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While days are getting shorter and mornings – colder, it is a hard-level game to leave the comfort of your warm and cozy bed when your alarm goes off (for the third time, right?). We feel you! But do not get carried away by this temptation! Let’s leave the snooze button behind, bundle up in our favorite fall sweaters, and do cool things this weekend.
Golden leaves keep falling while we celebrate another week of this autumn with hot cocoa in our cups. This weekend, we invite you to an exhibition, a theatre festival, and a journey through some of this year’s best international documentaries. Enjoy!
Wednesday means we can start looking forward to the weekend, right? And if you’re still at a loss as to what to do yet, we’ve compiled this handy guide to help you out. From the Italian Fair to an open-air rock festival, here’s what not to miss this weekend.
Fall is in the air, and the September blues is starting to kick in. But you can still have a good time while soaking up those last days of rare but still warm sunshine thrust in between hazy and hurricane-like times. Let’s beat this urge to wrap up in a cozy blanket and binge-watch our favorite TV shows together – and, against all odds, fill our last September days with good vibes!
ITMO University’s New AIR Art Space: An Object of Unknown Purpose, Miracle Meadow and the Heart of a Goddess
On September 18, an exhibition of projects by the graduates of the first-ever Art & Science educational program in Russia marked the opening of new urban art space at ITMO University.
Time runs faster when you are doing (or studying) cool and exciting things – and another September weekend is right around the corner. Here is our guide on what to do and see during those action-packed two days: from waltzing icebreakers (yes, you got it right) to the land of dreams. Buckle up and let’s jump right in!
Yay! Another week of the new school year is almost over and it means that a well-deserved weekend is just around the corner. No plans whatsoever? No worries, with our weekly guide to the best weekend activities you have no excuse to stay home bored. Let’s plan an adventure together.
Over the course of a week, participants from Russia, the USA, China, India, Kazakhstan and the Philippines studied new materials of biological origin and how they can be applied in contemporary art and design. An online exhibition of the participants’ artworks was opened following the school’s results.
Crossing Single-Celled Organisms With AI: ITMO’s Art & Science Students On Interdisciplinary Art Experiments
The BIOROBOTY 019 team consists of four students of ITMO’s Master’s program in Art & Science: Alyona Korolyova, Marta Mikhailova, Viktoria Romanova and Svetlana Sidorova. In their work, they combine bioart, robotics, neural networks and artificial intelligence in various unexpected scenarios. Their project Physarum the Fortuneteller, first exhibited at The International Media Art Festival CYFEST-12, was chosen to become part of a major collaborative exhibition to take place in France. ITMO.NEWS talked to Viktoria Romanova, a member of the team, and asked her where the idea to combine bioart with robotics came from and where it has led the artists.
A lot of jazz, a contemporary art exhibition, and a classical music concert – lots of ways to start this spring on a jolly note (if you pardon the pun) in this guide to weekend events in St. Petersburg!