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  • ITMO Art & Science Center Wins “Top 50 Famous People in St. Petersburg” Award from Magazine

    On June 8, the St. Petersburg-based magazine unveiled its annual list of the top 50 most famous people in the city. The team of ITMO’s Art & Science Center received the award in the category Cultural Institution.


  • STAGE Exhibition: Exploring New Fragility Through Art & Science

    Get ready to experience new sensory realms with the new STAGE exhibition, running until June 20 at Art.ITMO.Residency in St. Petersburg. Visitors will explore emotions in VR, rediscover metaverses, watch robots put on a stage – and much more. Read on to find out more about the projects on display from their creators. 


  • Exploring Russia’s First BioArt Lab at ITMO University

    ITMO’s Art & Science Center is now home to BioArt Lab – the one and so far the only laboratory of biotechnological art in Russia. With acclaimed artist and biologist Ippolit Markelov as its founder, the laboratory welcomes not only students of the Art & Science program but also students of other specializations and visiting artists. Learn more about the lab’s research and how you can join below.


  • ITMO Art & Science Center Wins “St. Petersburg of the Future” Award From Magazine

    The center’s projects took first place in the category Media Case of the Year. The jury took note of the winners’ newsworthy projects and exhibitions, as well as their contribution to the popularization of science art. The awards were presented on February 16 during an official ceremony in the historical Hotel Astoria.


  • Art, Death & Robots: Meet the Winners of Russia’s First Award for Young Science Artists

    In total, the competition received more than 170 submissions from all over the country. However, just 14 of them were declared winners. A fortune-telling AI, human-to-robot communications, and an attempt to make sense of death and immortality by bringing extinct birds back to life – keep reading to find out more about the ASTA award’s top entries.


  • ASTA: Russia’s First Award for Young Science Artists Unveils Longlist

    The ASTA award for young science artists has just announced its longlist, which includes 54 projects. In total, the jury received more than 170 submissions from students and graduates of the country’s leading universities. 


  • Russia’s First Award for Young Science Artists Draws Almost 200 Applicants From Across the Country

    Applications are closed for the Art, Science & Technology Award (ASTA). This competition of interdisciplinary art projects by young artists, scientists, and engineers is the first of its kind in Russia. In total, the jury received more than 170 submissions from students and graduates of the country’s leading universities. The shortlist of the contest is set to be released on February 1, while the winners will be announced on February 6 as part of an award ceremony in Moscow.


  • ITMO’s Monday Science Roundup #17

    In October’s final digest of all things science at ITMO, we’ll be covering a promising new COVID-19 test tool, the latest updates on ITMO Highpark, a rankings success – and insight-rich interviews with some of the university’s brightest minds in the realms of robotics and science art.


  • New Head of Art & Science Master’s Program Olga Vad on New Media and Modern Issues

    Curator Olga Vad is well-known for her participation in large-scale art projects and events such as HYDRA: New Media Art in the Context of Eco-Anxiety, the Ural Industrial Biennial, and the Ars Electronica festival. Now, she has joined the ranks of ITMO staff and became the head of Russia’s first Master’s program in the field of Art & Science. She shared how education benefits artists and what perspectives lie ahead for art and technology enthusiasts.


  • ITMO’s Monday Science Roundup #15

    Excited about this week’s Nobel Prize reveals? So are we! And to sate your hunger for science, here’s a pick of ITMO.NEWS’ most insightful stories on the subject from the past two weeks.