[ 13.02.2018 ]
In St. Petersburg celebrate the 100th anniversary of the restoration of the statehood of Lithuania
In St. Petersburg, the celebration of the 100th anniversary of the restoration of Lithuania’s statehood began
with the opening of the exhibition "the Singing canvas". The exhibition at the House of journalists on Nevsky Prospekt was organized by the Consulate General of Lithuania in Saint-Petersburg. The works for the exhibition were provided by the Department of textiles of Vilnius art Academy. Among them is the one singing the tracks.
If you touch the picture, you can hear the national melody.
In its manufacture, an electrically conductive paint was used.
At a press conference "Lithuanian St. Petersburg. Faces and destinies " in the journalist’s House
Consul General of Lithuania in Saint-Petersburg, Dainius Numgaudis told media representatives
about how, that today in St. Petersburg live about three and a half thousands of litovtsev. The descendants of those,
those who lived here before 1918, as well as those who came to study, stayed here and created a family. The event traditionally ended in delicious Lithuanian. Guests were invited to the zeppelins.
They concocted themselves employees of the Consulate! The results of the manual work were unsurpassed! A huge thank you to the Consul General of the Dynacom Numgaudis for a warm and homely atmosphere,
new acquaintances and a pleasant discovery!
On February 7, the white hall of the Sheremetyevo Palace hosted the exhibition "Lithuania Mstislav Dobuzhinsky", as well as a concert of Mariinsky theatre and Lithuanian pianists Rokas Zubovas and Sonata Zuboviene.
Member of the Association "World of art", graphic artist, Illustrator, painter, theater artist, specialist in heraldry of Lithuania,
Mstislav Dobuzhinsky took Lithuanian citizenship in 1924, lived and worked in Lithuania until the end of 30-ies. Mstislav Dobuzhinsky was one of the first to appreciate the talent of mikaloyus Konstantinas čiurlionis - the famous Lithuanian artist and composer, the founder of professional Lithuanian music, which has spread its creativity boundaries of national and world culture.
The exhibition is open for the General public from February 8 to may 13, 2018.
On 9 February, at the Consulate General of Lithuania in St.-Petersburg the exhibition of costume designer, painter, graphic artist, puppeteer and author of books on the art of textiles Stefania Graurogkaite.
On February 15, St. Petersburg music Lyceum will host a joint concert of students of the Lyceum and the string ensemble of the Lithuanian national school of arts. M. K. Čiurlionis.