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The coming week has in itself a bit of something mysterious, futuristic, and even rebellious. Read on to find out what you are about to experience.
A slew of arts, a splash of outdoor adventures, and a touch of spooky vibes – the perfect week is all ready and waiting.
A Shakespeare piece on the big screen, maritime celebrations… and a parade of vintage trams? All these and even more are on deck for the next seven days. Come along!
Every second Monday, we review the latest and most exciting science news at ITMO. Today, we’ll be looking at advances in space medicine, promising career prospects for robotics students, and a slew of curious projects and discoveries at the junction of the arts and exact sciences.
Researchers from ITMO have analyzed the painting Hiroshima I by prominent German artist Werner Tübke, discovering a previously unknown work of the master along the way. This finding, described in an article published in Heritage, will become a part of the first large-scale study of the artist’s work to be conducted in Russia.
It’s the graduation weekend at ITMO, but this is not all the fun that is in store for you this week. From outdoor sports and surrealist displays all the way to the fests of foods, drinks, and roof concerts, we’re getting to celebrate another July weekend in so many ways.
Rain or shine, nothing can get in the way of a festival-rich weekend ahead that will sound like your new favorite bands, Russian chart-topping hits – and Tarantino's movies. Fret not, we've got plans for when it’s more rain than shine, too.
Over 2,500 square meters of all things manga, from the history of Japanese comics in chronological order to the workspaces of manga artists and separate halls for the fans of Naruto, Sailor Moon, and even Attack on Titan, the Art of Manga exhibition at Sevkabel Port created such a stir online that we simply couldn’t pass it by.
If you’ve been reading us long enough, you know that we have a soft spot for the Manege Central Exhibition Hall – if they host an exhibition, we can’t help but review it! This time, we explored First Position, a display of all things Russian ballet.
Sometimes all you need is just a few well-crafted lines sung (or screamed) at the top of your lungs to make any day better. Here are our top picks for the job! And what are yours?