Thursday, February 15

Modulations: Sound, Light, Movement

Modulations: Sound, Light, Movement, a joint exhibition by ITMO’s Art & Science Center and the State Russian Museum, invites viewers to embark on a one-of-a-kind journey through artistic movements and experiences in the world of the five human senses. At the display, which spans over three floors and features 10 projects, you will get to learn how seaweed sounds, see how an artist managed to translate emotions into 3D sculptures, take a trip to a polar oasis, and much more.

Friday, February 16

The Face of the Siege

  • Until February 25, 11 am - 7 pm (Mon, Wed, Sat-Sun), 12-9 pm (Tue, Thu, Fri)
  • 300 rubles (200 rubles for students) – tickets here

Devoted to the 80th anniversary of the end of a nearly 900-day siege by Nazi forces, The Face of the Siege refers to the eternal topics of memory, tragedy, and the great feat of the people of Leningrad. The display presents over 200 photographs that were made in 1941-1944, documenting everyday life in the besieged city.

Saturday, February 17

Punk Weekend

Sevkabel Port is having a punk-themed weekend with a dress code, fun-time activities, and a bunch of discounts and special offers. This weekend, you can snag a doorbuster deal and get a 50% discount on entry to the punk culture exhibition, treat yourself to a new outfit or customize your old one, and more.

Sunday, February 18

On the big screen: La La Land (2016)

Love will be in the air not only on February 14. This Sunday, Angleterre Cinema Lounge is prepping a special screening of the already-iconic La La Land (2016). The dreamlike cinematography, the breathtaking soundtrack, and the moving love story – the movie is perfect for any kind of Valentine’s Day weekend you’re about to have.

Monday, February 19

Urban Sketchers: Cinema – St. Petersburg

  • Until April 7, 11 am - 10 pm daily
  • ArtMuza
  • Free

We love us some urban photography – hence, we recommend you not to pass by ArtMuza’s fresh display of sketches, which brings together the many facets of the one and only city on the Neva River. With cinema at its core, the exhibition taps into the cinematographic history of the city. If you want to learn more about movies that were filmed in St. Petersburg, give this and this story a read.

Tuesday, February 20

Organ Tuesday: Bach and Co.

A quick mid-week unwind session is always gold, especially if it’s a musical one. Save your Tuesday for an organ concert at Annenkirche – you’re in for a night of Johann Sebastian Bach and his many predecessors.

Wednesday, February 21

Kaguyahime the Moon Princess (1994)

On February 21, Rodina cinema is screening Kaguyahime: The Moon Princess (1994) –  a dance interpretation of the classic Japanese folktale about the beautiful yet tragic story of Princess Kaguyahime, who descends to Earth from the Moon.