Thursday, September 14
Exhibition: Ancient Myth and the Modern World
- Until October 2, Wed, Fri-Sun: 10 am - 6 pm; Mon: 10 am - 8 pm; Thu: 1-9 pm; Tuesdays are days off
- Marble Palace, State Russian Museum
- 500 rubles (250 rubles for students)
Is there a place for ancient ideals in the modern art world? This exhibition attempts to provide an answer to this question by displaying works created by Russian artists in the 1980s-1990s, who were looking to find a new perspective on their contemporaries.
Friday, September 15
Bachata jam by RED DANCE school
- 6:30 pm - 10:00 pm
- Nikolskye Ryady
Why not finish off the school week with an open-air dance session? Apart from blowing off some steam, it’s a great chance to get the most out of this unexpected gift of warm and sunny September days.
Saturday, September 16
- September 15-17, 12 pm - 10 pm
- Sevkabel Port
- Free entrance
Are you looking for some new outfits to rock this fall? Drop by the first Garage Sail of the season! Assembled at the usual place, the great hall of Sevkabel Port, will be various local vintage and second hand shops, as well as people selling out the gems from their own closets. As usual, good food and upbeat music are promised to sustain you on your shopping spree!
Sunday, September 17
Vladimirsky LIVE festival gala
- 4 pm - 8 pm
- Jazz garden
An event for the true locals out there, Vladimirsky LIVE is a festival organized by St. Pete’s Vladimirsky municipality. In the days leading up to the gala that is the culmination of the festival, the area’s various museums host a plethora of events, including quests and exhibitions (you can find the full schedule here). On Sunday, you will have the chance to enjoy four hours of jazz and rock performed live by local bands in the conveniently named Jazz garden.
Monday, September 18
Pier installation by Dmitry Sirotkin
- 12 pm - 8 pm
- Pavilion, New Holland Island
Mondays in September are for studies and cultural adventures. This time, we invite you to explore the Pier installation by Dmitry Sirotkin. Centered around the ebb and flow of waves breaking upon a pier, this project is all about silent contemplation of the world outside and your feelings. Maybe that’s the place to get grounded for the week ahead?
Tuesday, September 19
Prints and Drawings: Arts in Dialogue from Dürer to Goya
- Until October 1, 11 am - 6 pm (Wed, Thu, Sun), 11 am - 8 pm (Tue, Fri, Sat)
- Hermitage Museum
- 500 rubles (student discounts available, see here)
Enjoy a rare opportunity to peruse the prints and drawings by established masters of the 15th-20th centuries, including Dürer, Goya, and Rembrandt. Stored in the Hermitage, the exhibits cannot remain on display permanently and can only see the light of day during temporary exhibitions. So seize your chance to take a tour of some of the best specimens of the art form.
Wednesday, September 20
On the big screen: King on Screen
A treat for all lovers of a good horror out there, this movie was made by fans for fans. In this documentary, the many adaptations of Stephen King’s most popular books are discussed by their directors in an attempt to answer the ultimate question of what is so captivating in King’s prose that keeps inspiring adaptation after adaptation.