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New Meetings Within the Framework of the Project "Beyond the Vernissage"

New Meetings Within the Framework of the Project "Beyond the Vernissage"
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Within the framework of cultural and educational meetings "Beyond the Vernissage", undergraduates of the Belarusian State Academy of Arts and other residents of Minsk visited the exhibition project "Symbol of Belarusian National Culture", dedicated to the 100th anniversary of the Janka Kupala National Theatre on October 8 and 9.

The audience learned about the history of the theatre, famous figures who influenced the development of the national stage in Belarus. They saw rare editions of the classics of the Russian literature, original sketches of the famous theatre artist O. Mariks, photographs from the archive of the theatre, theatrical costumes and other interesting exhibition items.

You can arrange a visit to this and other exhibitions of the Gallery and Exhibition Complex, order the time and date by e-mail The meetings are held with small (6 to 10 people) groups of participants.

Entry is by a library card or by Social and Cultural Center ticket.

Welcome to our hospitable artistic space beyond the vernissage!


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Francysk Skaryna Studies in France

23 Oct 2020

A virtual scientific round table dedicated to bibliological research in France took place on October 23. The leading expert of the event will be Olga Shutova, PhD in History, Head of the Laboratory of Francysk Skaryna Studies and Valorization of Research on the History of Culture of Belarus (Paris, France).

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The exhibition "Suguchcha"

22 Oct 2020

The exhibition "Suguchcha" opened on the 3rd floor of the circular corridor on October 22. The exhibition is organized by the National Library of Belarus in cooperation with the "Zvyazda" publishing house.

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