What is contemporary art?
Educational Program for the Ural Biennial Special Project Work Never Stops in Tyumen
From November 24, 2017 to January 21, 2018 the Slovtsov Museum Complex will host a series of lectures within Educational Program of the Special Project Work Never Stops (curator — Svetlana Usoltseva). Educational program is aimed at forming audience for contemporary art in Tyumen, which is now one of the most perspective regions in Russia.
14.12.17 — Anna Pyankova, Director of the Ural NCCA. "Ural Biennial: How the Big Project Influences Regional Development"
21.12.17 — Alisa Prudnikova, Commissioner of the Ural Industrial Biennial. "Contemporary Art in the Regions"
11.01.18 — Vladimir Rannev, composer, music theoretician. "Contemporary Music: What to Listen and What Not to Listen"
18.01.18 — Kirill Alexeev, Head of Educational Program of the Museum of Moscow. "What is Performance, and Body as Art in Contemporary Artistic Practice"
21.01.18 — Liza Savina, Curator, Art Critic, Director of Sparta Curatorial Agency. Tours of the exhibition Work Never Stops. How to Watch Contemporary Art and to Not Feel Incompetent
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