6– 7 September 2017

Vladivostok, Russia

Cultural Programme
  • Cultural Programme

    • 09:00–19:00

      05.09.2017

      37 Okeansky Pr., Vladivostok

      Far Eastern Federal University Education and Research Museum

      This impressive building located in the city centre houses the exhibits of five Far Eastern Federal University museums. The University History Museum presents a timeline of the development of further education in Russia’s Far East. The artefacts at the Museum of Archaeology and Ethnography acquaint visitors with the history of Primorsky Territory, from ancient times (some 15,000 years ago) to the present day. The Museum of Rare Books is home to printed records of sixteenth- to nineteenth-century culture. The Zoological Museum displays more than 2,500 species of fauna from around the world, presented in a systematic order. Visitors to the Botanical Museum can view specimens of the numerous species of flora found in Russia’s Far East.

      Please present your EEF 2017 badge to gain access to the Museum.
      Far Eastern Federal University Education and Research Museum
    • 11:00–19:00

      05.09.2017

      12 Ul. Aleutskaya, Vladivostok

      Primorye State Art Gallery

      Exhibition: ‘Russian Art of the Sixteenth to Early Twentieth Centuries in the Collections of Primorye State Art Gallery’
      The Primorye Gallery’s collection allows visitors to trace the major landmarks in the development of Russian fine art, from Academism and Classicism to the Wanderers and Modernism.

      Exhibition: ‘The Paintings of the Old Masters: Riddles and Discoveries’
      This exhibition will be of great interest to both specialists and a broad spectrum of visitors familiar with the major directions of Western European fine art. It includes works by Italian, German, Flemish, Dutch, and French artists from the fourteenth to the early twentieth centuries.

      Exhibition: ‘In Touch with Antiquity’
      Single-masterpiece exhibitions are set to be the key events, in terms of both significance and duration, of Hermitage Days at the Primorye State Art Gallery. In 2017, the Hermitage made a unique item available for exhibition at the Primorye Gallery – a fourth-century BC krater depicting an offering scene.

      Please present your EEF 2017 badge to gain access to the exhibitions.
      Primorye State Art Gallery
    • 12:30–12:45

      05.09.2017

      FEFU Campus, Main stage, Universitetskaya Naberezhnaya

      Grand opening of the ‘Far East Street’ exhibition

      After a carnival parade of representatives of the Far Eastern Federal District’s regions and welcome speeches from the Forum’s honoured guests, there will be a presentation from each of the District’s regions where they will perform an artistic ‘calling card’ made up of several short song and dance routines to acquaint EEF 2017 participants with the unique ethnocultural character of the Russian Far East.

      The event is free of charge for all EEF 2017 participants.
      Grand opening of the ‘Far East Street’ exhibition
    • 19:00–22:00

      05.09.2017

      FEFU Campus, Polina café, Universitetskaya Naberezhnaya

      Reception given by the Governor of Primorsky Territory

      Guests at the reception will have the opportunity to network with business partners in an informal setting and establish new connections. Classical music will be performed throughout the evening by the Chamber Ensemble of the Pacific Symphony Orchestra, led by Honoured Artist of Russia Anatoly Smirnov. The programme for the concert, entitled ‘Velvet Season’, will be complemented by the coastal surroundings and the sounds of the Pacific Ocean. Eastern Economic Forum participants will enjoy the comforts of an open-air lounge, perfect for meetings and business discussions.

      Premium Package participants may attend the event by invitation. You can find detailed information in your personal web office.
      Reception given by the Governor of Primorsky Territory
    • 09:00–19:00

      06.09.2017

      37 Okeansky Pr., Vladivostok

      Far Eastern Federal University Education and Research Museum

      This impressive building located in the city centre houses the exhibits of five Far Eastern Federal University museums. The University History Museum presents a timeline of the development of further education in Russia’s Far East. The artefacts at the Museum of Archaeology and Ethnography acquaint visitors with the history of Primorsky Territory, from ancient times (some 15,000 years ago) to the present day. The Museum of Rare Books is home to printed records of sixteenth- to nineteenth-century culture. The Zoological Museum displays more than 2,500 species of fauna from around the world, presented in a systematic order. Visitors to the Botanical Museum can view specimens of the numerous species of flora found in Russia’s Far East.

      Please present your EEF 2017 badge to gain access to the Museum.
      Far Eastern Federal University Education and Research Museum
    • 10:00–19:00

      06.09.2017

      20 Ul. Svetlanskaya, Vladivostok

      Arseniev State Museum of Primorsky Region

      The main building of the present-day museum offers a sizeable and informative exhibition space. Permanent exhibits devoted to the history and culture of the city and surrounding region are complemented by temporary exhibition formats which allow the best from the museum’s collections to be displayed, making use of the principles of interchangeability, mobility, and a mix of traditional and new museum technology.
      A tour of the exhibitions housed in the Museum’s main building will acquaint visitors with the history of the Far East region, including its archaeology, the indigenous population, man’s journey from West to East, the opening up of a new home for people on the edge of the Empire, the emergence of Vladivostok, the business acumen of the first enterprises to operate in Primorsky Territory, and the Civil War.

      Please present your EEF 2017 badge to gain access to the Museum.
      Arseniev State Museum of Primorsky Region
    • 10:00–19:00

      06.09.2017

      6 Ul. Petra Velikogo, Vladivostok

      Exhibition ‘Open Ocean Halls: Pacific Time’ at the City Museum

      Cities by the ocean follow their own rhythm. Time is measured in partings and meetings, by anticipating and returning. Time and space are perceived differently here, in a way that cannot be counted in seconds or kilometres. ‘Open Ocean Halls: Pacific Time’ is a tale of the rhythm of Vladivostok, a rhythm that was lived, is lived, and will be lived by generations...

      Please present your EEF 2017 participant badge to visit the exhibition.
      Exhibition ‘Open Ocean Halls: Pacific Time’ at the City Museum
    • 10:00–19:00

      06.09.2017

      25 Ul. Admirala Fokina, Vladivostok

      ArtEtazh Gallery

      The gallery’s permanent exhibition features works from the ArtEtazh Foundation collection, which includes over a thousand pieces of contemporary art: paintings, drawings, photographs, posters, and sculptures.
      During EEF 2017, visitors to ArtEtazh will also be able to visit a further two exhibitions:
      - ‘Vladivostok – My Story’
      A solo exhibition by painter and graphic artist Yuri Aksyonov, a native of Tyumen, marking the fortieth anniversary of his residence and artistic work in Vladivostok.
      - ‘D.K’
      A solo exhibition of works by Ilyas Zinatulin. Zinatulin fuses utilitarian and artistic practices, transforming the creative space of his canvas into a battlefield. Artistic material is deployed in the space in such a way that some works present their own kind of three-dimensional composition, and are in some sense reminiscent of sophisticated culinary creations.

      Admission to the gallery is free.
      ArtEtazh Gallery
    • 11:00–19:00

      06.09.2017

      12 Ul. Aleutskaya, Vladivostok

      Primorye State Art Gallery

      Exhibition: ‘Russian Art of the Sixteenth to Early Twentieth Centuries in the Collections of Primorye State Art Gallery’
      The Primorye Gallery’s collection allows visitors to trace the major landmarks in the development of Russian fine art, from Academism and Classicism to the Wanderers and Modernism.

      Exhibition: ‘The Paintings of the Old Masters: Riddles and Discoveries’
      This exhibition will be of great interest to both specialists and a broad spectrum of visitors familiar with the major directions of Western European fine art. It includes works by Italian, German, Flemish, Dutch, and French artists from the fourteenth to the early twentieth centuries.

      Exhibition: ‘In Touch with Antiquity’
      Single-masterpiece exhibitions are set to be the key events, in terms of both significance and duration, of Hermitage Days at the Primorye State Art Gallery. In 2017, the Hermitage made a unique item available for exhibition at the Primorye Gallery – a fourth-century BC krater depicting an offering scene.

      Please present your EEF 2017 badge to gain access to the exhibitions.
      Primorye State Art Gallery
    • 18:00–20:30

      06.09.2017

      Ploshchad Bortsam za vlast Sovetov na Dalnem Vostoke, Vladivostok

      A True Celebration of Song – national karaoke with the Turetsky Choir

      A concert for local residents and visitors will be held on Vladivostok’s main square. The audience will have the opportunity to accompany the Turetsky Choir in singing songs beloved by many generations of Russians. The project was awarded the State Prize of the Russian Federation in February 2017. The Celebration of Song in Vladivostok has already become a popular tradition – this will be the second time the event has taken place.
      Before the Turetsky Choir make their appearance, guests at the event will be treated to a concert programme performed by the group ‘What Men Sing About’. The group represents a creative fusion of the best vocal talents Vladivostok has to offer, featuring winners of regional and national competitions and festivals and a wide range of Soviet and Russian pop classics. The performers will delight the audience with their youthful energy and emotionally charged renditions.

      Admission to the concert is free.
      A True Celebration of Song – national karaoke with the Turetsky Choir
    • 19:00–20:30

      06.09.2017

      Great Hall, Primorsky Stage of the Mariinsky Theatre, 20 Ul. Fastovskaya, Vladivostok

      Concert by the Moscow Soloists Chamber Orchestra conducted by Yuri Bashmet

      A concert by the Moscow Soloists Chamber Orchestra conducted by Artistic Director Yuri Bashmet and featuring young soloists from the All-Russian Youth Symphony Orchestra. The programme includes works by Mozart, Tchaikovsky, Bruch, Rossini, and Sarasate.

      Premium Package participants may attend the event by invitation. You can find detailed information in your personal web office.
      Concert by the Moscow Soloists Chamber Orchestra conducted by Yuri Bashmet
    • 19:30–00:00

      06.09.2017

      SUPRA restaurant, 1B, Ulitsa Admirala Fokina, Vladivostok

      Welcome cocktail on behalf of the Chairman of the Eastern Economic Forum 2017 Organizing Committee

      Guests at the evening reception will include Russian and international government officials, some of the Forum’s key speakers and moderators, and the heads of major corporations. The programme includes performances of pop and jazz numbers by vocal and instrumental groups.

      Participant entry to the event is by invitation from the Organizing Committee.
      Welcome cocktail on behalf of the Chairman of the Eastern Economic Forum 2017 Organizing Committee
    • 09:00–19:00

      07.09.2017

      37 Okeansky Pr., Vladivostok

      Far Eastern Federal University Education and Research Museum

      This impressive building located in the city centre houses the exhibits of five Far Eastern Federal University museums. The University History Museum presents a timeline of the development of further education in Russia’s Far East. The artefacts at the Museum of Archaeology and Ethnography acquaint visitors with the history of Primorsky Territory, from ancient times (some 15,000 years ago) to the present day. The Museum of Rare Books is home to printed records of sixteenth- to nineteenth-century culture. The Zoological Museum displays more than 2,500 species of fauna from around the world, presented in a systematic order. Visitors to the Botanical Museum can view specimens of the numerous species of flora found in Russia’s Far East.

      Please present your EEF 2017 badge to gain access to the Museum.
      Far Eastern Federal University Education and Research Museum
    • 10:00–19:00

      07.09.2017

      20 Ul. Svetlanskaya, Vladivostok

      Arseniev State Museum of Primorsky Region

      The main building of the present-day museum offers a sizeable and informative exhibition space. Permanent exhibits devoted to the history and culture of the city and surrounding region are complemented by temporary exhibition formats which allow the best from the museum’s collections to be displayed, making use of the principles of interchangeability, mobility, and a mix of traditional and new museum technology.
      A tour of the exhibitions housed in the Museum’s main building will acquaint visitors with the history of the Far East region, including its archaeology, the indigenous population, man’s journey from West to East, the opening up of a new home for people on the edge of the Empire, the emergence of Vladivostok, the business acumen of the first enterprises to operate in Primorsky Territory, and the Civil War.

      Please present your EEF 2017 badge to gain access to the Museum.
      Arseniev State Museum of Primorsky Region
    • 10:00–19:00

      07.09.2017

      6 Ul. Petra Velikogo, Vladivostok

      Exhibition ‘Open Ocean Halls: Pacific Time’ at the City Museum

      Cities by the ocean follow their own rhythm. Time is measured in partings and meetings, by anticipating and returning. Time and space are perceived differently here, in a way that cannot be counted in seconds or kilometres. ‘Open Ocean Halls: Pacific Time’ is a tale of the rhythm of Vladivostok, a rhythm that was lived, is lived, and will be lived by generations...

      Please present your EEF 2017 participant badge to visit the exhibition.
      Exhibition ‘Open Ocean Halls: Pacific Time’ at the City Museum
    • 10:00–19:00

      07.09.2017

      25 Ul. Admirala Fokina, Vladivostok

      ArtEtazh Gallery

      The gallery’s permanent exhibition features works from the ArtEtazh Foundation collection, which includes over a thousand pieces of contemporary art: paintings, drawings, photographs, posters, and sculptures.
      During EEF 2017, visitors to ArtEtazh will also be able to visit a further two exhibitions:
      - ‘Vladivostok – My Story’
      A solo exhibition by painter and graphic artist Yuri Aksyonov, a native of Tyumen, marking the fortieth anniversary of his residence and artistic work in Vladivostok.
      - ‘D.K’
      A solo exhibition of works by Ilyas Zinatulin. Zinatulin fuses utilitarian and artistic practices, transforming the creative space of his canvas into a battlefield. Artistic material is deployed in the space in such a way that some works present their own kind of three-dimensional composition, and are in some sense reminiscent of sophisticated culinary creations.

      Admission to the gallery is free.
      ArtEtazh Gallery
    • 11:00–19:00

      07.09.2017

      12 Ul. Aleutskaya, Vladivostok

      Primorye State Art Gallery

      Exhibition: ‘Russian Art of the Sixteenth to Early Twentieth Centuries in the Collections of Primorye State Art Gallery’
      The Primorye Gallery’s collection allows visitors to trace the major landmarks in the development of Russian fine art, from Academism and Classicism to the Wanderers and Modernism.

      Exhibition: ‘The Paintings of the Old Masters: Riddles and Discoveries’
      This exhibition will be of great interest to both specialists and a broad spectrum of visitors familiar with the major directions of Western European fine art. It includes works by Italian, German, Flemish, Dutch, and French artists from the fourteenth to the early twentieth centuries.

      Exhibition: ‘In Touch with Antiquity’
      Single-masterpiece exhibitions are set to be the key events, in terms of both significance and duration, of Hermitage Days at the Primorye State Art Gallery. In 2017, the Hermitage made a unique item available for exhibition at the Primorye Gallery – a fourth-century BC krater depicting an offering scene.

      Please present your EEF 2017 badge to gain access to the exhibitions.
      Primorye State Art Gallery
    • 18:00–20:30

      07.09.2017

      Ploshchad Bortsam za vlast Sovetov na Dalnem Vostoke, Vladivostok

      Concert by fusion group Indian Ocean

      Indian Ocean are a fusion group from Delhi, India, formed in 1990. The group achieved fame with their third album, Kandisa, and since the beginning of the twenty-first century they have travelled and performed on every continent and in many Indian cities.
      Indian Ocean’s performance will be preceded by a concert programme presented by Vladivostok group COIN, a team of musicians united by a passion for performing quality cover versions of popular foreign songs. The genres covered by COIN range from pop-rock and hard rock to popular melodies of the 1980s. The group’s live performances are always guaranteed to be filled with energy, dynamism, and drive. The group’s front man is Aleksandr Pstyg, a finalist in the Novaya Zvezda (New Star) televised music competition.

      Admission to the concert is free.
      Concert by fusion group Indian Ocean
    • 19:00–21:00

      07.09.2017

      FEFU Campus, Main stage, Universitetskaya Naberezhnaya

      ‘Far East Street’ exhibition closing ceremony

      The closing ceremony will begin with a colourful surprise performance inspired by the exhibition, which will be followed by the handing out of awards to the winners of various creative competitions.

      The event is free of charge for all EEF 2017 participants.
      ‘Far East Street’ exhibition closing ceremony
    • 19:00–22:20

      07.09.2017

      Great Hall, Primorsky Stage of the Mariinsky Theatre, 20 Ul. Fastovskaya, Vladivostok

      Ballet: The Sleeping Beauty

      This vibrant and monumental production of Tchaikovsky’s ballet, based on Konstantin Sergeyev’s version of Marius Petipa’s classic choreography, has been adapted for the Primorsky Stage by Eldar Aliev and features sets and costumes designed by Vyacheslav Okunev. The ballet will be performed as part of the ‘Russian Seasons’ programme, in anticipation of the Year of Russian–Japanese Cultural Exchange. The production will feature dancers from Japan.

      A ticket is required to attend this event; tickets can be purchased via your personal web office. The price of these tickets is not included in the package.
      Ballet: The Sleeping Beauty
    • 09:00–19:00

      08.09.2017

      37 Okeansky Pr., Vladivostok

      Far Eastern Federal University Education and Research Museum

      This impressive building located in the city centre houses the exhibits of five Far Eastern Federal University museums. The University History Museum presents a timeline of the development of further education in Russia’s Far East. The artefacts at the Museum of Archaeology and Ethnography acquaint visitors with the history of Primorsky Territory, from ancient times (some 15,000 years ago) to the present day. The Museum of Rare Books is home to printed records of sixteenth- to nineteenth-century culture. The Zoological Museum displays more than 2,500 species of fauna from around the world, presented in a systematic order. Visitors to the Botanical Museum can view specimens of the numerous species of flora found in Russia’s Far East.

      Please present your EEF 2017 badge to gain access to the Museum.
      Far Eastern Federal University Education and Research Museum
    • 10:00–19:00

      08.09.2017

      25 Ul. Admirala Fokina, Vladivostok

      ArtEtazh Gallery

      The gallery’s permanent exhibition features works from the ArtEtazh Foundation collection, which includes over a thousand pieces of contemporary art: paintings, drawings, photographs, posters, and sculptures.
      During EEF 2017, visitors to ArtEtazh will also be able to visit a further two exhibitions:
      - ‘Vladivostok – My Story’
      A solo exhibition by painter and graphic artist Yuri Aksyonov, a native of Tyumen, marking the fortieth anniversary of his residence and artistic work in Vladivostok.
      - ‘D.K’
      A solo exhibition of works by Ilyas Zinatulin. Zinatulin fuses utilitarian and artistic practices, transforming the creative space of his canvas into a battlefield. Artistic material is deployed in the space in such a way that some works present their own kind of three-dimensional composition, and are in some sense reminiscent of sophisticated culinary creations.

      Admission to the gallery is free.
      ArtEtazh Gallery
    • 11:00–19:00

      08.09.2017

      12 Ul. Aleutskaya, Vladivostok

      Primorye State Art Gallery

      Exhibition: ‘Russian Art of the Sixteenth to Early Twentieth Centuries in the Collections of Primorye State Art Gallery’
      The Primorye Gallery’s collection allows visitors to trace the major landmarks in the development of Russian fine art, from Academism and Classicism to the Wanderers and Modernism.

      Exhibition: ‘The Paintings of the Old Masters: Riddles and Discoveries’
      This exhibition will be of great interest to both specialists and a broad spectrum of visitors familiar with the major directions of Western European fine art. It includes works by Italian, German, Flemish, Dutch, and French artists from the fourteenth to the early twentieth centuries.

      Exhibition: ‘In Touch with Antiquity’
      Single-masterpiece exhibitions are set to be the key events, in terms of both significance and duration, of Hermitage Days at the Primorye State Art Gallery. In 2017, the Hermitage made a unique item available for exhibition at the Primorye Gallery – a fourth-century BC krater depicting an offering scene.

      Please present your EEF 2017 badge to gain access to the exhibitions.
      Primorye State Art Gallery
    • 18:00–19:00

      08.09.2017

      Ploshchad Bortsam za vlast Sovetov na Dalnem Vostoke, Vladivostok

      Concert programme presented by the Pacific Symphony Orchestra and soloists from the Primorsky Regional Philharmonic

      The Pacific Symphony Orchestra is Primorsky Territory’s leading musical ensemble, with a history spanning 82 years. This impressive longevity makes it the musical ‘calling card’ of the region. The concert programme will feature some of the most vibrant and recognizable works in the classical repertoire.

      Admission to the concert is free.
      Concert programme presented by the Pacific Symphony Orchestra and soloists from the Primorsky Regional Philharmonic
    • 19:00–22:20

      08.09.2017

      Great Hall, Primorsky Stage of the Mariinsky Theatre, 20 Ul. Fastovskaya, Vladivostok

      Ballet: The Sleeping Beauty

      This vibrant and monumental production of Tchaikovsky’s ballet, based on Konstantin Sergeyev’s version of Marius Petipa’s classic choreography, has been adapted for the Primorsky Stage by Eldar Aliev and features sets and costumes designed by Vyacheslav Okunev. The ballet will be performed as part of the ‘Russian Seasons’ programme, in anticipation of the Year of Russian–Japanese Cultural Exchange. The production will feature dancers from Japan.

      A ticket is required to attend this event; tickets can be purchased via your personal web office. The price of these tickets is not included in the package.
      Ballet: The Sleeping Beauty