Art Explorations class for kids ages 4-7

Zshuk Jewish Children’s Art Initiative presents: Art Class For Russian Speaking Children ages 4-7 in Park Slope. (Drop-off) In this class, children will gain hands on knowledge of various fine art mediums such as painting, drawing, sculpture and printmaking. We will study works by famous artists and explore their lives and personal stories. Children will […]

Brooklyn Music Society & Mehanata Present: 2012 Bohemian Festival

Featuring globally sourced sounds from… Mikhail Smirnov’s Moscow Gypsy Army – Karikatura – Escarioka – BAD BUKA – The Soul Muse – Kagero – Avram Pengas Music Ensemble – Jessy Carolina and the Hot Mess – Balkan Stomp – Choban Elektrik – Los Mas Valientes – Sistermonk – Raskolnikov – Liron Peled – Kandake Dance […]

ArtOnBrighton 2012

ArtOnBrighton 2012 is the 2nd annual multidisciplinary art festival celebrating the creative post-Soviet immigrants of Brighton Beach, New York City, and beyond. Brighton Beach is a Brooklyn neighborhood that you may not associate with a vibrant art scene, YET. Before joining us at the NY Aquarium, daytime visitors are encouraged to explore Open Artist Studios […]

Andrey Tsers

Artist Statement: Stylization is one of the most exciting aspects of a creative process. It connects one’s first impression of the world around with a subsequent expression about this experience. Results of such an individual interpretation sometimes can be powerful enough to convince the others, and inspire nations to use them for centuries. Concept of […]

Kate Balandina

Kate, a native of Odessa, Ukraine, graduated from the NYU Film Department and is currently a film director and producer. She believes that art brings people together and exposes the beauty of people like nothing else in the world. To foster those beliefs she is dedicating herself to the art of video.

Russia Rising Poster Exhibit

Russia Rising: Votes for Freedom: 30 Artists and Designers Challenge the 2011 and 2012 Russian Elections. School of Visual Arts (SVA) presents “Russia Rising: Votes for Freedom,” an exhibition responding to recent political turmoil in Russia through the language of the poster. The original posters were created in support of the popular Russian movement for […]

Viktor Yaroshenko and Mikhail Borschevsky

Журнал ИНТЕРПОЭЗИЯ приглашает на уникальную встречу с известными литераторами, эссеистами и главными редакторами интереснейших журналов. Виктор Ярошенко, Гл. Редактор журнала «Вестник Европы» (Москва) http://magazines.russ.ru/authors/y/yaroshenko/ Михаил Борщевский, Гл. Редактор журнала “Herald of Europe” (Лондон) http://magazines.russ.ru/authors/b/borschevskij/

New Russian Cinema Screening

The best thing do when it’s sweltering outside is see a movie, especially one that’s never screened before in New York with the filmmakers in attendance! Come see a sampling of the newest, most talked about voices in Russian cinema. Two films, CHAPITEAU-SHOW and MY FATHER IS BARYSHNIKOV, will screen over three days. Screenings will […]

GO: a community-curated open studio project: Yevgenia Nayberg

On September 8–9, 2012, artists across Brooklyn will open their studio doors, so that you can decide who will be featured in an exhibition at the Brooklyn Museum. Visit artist’s studios and vote for your favorite artists. Go to GoBrooklynArt.org to register to vote!

GO: a community-curated open studio project: Vladimir Davidenko

On September 8–9, 2012, artists across Brooklyn will open their studio doors, so that you can decide who will be featured in an exhibition at the Brooklyn Museum. Visit artist’s studios and vote for your favorite artists. Go to GoBrooklynArt.org to register to vote!