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  • 15 November 2019/Announce

    Scientific-practical conference «Russian civilization in global conflicts: historical lessons and spiritual meanings»

    A scientific and practical conference with international participation «Russian Civilization in Global Conflicts: Historical Lessons and Spiritual Meanings» will be held on Friday, November 15 at the Russian Institute for the History of Arts under the auspices of the St. Petersburg International Cultural Forum as part of the cycle «Russian civilization in historical retrospect and perspective». Event organizer: Russian Institute for the History of Arts Project partner: Russian Research Institute for Cultural and Natural Heritage named after D. Likhachev. Date and time: November 15, 2019....
  • 14 November 2019/Announce

    Scientific Conference «Traditional Culture: Music, Dance, Theater, Rite» to the 50th anniversary of the Department of Folklore

    On November 14–16, 2019, the Department of Folklore, Russian Institute for the History of Arts will hold a scientific conference «Traditional Culture: Music, Dance, Theater, Rite», timed to the 50th anniversary of the Department of Folklore, RIHA. We propose to discuss the following issues: • complex research method: a contemporary view; • involving of data and methods of related disciplines in scientific research; • the correlation of individual and collective forms of research; • the status of traditional culture nowadays; • the historical formation of folk forms and their ethnic...
  • 21 October 2019/Announce

    ΧII-th International Organology Congress «BLAGODATOV’ READINGS»

    October 21 to 23, 2019, The Russian Institute for the History of Arts, Department of Organology present the XII-th International Organology Congress «Blagodatov' Readings".  Musical organology is one of the oldest knowing knowledge of a humanity, creativity, and intellection. “The world instrumental musical culture, rooted in the depths of spirituality, has been bearing fruit for many thousands of years of its formation and development, possessing the highest moral and aesthetic merit, developed professionalism, traditional performing schools, bright creative personalities and magnificent artistic canvases....
  • 7 October 2019/Announce

    Third Scientific Conference "St.Petersburg Theaters That Do Not Exist"

    On October 7–8, 2019, the Dept. of Source Study, Russian Institute for the History of Arts holds the Third Scientific Conference “St.Petersburg Theaters That Do Not Exist”. As in previous years, the focus of the conference participants will be concentrated over two periods in the history of the theater, which are equally characterized by innovation and the rapid growth in the number of small theaters with their artistic program. Theaters that existed for a short time in the context of social reorganizations are dissolved in the general palette of the cultural life of the city, their footprint are...
  • 23 September 2019/Announce

    International Scientific and Practical Conference «Cinematography Studies. Education. Film distribution. History, Issues, Prospects» (To the 75th birthday of Anatoliy Zagulin)

    September 23–24, Russian Institute for the History of Arts will hold the International Scientific and Practical Conference «Cinematography Studies. Education. Film distribution. History, Issues, Prospects» (To the Anatoly Zagulin’ 75th birthday). The conference is dedicated to the 75th anniversary of the outstanding film expert and bibliographer Anatoly Mikhailovich Zagulin, who for several decades headed the cinema lab in the Russian Institute for the History of Arts. The professional activities of Anatoly Mikhailovich served as the basis for the work of four generations of Leningrad – St.Petersburg...
  • 5 July 2019/Сoncerts

    Concert "Classical music of East and West: In memory of Larisa Mikhailovna Ivleva"

    On Friday, July 5, at 18.00 in the Green Hall of the Russian Institute for the History of Arts, the concert “Classical music of the East and the West: In memory of Larisa Mikhailovna Ivleva" (from the series “Meetings in the Green Hall”) was take place. The program - Chopin, Brahms; classic Azerbaijani mugams. Performers: Alexander Romodin (piano), Faik Chelebi (tar).
  • 5 July 2019/Seminars

    Seminar in memory of Larisa Mikhailovna Ivleva (75 years of birth)

    On Friday, July 5, at 4:00 pm, in the Green Hall of the Russian Institute for the History of Arts, the Department of Folklore holds a seminar from the cycle “Folklore, Anthropology, Ethnography”. The meeting is dedicated to the memory of Larisa Ivleva, an outstanding scientist - folklorist, philologist, ethno-theater expert. This year she would have turned 75 years old. L.M.Ivleva - a representative of the legendary scientific school of V.Ya.Propp, his favorite student. Larisa Mikhailovna managed to combine the achievements of Russian folkloristics and ethnography with the study of theater, ritual, and...
  • 26 June 2019/Conference

    Scientific Conference "Department of Music, Russian institute for the History of Arts: from the past to the present century (on the eve of the 100th anniversary of the Department)"

    On June 26 and 28 in the Green Hall of the Russian institute for the History of Arts, there was be a scientific conference "Department of Music, Russian institute for the History of Arts: from the past to the present century (on the eve of the 100th anniversary of the Department)". February 19, 1920 - this date is considered the birthday of the Music Class of the Russian institute for the History of Arts. Founded as a solely educational institution, it very quickly turned into a scientific center, which it is today. An extensive history, the formulation and development of new directions of musicology, new...
  • 24 June 2019/Conference

    Round table «Dmitri Ivanovich Mendeleev. Russian scientist and encyclopedist. By the 185th anniversary of the birth of the researcher and the 150th anniversary of the discovery of the periodic law of chemical elements»

    On Monday, June 24, at 15.00, the Round Table «Dmitry Ivanovich Mendeleev. Russian scientist and encyclopedist. By the 185th anniversary of the birth of the researcher and the 150th anniversary of the discovery of the periodic law of chemical elements» (the cycle" The Valuable Foundations of Russian Artistic Culture ") will hold in a Green Hall of Russian Institute for the History of Arts.
  • 17 June 2019/Seminars

    Seminar “Cultural codes in music: contexts, symbols, universalies” (“Cognitive musicology”)

    On Monday, June 17, at 4:00 pm, a seminar entitled “Cultural codes in music: contexts, symbols, universalies” (the cycle “Cognitive musicology”) was be held in the White Hall of the Russian Institute for the History of Arts. The problem of understanding and interpreting the artifacts of alien culture is somehow related to the ability of understanding its cultural code. How cultural codes appear in music - in the creation, interpretation of the performer, the listener's perception, how a new field of meanings arises, not conditioned by the cultural code, how other forms of art are involved in the...
  • 22 May 2019/Seminars

    Round table «Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov: Mysterious Power»

    On Wednesday, May 22, at the Green Hall, 11.00 a.m. Russian Institute for the History of Arts was hold a round table «Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov: Mysterious Power», dedicated to the 175th anniversary of the famous Russian composer. Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov - one of the key heroes of Russian music, who played a decisive role in the development of national culture. A man of exceptional diligence and strictest discipline, incredibly demanding of himself and his colleagues, Rimsky-Korsakov laid the foundation of the St. Petersburg school of composition, becoming one of the pillars of professional music education in...
  • 13 May 2019/Conference

    Seminar "Russian Artistic Culture Value Foundations"

    On Monday, May 13, at 15:30, Russian Institute for the History of Arts, will present a seminar "Russian Artistic Culture Value Foundations" which will be held at the Green Hall. The seminar will include the presentation of the book by Valery Baidin “Under the endless sky. Images of the universe in Russian art "(M .: Art - XXI century, 2018. "Art Critic" Series). Lead - Professor A.L.Kazin, RIHA acting director, Doctor of Philosophy. What was the image of the world in the era of the Russian art birth? How did the artists of antiquity portray the inconceivable - the heavenly light? What did the “bulbous”...
  • 29 April 2019/Conference

    Scientific conference «Matter of the image. History of art technique and technology»

    On Monday, April 29, at 12.00 in the White Hall of the Russian Institute for the History of Arts, the Department of Fine Arts and Architecture was present a scientific conference «Matter of the image. History of art technique and technology». Art has long had to create images, doing without any material substance, avoiding even the slightest signs of substantiality. However, in the context of an art great history, this circle of works has looks like a tiny island, while the surrounding sea somehow consists of things that are made according to well-known technology and in a certain technique. And, those a...
  • 27 March 2019/Seminars

    Round table «Archival materials as a base for researching and study N.A. Rimsky-Korsakov' life and work»

    On Wednesday, March 27, at 13.00, a round table devoted to the N. A. Rimsky-Korsakov (1844-1908) 175th anniversary of the birth was be held in the Manuscript Office of the Russian Institute for the History of Arts. G.V.Kopytova and I.A.Sinitsa - the staff of the Cabinet of Manuscripts will take part in the event, as well as colleagues from related institutions that preserve the archival heritage of the great composer, including Natalia Vasilyevna Ramazanova - the leading researcher of the Russian National Library' Manuscript Department and Larissa Miller - the head. Department of Manuscripts, St. Petersburg...
  • 20 March 2019/Seminars

    Open lecture «Italian chapters in history of the institute»

    On Wednesday, March 20, an open lecture by T. Ismagulova on “Italian chapters in history of the institute” (“The History of Zubov' Mansion and Institute”, the cycle “Tasks and Methods of Arts Studying”) was take place in the Green Hall of the Russian Institute for the History of Arts. Italian, or rather, “Florentine” influences are noticeable even in the very appearance of the institute building, which was designed and built by the young (then) architect Julius Andreyevich (Ernestovich) Bosse as the “Florentine palace” for Count Zakrevsky. When it was rebuilt as a family mansion of the Zubov...