Virtual exhibitions

The icons from the collection of the Moscow Kremlin Museums were exhibited on the first floor of the House of Father Superior in the summer season of 2012.

The exhibition titled “Cherished Names and Persons” marking the 85th birthday of T.V. Tserkovnitskaya was open in the Museum of town and district history from September to October 2012.

The exhibition “Figurative Reconstruction Based on Russian Popular Print and Folk Picture. On the occasion of the 200th Anniversary of the Patriotic War of 1812” was open in the Guard-rooms of the Kirillo-Belozersky museum-reserve from September to November 2012. It presented works of the historical and art workshop “NOVIK”.

My grandfather Anatoly Petrovich Trubnikov would be 100 on November 28, 2012. I don’t want to pronounce these words “would be”. They remind of the past and say that the person is no more with us. But we live while we are remembered. And I remember my grandfather. I live in his house and constantly see his photographs. Don’t put your relatives’ photos in the albums and they will live with us forever. Their wisdom and experience will help you in everyday life. And it will turn out that many modern far-fetched issues are such trifling matters if we see their real lives in the overused phrases about our ancestors’ heroic past. 

The exhibition titled “What Will I Remember?” (along Nikolay Rubtsov’s places) was opened in the conference-hall of the Kirillo-Belozersky museum-reserve on January 27. Author of the display Marina Nikolaevna Kosheleva together with employees of the Development Department organized a creative meeting. Museum employees, collector and singer-songwriter to the verse of Nikolay Rubtsov S.A. Dmitriev (Cherepovets) and other connoisseurs of the poet’s creative work participated in the event.

In the convolute consisting of six Hamburg editions of 1696.

The book of Adam Olearius titled “Travels of the Ambassadors sent by Frederic, Duke of Holstein, to the Great Duke of Muscovy and the King of Persia” is a wonderful literary work of the 17th century and an excellent source of understanding of Russian people’s life at that time. The traveller gives a large complex of information on geography, topography, ethnography of western and eastern regions of Russia, of the Center and the Volga Region.

Beautiful dolls with earrings in pierced ears, magnificent coiffures, and enormous eyes won the hearts of both children and adults. The dolls presented at the exhibition gave a chance to touch the miracle of the doll world of the early 20th century.

The exhibition “Vologda Lace from the Collection of the Kirillo-Belozersky Museum-Reserve” was opened on the ground floor of the Refectory of the Kirillo-Belozersky museum-reserve in February 2010. It presented table-clothes, napkins, panels and pieces of clothing bought by the museum in 2004-2007. All of them were made by lace-makers of the famous factory “Snowflake”.

“I Will Paint Everything Around!” – it’s the title of the exhibition of children’s drawings housed in the Guard-rooms of the Kirillo-Belozersky museum-reserve. This display was the result of the contest held by the National Park “Russian North” from December 15, 2012, to February 15, 2013. Its objectives were ecological education and upbringing of children, development and realization of their creative potential. 

The exhibition “Keepers of History” was consecrated to the memory of two wonderful persons – the couple of the Tserkovnitskys. Konstantin Sergeevich Tserkovnitsky, participant of the Great Patriotic War, photo artist of Kirillov, would be 90 on February 28, 2013. And on March 17, we marked the 5th anniversary of his death. One more memorable date fell between those days: on March 3, we marked the 40th day after the death of Tatiana Vasilievna Tserkovnitskaya, veteran of the education work, honorary freeman of Kirillov. The exhibition presented photographs and documents from the family archive of the Tserkovnitskys, photos and pictures of K.S. Tserkovnitsky, articles of everyday town life of the early 20th century which were handed over to the museum from their family house.

The Vologda’s artists of the Creative and Exhibition Union “Rainbow” prove the vitality of national traditions in the modern culture of the Russian North with their oeuvres.

The exhibition “History of the Monastery during the Reign of the Romanovs” was opened in the Kirillo-Belozersky museum-reserve on January 5, 2013, on the occasion of the 400th anniversary of the Romanov dynasty.

I am lucky that I was born in this family. My family is deeply rooted. My ancestors were people of amazing fates. We can be proud of their deeds, can follow their example and learn a lot from them. 

The basis of the collection of M. and G. Krasilins was laid in the early 1970s. They started to collect works of artists because of their professional activity
Niello silverwork takes one of the leading places in the centuries-old history of Russian metal working. It became a distinctive feature of the Russian jewellery already in the Kievan Rus’.

The centenary of the birth of Alexander Yashin, poet of Vologda and famous figure of literature and art in Russia, was celebrated on March 27, 2013.

The Kirillo-Belozersky museum-reserve has been cooperating with the National Park “Russian North” for many years, holding exhibitions and popularizing the monuments of nature, history and culture located in the Kirillov district.

The exhibition titled “Such Different Dolls” was opened in the Museum of Town and District History in late December 2013.

The photo display titled “Unfading Light” was dedicated to the memory of Tatiana Tserkovnitskaya (1927-2013) – the honorary freeman of Kirillov and donator of the museum.

The opening ceremony of the exhibition titled “Yuri Korobov. Painting” was held in the conference hall of the museum on February 28, 2014. The artist’s friends and colleagues, museum employees and residents of the town attended the event.

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