Vladivostok Fortress Visitor Centre, 6, Ulitsa Petra Velikogo


Vladivostok: The Age of the Fortress

The exhibition uncovers the legend of the Vladivostok Fortress, the most powerful and advanced naval fortress of its time. It played an important role in securing the eastern borders of first the Russian Empire and then the Soviet Union. The project gives a comprehensive idea of the construction scale and grandiosity of this unique monument of architectural and engineering thought, and of the people who created it.

Access with participant badge. The badge must be presented at the entrance to the museum.


Main building of the Vladimir K. Arseniev Museum of Far East History, 20, Svetlanskaya Ulitsa


Muravyov-Amursky: Being a Governor

The exhibition "Muravyov-Amursky: Being a Governor" is timed to coincide with the 165th anniversary of the signing of the Treaty of Aigun, which secured new lands for Russia, and the 85th anniversary of the formation of Primorsky Territory. This is the story of the life and state activity of Nikolai Muravyov-Amursky, an outstanding manager of the mid-19th century and Governor-General of Eastern Siberia. It serves as an example of what can be achieved by a man who understood his mission, his role, and his time.

Access with participant badge. The badge must be presented at the entrance to the museum.


Primorye State Picture Gallery, 12, Aleutskaya Ulitsa


"The Energy of Colour: Archetypes of the Avant-garde” exhibition excursion

Vladimir Petukhov (Ph.D. in Art History, Deputy Director for Scientific and Educational Work of the Primorsky State Art Gallery) will conduct the event. Admission is by EEF participant badge, without a ticket.

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Public space of the State Tretyakov Gallery, 15, Aleutskaya Ulitsa

Film screening

"The Artist Speaks"

A film about Nikolai Polissky from the series "The Artist Speaks". In this series of documentaries, contemporary artists who are shaping the image of Russian culture today discuss their work, their close relationships, and key life events. They also share their views on art, showcase their studios, and highlight significant places in Moscow and other cities around the world. These stories intersect in many ways, forming a portrait of the era and the history of the emergence of socialist art, Moscow conceptualism, and the circle of non-conformist artists. Nikolai Polissky's work is closely associated with the emergence of a new trend in Russian art known as Land Art. In the 2000s, after relocating to the village of Nikola-Lenivets, the artist explored the space around him, initially through photography and later by creating large-scale installations using readily available natural materials such as snow, hay, or wood. Over time, the artist's installations began to appear in cities across Russia, France, Luxembourg, Taiwan, and Japan. The Kaluga Region, where Nikola-Lenivets is situated, regularly hosts the Archstoyanie festival, an initiative spearheaded by Polissky. His recent work has seen the incorporation of more sculptural elements, including the creation of multi-figure groups and the restoration of his older works. This shift can be seen as a departure from classical Land Art, which, according to American artists of the 1960s, was expected to originate from nature and naturally return to it.

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Primorsky Stage, 20 Fastovskaya Street (great hall)


Denis Matsuev. Russian National Youth Symphony Orchestra

Soloist: Denis Matsuev (piano)
Russian National Youth Symphony Orchestra
Conductor: Dmitry Jurowski

Dmitry Shostakovich
Suite No. 1 for Variety Orchestra

Leonard Bernstein
Symphonic Dances from the musical West Side Story

Sergei Rachmaninoff
Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini for piano and orchestra, Op. 43

The ticket is purchased by the participant independently