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  • Art Digitalization: 3D Exhibition by ITMO University and the Center of Mikhail Shemyakin

    Students from ITMO University, in collaboration with the Center of Mikhail Shemyakin, created and launched a large-scale interactive 3D display titled Mikhail Shemyakin: Self-Portraits celebrating the works of artist and sculptor Mikhail Shemyakin, with an emphasis on his rare self-portraits.


  • This Weekend in St. Petersburg: April 30-May 3, 2022

    We have a long weekend ahead and two more days to fill with exciting plans and events, so here is our trusty guide to everything fun to do on these luxurious four days of rest.  


  • ITMO Students Create Projects for the Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov Memorial Museum-Apartment

    This spring, ITMO University and Art ParkING (a center for modern technologies in art) have organized the AR+T festival. Its participants, Bachelor’s students, have come up with designs for interactive exhibits at a branch of the St. Petersburg State Museum of Theatre and Music. Now they are working on their projects to complete them by autumn.


  • This Weekend in St. Petersburg: October 10-11, 2020

    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.


  • New Historical Exposition Set to Open in Russia’s Oldest Science City

    The Pavlov Institute of Physiology in St. Petersburg plans to renew and expand its historical exposition dedicated to the life and work of Russian physiologist Ivan Pavlov in Koltushi. ITMO University professor Irina Aktuganova will take the lead in the creation of the renovated museum. 


  • This Weekend in St. Petersburg: September 12-13, 2020

    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.


  • Yagodnoe in Miniature: About the Six-Meter Layout of ITMO’s Sports and Recreation Center

    This year, the Yagodnoe sports and recreation center celebrates its 60th anniversary. Over the years, the camp has brought together thousands of students and graduates and is now a platform for various international and city projects. Visit the Yagodnoe museum to see how the center has developed over time, as well as learn about the most significant events in its history. The museum has recently been replenished with a large exhibit, a six-square-meter interactive layout of the camp. Lake Berestovoye, the pier, pine forests, wooden houses, and sports infrastructure – the authors of the project managed to reconstruct the camp in great detail. Read on to learn more about the project and its prospects for the future.


  • ITMO Open Science at Erarta: From MegaBattle to Open Talk

    On February 8, ITMO University hosted the ITMO Open Science Conference. Dozens of ITMO University’s researchers, PhD students and heads of the University’s departments gathered at the Erarta Museum of Contemporary Art to discuss the latest achievements in an unusual format and learn about their colleagues’ science development strategies. ITMO.NEWS publishes the highlights of the event.