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Opening of the International Art Project "Seance"

18 Jul 2007

On July 17, 2007, in National Library of Belarus gallery and exhibition complex took place a ceremony of the opening of the International Art project "Seance". The main point of this project was revealed at the exhibition opening day. An unusual opening without traditional speeches meant to let a visitor into a secret of an artist's creative way.

Art exhibitions

The Minstrel of People's Thoughts and Hopes

15 Jul 2007

The exhibition "The Minstrel of People's Thoughts and Hopes" is dedicated to the 125th birthday of Yanka Kupala (1882-1942), the Belarusian people's poet, dramatist, journalist, and translator, one of founders of the new Belarusian literature and literary language, public figure, academician of the National Academy of Sciences of Belarus and the Academy of Sciences of Ukraine.

Book exhibitions

Understanding the Core

14 Jul 2007

From July З, 2007 to August 6, 2007, in music and audio materials reading room (room 305) is open an exhibition "Understanding the Core" dedicated to the 70th anniversary of Dmitry Smolsky, the Belarusian composer.

Book exhibitions

Dedication to Belarus

12 Jul 2007

"Dedication to Belarus" - such is the name of the Republican Fine Art Exhibition timed to the opening of the National Library's new building.

Art exhibitions

Events

Belarus. 1941-1945: Feat. Tragedy. Memory

2 Jul 2022

The Belarussian literature reading room (room 205) is running a book exhibition “Belarus. 19421-1945: Feat. Tragedy. Memory” dedicated to the Independence Day of the Republic of Belarus from July 2 to September 4.

The Route of Courage and Fame

30 Jun 2022

The library has arranged a book-documentary exhibition “The route of brevity and fame,” dedicated to the Victory Day which our country celebrates on May 9. This event receives specific significance on celebration of the Year of Historical Memory and on 100th anniversary of the National Library of Belarus.

A Mysterious Light

30 Jun 2022

The Gallery “Rakurs” (second floor) opened a photo exhibition of Vasyl Belyakou “A Mysterious Light”.