On April 23, guests of the Arkhangelsk Gostiny Dvors will be able to indulge in painting, listen to Armenian music, walk around the museum in the company of a lecturer.
At 11 a.m. there will be a meeting with artist Olga Makhina. Event guests will draw solar irises using the magical watercolor-on-wet technique. At 12 p.m., the museum amphitheater “The disasters of antiquity that changed the face of the Earth and nature” will take place. Participants will learn how the Moon melted the Earth and how algae turned it into a ball of ice, how Siberian volcanoes almost killed all life and gave the dinosaurs the “green light”, and how a meteorite killed them
At 1 p.m. there will be a lecture by Nikita Petrov “What Makhonka sang: the style and language of former MD Krivopolenova”. The RSUH lecturer will talk about Maria Krivopolenova, who was discovered by Olga Ozarovskaya, a chemist at the multi-talented and cabaret artist How did Maria Krivopolenova turn from a modest Pinezhanka into a “state grandmother”?
At 3:00 p.m. there will be a guided tour “Meet Gostiny Dvor”, and at 4:00 p.m. – an excursion “Paleontological chronicle of the Arkhangelsk land”.
At 4:00 p.m., the classical music concert “Armenian Sketches” begins. It’s a kind of musical embodiment of nostalgia, made of fragments of memories, sad echoes of the past, of humility and acceptance of time as a given. All of this was also captured in his books by the remarkable writer Vardges Petrosyan, excerpts of which will be heard in the concert along with the music.
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