Irkutsk Art Museum takes part in the all-Russian action "Museum for All!" Automatic translate
Events will be held on December 1.
Irkutsk Regional Art Museum. V.P. Sukacheva will again take part in the all-Russian inclusive campaign “Museum for All!” Dedicated to people with disabilities. As part of the action, museums throughout the country hold events for visitors with disabilities, their families, friends and everyone.
Last year, in the main building of the museum, an unusual lesson entitled “The History of the Count’s Portrait” took place for blind and visually impaired children and their parents, where the tactile copy of the painting “Portrait of the Governor-General of East Siberia Count N.N. Muravyov-Amursky "by Konstantin Makovsky.
This year, events as part of the “Museum for All!” Campaign will be held in three departments of the museum. All of them will be held on December 1. In the main building of the museum (Lenin St., 5) at 12. 00 in conjunction with the Irkutsk Regional Public Organization of Parents of Disabled Children "Solar Circle" will be held a meeting "Art on the palms." For children with disabilities, a specially designed tour will be held with the inclusion of interactive blocks and several tactile copies of paintings from the collection of the Irkutsk Art Museum. In addition, a master class will be held for all participants by the artist Margarita Marcinechko.
In the Gallery of Siberian Art (Karl Marx St., 23), a special interactive tour for children with musculoskeletal disorders and all comers will take place at the exhibition of Alexander Sergeyevich Shipitsin at the exhibition of Alexander Sergeevich Shipitsin. Here you can see not only the exhibition itself, get acquainted with the creative way of the master and the main topics of his work, but also learn the secrets of creating printed graphics. Museum staff will talk about the main expressive means of this art form, as well as show real zinc boards by artist Alexander Shipitsyn. In addition, here it will be possible to obtain independent practical skills in working on the bookplate. Beginning at 10.30.
Employees of the Estate V.P. Sukachev for people with disabilities and all comers on December 1 will hold the event "Japanese stories in the Siberian estate" as part of the Year of Japan in Russia. A special program has been prepared for children and their parents, which will introduce you to the language of flowers - "hanakotoba" and the Japanese floral calendar; here you can listen to stories about chrysanthemum, get acquainted with Japanese sayings and proverbs and their Russian counterparts. Children will go on excursions to mini-exhibitions of plants native to the Land of the Rising Sun and works of decorative and applied art by Japanese authors whose decor uses floral motifs. In conclusion, everyone will try to make a picture of themselves in the “osibana” style, which literally translates from Japanese as “pressed flowers”. Beginning at 14.00.
Admission to all events is free.
- Exhibition "Teachers and Students: 20 Years of Commonwealth"
- Persönliche Ausstellung von Valentina Derezhanova Graphic MIX
- Exposición "Imagen. Creatividad. Primavera"
- Exposición "Del lienzo a la pantalla: 25 documentales sobre artistas de Irkutsk"
- Exposición "Alexander Sergeevich Shipitsyn. En el 80 aniversario del autor"
- Zu Ehren des Jubiläums des Irkutsker Künstlers Alexander Shipitsin wurde in der Bronstein-Galerie eine Grafikausstellung eröffnet
- Workshop on printed graphics as part of the "Night of the Arts"
- All-Russian Exhibition-Competition "Fairy Tale in a Tree"
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