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CamRuSS Russian History & Arts lecture series. Talk 5: “Mikhail Vrubel: between Angels and Demons.” by Dr Natalia Budanova

CamRuss

The name of Mikhail Vrubel (1856-1910) remains largely unknown to the general public of Western Europe. Yet, early avant-garde artists in Russia considered him no less responsible for moulding the visual consciousness of their generation then the impact of Cezanne on the subse...

Cost
Tickets: Adults £12, CamRuSS members, OAPs, students – £9.
Start date
Fri 22 May, 2020 - 7:00pm
Posted
2 days ago

CamRuSS Russian History & Arts lecture series. Talk 4: “The Peredvizhniki: A National School of Russian Painting?” by Dr Nicky Kozicharow

CamRuss

This lecture gives a broad overview of Russian realism in the late 19th century through the Association of Travelling Art Exhibition (known as the Peredvizhniki or Wanderers). This talented group of artists, who included Ilya Repin and Ivan Kramskoy, sought freedom from the bu...

Cost
Tickets: Adults £12, CamRuSS members, OAPs, students – £9.
Start date
Fri 1 May, 2020 - 7:00pm
Posted
2 days ago

CamRuSS Russian History & Arts lecture series. Talk 3: “Russian Portraiture: From Parsuna to Modernism.” by Dr Nicky Kozicharow

CamRuss

In 1764, the Imperial Academy of Arts in St Petersburg ranked portraiture as the most celebrated type of painting in the hierarchy of genres. This unusual move was unprecedented in European academies, who prized historical or mythological scenes above all other modes of painti...

Cost
Tickets: Adults £12, CamRuSS members, OAPs, students – £9.
Start date
Fri 27 Mar, 2020 - 7:00pm
Posted
2 days ago

CamRuSS Russian History & Arts lecture series. Talk 2: “The birth of secular art in Russia. From Peter the Great to the Wanderers.” by Dr Natalia Murray

CamRuss

Art, in Western understanding of this word, came to Russia late, for the first major achievements in secular Russian art and architecture date from the early 18th century. The writer Nestor Kukolnik summed up the state of Russian art in his article of 1846: “In our fatherland ...

Cost
Tickets: Adults £12, CamRuSS members, OAPs, students – £9.
Start date
Tue 3 Mar, 2020 - 7:00am
Posted
2 days ago

CamRuSS Russian History and Arts Lecture Series: “From Icons to Modernism”. Talk 6: When Art Danced with Music: Sergei Diaghilev and The Ballets Russes. By Dr Natalia Murray

The Cambridge Russian-Speaking Society

The Ballets Russes—the most innovative dance company of the 20th century—propelled the performing arts to new heights through ground-breaking collaborations between artists, composers, choreographers, dancers, and fashion designers, and were responsible for the reawakening of ...

Cost
£12, £9 concessions
Start date
Fri 5 Jun, 2020 - 7:00pm
Posted
9 days ago

CamRuSS Russian History and Arts Lecture Series: “From Icons to Modernism”. Talk 4: The Peredvizhniki: A National School of Russian Painting? By Dr Nicky Kozicharow

The Cambridge Russian-Speaking Society

This lecture gives a broad overview of Russian realism in the late 19th century through the Association of Travelling Art Exhibition (known as the Peredvizhniki or Wanderers). This talented group of artists, who included Ilya Repin and Ivan Kramskoy, sought freedom from the bu...

Cost
£12, £9 concessions
Start date
Fri 1 May, 2020 - 7:00pm
Posted
9 days ago

CamRuSS Russian History and Arts Lecture Series: “From Icons to Modernism”. Talk 3: Russian Portraiture: From Parsuna to Modernism by Dr Nicky Kozicharow

The Cambridge Russian-Speaking Society

In 1764, the Imperial Academy of Arts in St Petersburg ranked portraiture as the most celebrated type of painting in the hierarchy of genres. This unusual move was unprecedented in European academies, who prized historical or mythological scenes above all other modes of painti...

Cost
£12, £9 concessions
Start date
Fri 27 Mar, 2020 - 7:00pm
Posted
9 days ago

CamRuSS Russian History and Arts Lecture Series: “From Icons to Modernism”. Talk 5: Mikhail Vrubel: between Angels and Demons Dr Natalia Budanova

The Cambridge Russian-Speaking Society

The name of Mikhail Vrubel (1856-1910) remains largely unknown to the general public of Western Europe. Yet, early avant-garde artists in Russia considered him no less responsible for moulding the visual consciousness of their generation than the impact of Cezanne on the subse...

Cost
£12, £9 concessions
Start date
Fri 22 May, 2020 - 7:00pm
Posted
9 days ago

CamRuSS Russian History and Arts Lecture Series: “From Icons to Modernism”. Talk 2: The birth of secular art in Russia. From Peter the Great to the Wanderers by Dr Natalia Murray

The Cambridge Russian-Speaking Society

Art, in the Western understanding of this word, came to Russia late, for the first major achievements in secular Russian art and architecture date from the early 18th century. The writer Nestor Kukolnik summed up the state of Russian art in his article of 1846: “In our fatherl...

Cost
£12, £9 concessions
Start date
Tue 3 Mar, 2020 - 7:00pm
Posted
9 days ago

CamRuSS Russian History and Arts Lecture Series: “From Icons to Modernism”. Talk 1: Russian icons: a sacred tradition which inspired modernism by Dr Natalia Budanova

The Cambridge Russian-Speaking Society

Icons were, and still are an essential part of Orthodox culture in Russia. At the same time, they are also works of art, whose specific qualities were much appreciated by many figures in modernist art movements from 20th c. onwards. This first lecture of the series will offer ...

Cost
£12.00, £9 concessions
Start date
Fri 21 Feb, 2020 - 7:00pm
Posted
9 days ago
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