The goal of our project is to unite the owners of private museums, to open new horizons for cooperation for fruitful work and share the fruits of their activities. At the moment, our catalog contains information about 470 museums located in the Russian Federation. More than 700 are awaiting inclusion in the catalog.
Director of the Association of Private Museums of Russia
On April 2, 2020 the President of the Russian Federation made another national address, he once again urged the citizens to demonstrate responsibility, to respect self-isolation measures, which the President extended until the end of April
COVID-19 coronavirus infection is an extremely tough challenge to business, to state and to all mankind.
The Spring season 2020 “Masks and Figures of the world”, is held in the cities: Orekhovo-Zuyevo (from April 3 to May 3), Bronnitsy (this exhibition is held online due to the quarantine), Elektrostal (February 26 to April 5). We invite everyone to visit these amazing exhibitions, filled with knowledge, magic and spirituality.
Dear colleagues! The staff of the World Calligraphy Museum (Association of Private Museums of Russia) congratulate you on the Day of the Cultural Worker! We wish you good health, prosperity and success!
Private museums are created by enthusiasts. Sometimes they start not out of spare money, but out of love, out of passion for art. You say, that’s big talk? Not at all. We often use big words to talk about least significant subjects. But these are just people. Just some passionate people, willing to share their soul and their world with us.
At a time, when museums were closed on the quarantine due to the coronavirus, she recorded an online workshop on making reusable protective masks. We offer you the folowing.
The Association of private museums of Russia has started preparing for a webinar on an important topical issue: “How can private museums survive in the conditions of a pandemic”.
While wandering the ancient streets of the city Tver, you should visit the unique museum, where the art of ceramics “lives”. This is the “Living museum of Anatoly Kamardin”.
A researcher from Severouralsk has collected more than one and a half thousand minerals and has opened the museum, dedicated to geology.
On March 13, 2020, the employees and volunteers of the Military museum of the Karelian isthmus held a Commemorative ceremony in honor of the 80th anniversary of the end of the Soviet-Finnish war.