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  • 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.


  • A Brief Guide to Hydra New Media Exhibition at Sevkabel Port

    The ongoing Hydra. New Media Art in the Context of Eco-Anxiety exhibition, which will be on display at Sevkabel Port until February 28, brings together the works of various Russian and European artists exploring environmental issues. The exhibition spans a broad scope of topics, from ecology to the co-existence of humans and nature, the Anthropocene era, and the conservation of natural resources as the only way to preserve species. Its educational partner is ITMO’s Art & Science Center, the students of which presented their joint VR-based project at the exhibition. Here’s what else to expect there.