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  • This Weekend in St. Petersburg: August 13-14, 2022

    Crafts and flower festivals, golden art, and the best soundtracks of all time – this weekend is promising to be hot!


  • This Weekend in St. Petersburg: July 30-31, 2022

    From experiencing the magic of kite flying to soaking up St. Pete’s culture and arts scene, here are a few dazzling ways to celebrate the last weekend of July.


  • ITMO Graduate Asya Kaplan Shares Science Art Insights

    Having graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in soil science from St. Petersburg State University, Asya Kaplan made a radical career change and joined ITMO’s Art & Science Master’s program. During her studies, she successfully organized several exhibitions and is now a curator at ITMO’s Art & Science Center. How does one create a science art exhibition and why is this artform gaining in popularity? Read on to find out. 


  • Highlights of Caring Robots Exhibition

    Until July 10, Sevkabel Port is hosting Caring Robots exhibition. From exoskeletons that can give you superhuman strength to a robotic church lady, the display brings together the wonders of robotic art created by ITMO students. Can robots paint like artists? Or perform? Do they pose a threat or can they actually protect us? Let’s find out what ITMO’s engineers and media artists think.


  • This Weekend in St. Petersburg: July 2-3, 2022

    Head into another tropical weekend in St. Petersburg with our top ideas on where to go to escape the June heat while staying right in the heart of the sun-kissed city.


  • This Weekend in St. Petersburg: June 25-26, 2022

    With scorching weather on the horizon, we’ve rounded up a handful of ideas on what to do indoors to stay cool in town this weekend – and just a few more for when the sun goes down.


  • Art & Science Exhibition STAGE 2022 Takes Place at ITMO

    On May 27, ITMO University launched the second annual exhibition of thesis projects by students from the Art & Science Master’s program, as well as participants of the Art Project as Thesis initiative. Among research advisors are prominent artists and researchers of new media: Natalia Fedorova, Dmitry Morozov (::vtol::), Ippolit Markelov, Helena Nikonole, Boris Shershenkov, and others. 


  • This Weekend in St. Petersburg: June 4-5, 2022

    From incredible sand art to an outdoor pet-friendly festival – ring in the first weekend of the summer of 2022 in style!


  • This Weekend in St. Petersburg: May 7-10, 2022

    Another long May weekend is coming for round two with a diverse and lively mix of exhibitions, food fests, and festivities.


  • This Weekend in St. Petersburg: March 19-20, 2022

    The artworks by St. Pete’s modern artists, a screening of a cult ‘90s movie set in the city, and orchestral rock by a local band – we invite you to spend this weekend St. Petersburg-style.