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Russian Turn in Yekaterinburg

BOZAR Russian Turn organizes a two day symposium “Museum as a Stage. Activating a Collection” in Yekaterinburg, Russia together with project TEATRUM, Vladimir Potanin Foundation and The 5th Ural Industrial Biennial of Yekaterinburg. The main goal of this training is to familiarise the community of museum professionals in Russia with the recent history and current trends in performative and stage practices in European and Russian cultural institutions. The programme includes lectures by international and local experts, presentations of case studies by artists, round-table discussions and screenings. Imagined as a ”crash course” on performative practices in museums this workshop is designed to be an incentive for new and unexpected forms of cooperation.

With Daniel Blanga Gubbay, Valentina Anufrieva, Anna Pyankova, Ula Sickle, Christine Standfest, Katleen Van Langendonck, Richard Venlet, Jonah Westerman.

Full programme in Russian


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