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  • TECHNOHISTORY Conference: Biohacking, Neuroart, and Women of Bauhaus

    Last fall, ITMO University initiated a unique educational project at the intersection of history, art, tech and natural sciences. TECHNOHISTORY was developed by the staff of ITMO’s Center of Social and Humanities Knowledge to popularize interdisciplinary research among students.


  • This Weekend in St. Petersburg: March 13-14, 2021

    This week we celebrated all the incredible women in our lives on International Women’s Day and now we explore the yummy traditions of Russian cuisine by making all kinds of blinis at home (and not only). And after such an eventful week, there is nothing better than visiting the most exciting and intriguing exhibitions, enjoying classical music, and seeing the effigy of Maslenitsa burning. And what about some thrift shopping at the city’s bustling markets along the way? Don't miss out on this fun way to end the week!


  • This Weekend in St. Petersburg: January 23-24, 2021

    We’re halfway through the week and before you know it, we’ll be ringing in another fun weekend, buzzing with exciting events and winter activities. Don’t miss out on your chance to touch the sky, expand your horizons in art and theater, and learn a new trick or two on ice rinks – together with our weekly guide to the very best things to do in and around St. Petersburg.


  • This Weekend in St. Petersburg: December 19-20, 2020

    The weekend’s fast approaching and your only plan is another junk food-fueled Netflix marathon before you call it a night? We feel ya. Luckily, there’s still plenty of action happening in St. Petersburg – both safe and fun. And whether you’re looking for some festive mood or things to keep your mind busy, we’ve rounded up some ideas that will, for sure, be right up your alley.


  • Researcher Daria Martynova on the Connection Between Art and Medicine

    Daria Martynova is not only a PhD student at the St. Petersburg Academy of Arts but also a manager at ITMO University’s Center of Social and Humanities Knowledge, as well as an assistant at the Faculty of Technological Management and Innovations.


  • 5 Things That Make St. Petersburg Russia's Cultural Capital

    St. Petersburg is a city with many names and faces: the Venice of the North, the Cradle of Three Revolutions, the City of White Nights – and, above all, the cultural capital of Russia. And if you’ve ever wondered about the origins of this honorable title, here are some facts and figures to convince you of its right to bear it. 


  • This Weekend in St. Petersburg: November 28-29, 2020

    It’s about time to start planning your weekend getaways with our handy guide to things to do in and around St. Petersburg. From the events to tune into online to not-to-be-missed festivals – here are some fun things to get up to this weekend!


  • Art Project as Thesis Initiative Launches at ITMO

    This year, ITMO University launches a unique initiative that will allow Master’s students to collaborate with each other and create an interdisciplinary project in place of  their thesis. Read more about it in this ITMO.NEWS article.


  • How to Explore the World of St. Petersburg’s Young Artists

    Local grand venues, such as the Hermitage and the Russian Museum, seem like an obvious choice if you feel like enjoying masterpieces of classical art. However, where do you go if you want to check out some works by hip young artists? We have some suggestions.


  • Keeping the Balance Between Creativity and Technology: Ekaterina Doronina on Her Path to Self-Discovery

    In this ITMO.NEWS interview, Ekaterina Doronina shares her thoughts on how to become an interdisciplinary designer, do an internship at the Alexandrinsky Theatre, work on major projects for museums, and find yourself.