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A drink from native wells

22 Dec 2011

From 22 December to 6 February, the exhibition “A drink from native wells”, devoted to the 60th anniversary of Belarusian linguist and poet Vasily Rogovtsov, works in the Belarusian Literature Reading Room (room 205).

Book exhibitions

The placer of precious words

7 Dec 2011

From 7 December 10 January, the exhibition “The placer of precious words”, dedicated to the 70th anniversary of Мikola Маlyavko’s birth (Belarusian poet and translator), runs in the Belarusian Literature Reading Room (room 205).

Book exhibitions

Corruption: struggle without compromises

5 Dec 2011

From 5 December to 4 January 2012, the exhibition “Corruption: struggle without compromises”, dedicated to the International Anti-Corruption Day, runs in the Dociments of International Organizations Reading Room (room 207g).

Book exhibitions

Mozart in painting

2 Dec 2011

From 2 December to 3 January, the exhibition “Mozart in painting”, dedicated to the 150th anniversary of Russian painter, representative of Russian Impressionism K.A. Korovin’s birth (1861–1939), is held in the Visual materials Reading Room (room 307).

Book exhibitions

Piano ensembles

1 Dec 2011

From 1 December to 2 January, in the Music and audio materials reading room (room 305) runs a subject exhibition "Piano ensembles”.

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Humanist-composer

23 Nov 2022

From November 23 to December 27, the Musical and Audiovisual Documents Reading Room (No 305) hosts the exhibition "Humanist-Composer", dedicated to the 200th anniversary of the birth of the French composer and pianist Cesar Franck (1822-1890).

“Burn and blaze with sparks!”

23 Nov 2022

The “Polymya” magazine is celebrating its centenary this year. The oldest literary, artistic and socio-political publication in Belarus was founded by such iconic figures of national history as Yanka Kupala, Yakub Kolas, Zmitrok Biadulya, Tishka Gartny, Mikhail Zaretsky and others. At various times, the magazine was headed by famous writers: Platon Golovach, Mikhail Lynkov, Ivan Melezh, Petrus Brovka and others. For almost twenty years (1948-1967), the editor-in-chief of the main Belarusian literary and artistic periodical was Maksim Tank, whose talent, erudition and awareness of the world literary process contributed to enriching the content and genre palette of the publication.