christopher P. DiCarlo will assume the role of President & Director of The Museum of Russian Art from retiring Director Brad Shinkle.
Saturday, October 15 @ 5pm $15
Featuring the work of Rachmaninoff, Tchaikovsky, Glinka, and Ravel
Denis Evstuhin, along with Anna Keiserman, Ivan Konev, and Anton Melnichenko
We are pleased to bring our members this special offer. Those of you who have attended Mr. Evstuhin’s previous concerts know what a spectacular performer he is.
TMORA Lower Gallery
Professor Brumfield addresses how various architectural features and designs in 18th and 19th century St. Petersburg conveyed Russian rulers’ sense of themselves and the grandeur of their empire. The presentation will be illustrated with many examples of Professor Brumfield’s photographs, taken over his four decades of experience in this magnificent city. Many of these photographs are on display for the exhibit Imperial St. Petersburg: Architectural Visions.
Chopin, Liszt, Prokofiev, Rimsky-Korsakov
Denis Evstuhin returns to TMORA’s main gallery for a special “Music at the Museum” solo performance! This concert is sponsored in part by the children of Dr. John Farquhar in honor of his 80th birthday.
Presented by Dr. Karen Kettering, Sotheby's, New York
Dr. Kettering presents an overview of TMORA’s current Russian Imperial Porcelain exhibition, focusing on porcelain’s role in the grand spectacles of 18th century Russian court life.