MIL-OSI Russian Federation: Top weekend events after the first work week

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Meet the old New Year sports, enjoy the poetic rock, listen to the Chinese pianist and learn about the French philosophy – mos.ru gathered the best events of the weekend.

After a short work week, rest again! How to spend Saturday and Sunday, so that Monday would be a joy again, in the new year’s collection from mos.ru.

Festival “Journey to Christmas” in the park “Kuzminki”

Date: January 12–13

Time: 10: 00–22: 00

Location: Kuzminki Park

Age limit: 0+

The festival ends this weekend. “Journey to Christmas”. It runs from December 14 at 78 sites throughout the city, including in Park “Kuzminki”. A festive program awaits its visitors this weekend. “Christmas Symphony”. Covering groups, drummers and brass bands will perform on the stage of the park.

In the last days of the festival, guests can take part in a dance marathon and flash mob, learn to play musical instruments and sing New Year’s songs in karaoke. Visitors to the park are waiting for lectures, master classes in making toys, making greeting cards and art objects.

Date: January 12–13

Time: 10: 00–22: 00

Location: Lianozovo Park

Age limit: 0+

Lovers of active recreation, too, there is a lesson in the last days of the festival. On the site in Lianozovsky park New Year races will be held running competition in bags. Also here you can visit the snow shooting range and compete in throwing snowballs on accuracy.

After the competition, you can relax – the guests are waiting for master classes in snowman modeling, making Christmas lanterns and decorating the Christmas tree. In addition, there will be lectures about famous Russian athletes and the history of the Olympics. Everyone will be able to attend dance lessons and a concert at which old and modern New Year’s hits will be performed.

“Feelings of Moscow”

Date: January 12–15

Time: 10: 00–20: 00

Place: Museum of Moscow

Age limit: 0+

Weekends before the old New Year last, when you can go to the exhibition “Feelings of Moscow”. Visitors will see the work of students of the first flow of the project. “Art Laboratory”. From April to December, they mastered the secrets of graffiti, music, performances and art objects. The exhibition will be held in Moscow Museum.

The exhibition will feature works that tell about the feelings of their creators. Viewers will see stories of anger, admiration, patriotism, anger, fear, trust, loneliness and pride. In the center of the exhibition hall will be a large map of Moscow. Each visitor will be able to put a mark on it and tell you what feelings and emotions this place causes.

The exhibition will run until January 15.

Moscow Rhapsody

Date: January 12–13

Time: 11: 00–18: 00

Place: Garden Ring Museum

Age limit: 6+

This weekend ends the exhibition of Natalia Sokolovskaya Moscow Rhapsody. Saturday and Sunday at Museum “Garden Ring” You can see the pictures painted by the artist in the Goncharovs’ estate and while traveling in the North Caucasus and Normandy. Also in the exhibition will be works devoted to Moscow.

Natalya Sokolovskaya is a member of the Creative Union of Artists of Russia. She participated in more than 50 Moscow exhibitions.

Lecture “One Year in the Life of a Real Wild Horse”

Date: January 12

Time: 13: 00–15: 00

Place: Moscow Zoo

Age limit: 6+

ABOUT Przhevalsky’s horses will tell on saturday at Moscow Zoo. Visitors will see footage from the life of these unique animals, made in the State Natural Reserve “Orenburg”. Przewalski’s horses got there in 2015. It was then that Natalia Sudetz began her project, and now she has an impressive collection of photographs and stories from the life of wild horses.

This species was discovered in 1879 by Nikolai Przhevalsky. After 80 years, these animals have disappeared from the wild – only a few dozen individuals have survived in zoos around the world. In 1992, the first project for the breeding of Przhevalsky horses in the wild was launched in Mongolia. Now there are 12 such projects in the world, one of which is being implemented in the Orenburg reserve.

Participation in the lecture is free, by prior arrangement. registration.

Lecture about Alexander Plastov “The genius of the Russian century”

Date: January 12

Time: 14:00

Place: New Tretyakov Gallery

Age limit: 0+

Another Saturday lecture will be in the conference room. New Tretyakov Gallery. Listeners learn about the life and work of Arkady Plastov – Soviet painter, academician of the USSR Academy of Arts, People’s Artist of the USSR, winner of the Lenin and Stalin Prizes. Reproductions of his works more than once fell into Soviet school textbooks, which were used by millions of children.

At the lecture will not only talk about the work of Arkady Plastov, but also reflect on the main problems of Russian art, the fate of realism and what should be the civil and ethical position of the artist.

Lecture “Homo naturalis – a natural person. Noble Savage “

Date: January 13

Time: 17: 00–20: 00

Place: Garage Museum of Contemporary Art

Age limit: 0+

In the educational center Garage Museum there will be a lecture dedicated to the concept of natural man, which originated in the Enlightenment. About the formation of this concept will tell the Moscow philosopher Andrei Velikanov.

In the Age of Enlightenment, the naturalness of man was hotly debated by French philosophers. This concept became more popular and at the same time caused a lot of controversy. Jean-Jacques Rousseau believed that the natural man is the key to understanding social processes, he is pure and pure, and civilization and culture can only spoil it. At the same time, Voltaire believed that the natural principle of man is the cause of all social disasters. It was in this dispute that such notions as “natural order”, “natural law”, and “natural religion” were born, traces of which are also found in modern culture.

The entrance to the lecture is free.

Christmas concert of the community of performers of poetic rock “Dazh”

Date: January 13

Time: 17: 00–19: 00

Place: Izmailovsky Park

Age limit: 0+

Sunday evening at Izmailovsky Park will sound poetic rock. Participants of the “Dazh” community will speak to the audience. The annual Christmas concert will be held in the Art Park exhibition pavilion. In the program – author’s songs and holiday carols.

This evening Pavel Fedosov, Sergey Kanunnikov and the Return group, Yulia Tuzova and the Port July group, Avgustin Grishin and the Breath-length group, Konstantin Zolotarev, Nikolay Podorolsky and the In Time group, and Give the group.

Free admission.

The film “One New Year’s story” from the cinema club of the cultural center “Leader”

Date: January 13

Time: 18: 00–19: 00

Place: cultural center “Leader”

Age limit: 6+

Cinema Club cultural center “Leader” invites you to rate your first work – a film “One New Year’s Story”. This is a story about a little boy who lives in the metropolis and on the eve of the New Year wants to know what love is.

The film club participants wrote the script themselves. They were engaged in the selection of actors, conducted rehearsals and filming.

Entrance to the session is free by prior registration.

Concert of Chinese pianist Cui Wang

Date: January 13

Time: 19:00

Location: Memorial Museum A.N. Scriabin

Age limit: 0+

Scriabin Museum invites you to spend Sunday evening in the company of Chinese pianist Qui Wang. She will perform the works of classical composers – Ludwig van Beethoven, Sergei Rachmaninoff, Feruchcho Busoni, Ferenc Liszt and Robert Schumann.

Qu Wu was born in Fuzhou City to a dancer family. At the age of four she began to learn to play the piano. At the age of 16 she moved to Moscow and entered the Central Music School at the Moscow PI Conservatory. Tchaikovsky. He is currently studying at the Gnesins College of Music.

Entrance to the concert is free. Additional information by phone: +7 (499) 241-19-01.

EDITOR’S NOTE: This article is a translation. Apologies should not be perfect.

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