Current Exhibitions

Take a Virtual 360º Tour

Using our virtual tour below, you can catch a 360º glimpse of what The Museum of Russian Art looks like before setting foot in the door. This feature is especially useful for anyone interested in exploring The Museum of Russian Art as a unique Minneapolis-St. Paul event venue for a wedding, gala or other special event. The […] Read more

Fox 9 News – “The Museum of Russian Art in Minneapolis shares exhibits online amid COVID-19 pandemic”

  Click link to see full article with video: https://www.fox9.com/news/the-museum-of-russian-art-in-minneapolis-shares-exhibits-online-amid-covid-19-pandemic   MINNEAPOLIS (FOX 9) – From paintings of Russian leaders and the masses to children’s drawings of owls, The Museum of Russian Art in Minneapolis shows people what the culture of Russia was like from the 1300s to today. Now, its mission continues even in […] Read more

Art Every Day by Dr. Masha Zavialova

Born out of the distinct change of our world brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic, TMORA’s Chief Curator & Head of Collections, Dr. Masha Zavialova, is sharing regular posts about artworks at The Museum of Russian Art.  Whether the works are in the Museum’s permanent collection or currently hanging in the galleries, her writings are […] Read more

ONLINE EXHIBITION – Dinner with the Tsars: Russian Imperial Porcelain

This exhibition brings together approximately one hundred and forty superb examples of Russian porcelain wares produced at the Imperial Porcelain Factory in St. Petersburg during the rule of the Romanovs. To view the online exhibition, CLICK HERE The beautifully crafted, hand-painted objects present visitors with examples of inspired decorative settings and tableware used by the […] Read more

ONLINE EXHIBITION – A Homespun Life: Textiles of Old Russia

This original exhibition presents over one hundred artifacts revealing the rich peasant culture of northern and central Russia in the 19th and early 20th centuries. Featured are towels, bed skirts, area rugs, and pillow covers, along with spinning tools, garments, and costumes produced by peasant spinners, weavers and dressmakers. To view the online exhibition, CLICK […] Read more