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Maslenitsa was widely celebrated in Ankara within the frameworks of the Cross Year of Culture and Tourism of Russia and Turkey on March 9 and 10. The festival was organized by the Association of Russian Culture with the support of Russkiy Mir Foundation, Russian Embassy in Turkey, the representative office of Rossotrudnichestvo and the Committee on External Relations of Saint Petersburg. Festivities in the old Russian tradition were opened by gorodki game, which were held by President of the...

13.03.2019
Rubric: Grant news
Subject: Community

Employees of Blagoveshchensk State Pedagogical University and Heihe University (Heihe, China) with the support of Russkiy Mir Foundation, the Ministry of Education of the Amur Region and the Heilongjiang Association of Teachers of Russian Language and Literature held an international scientific and methodological conference “About Russian in Russian" on November 22-25, 2018.  ...

30.11.2018
Rubric: Grant news
Subject: Russian Language in China

The Russian Festival has kicked off in Houston on October 27, 2018. It became the second stage of the Arts Relay festival of theatrical art. The United Russian American Association (URAA) holds the forum every year with the assistance of the Russkiy Mir Foundation. Festival participants have...

09.11.2018
Rubric: Grant news
Subject: Community

Turgenev's Girl Competition for young fashion designers has been held on November 6, 2018. The competition is part of the project The Great Humanist Turgenev: a Look from the 21st Century dedicated to the 200th birth anniversary of the writer. The Russkiy Mir Foundation supports the event. ...

09.11.2018
Rubric: Grant news
Subject: Community

The winners of the 11th Easy Learning Russian Federal Cup have been announced in Rust, Germany. Lena Schultz and Henriette Acheimer from the Immanuel Kant unified school in Falkensee have gained victory in the contests. Students from Brandenburg won the exciting final match held in the World of Gazprom - the Fascinating World of Energy Pavilion in Europa-Park. As a reward...

08.11.2018
Rubric: Grant news
Subject: Community

The first Theater Baltic International Festival of Russian Amateur and Professional Theaters has been held in Latvia on October 19 to 23. The festival supported by the Russkiy Mir Foundation welcomed Russian theaters from Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Norway, Sweden and Russia. During the five festival days, 13...

02.11.2018
Rubric: Grant news
Subject: Culture

Minsk is hosting the 4th International Youth Forum European Youth for Peace! from the 15th of May until 22nd of May, 2018. The Forum is initiated by the International Pedagogical Club under the guidance of Ministry of Education of Belarus and with assistance from the Russkiy Mir Foundation. ...

17.05.2018
Rubric: Grant news
Subject: Education

From Pushkin to Pasternak bilingual textbook has been published by Vigdis Finnbogadottir Institute of Foreign Languages. The textbook is meant for Icelandic students listening to the course of lectures in Russian literature of the 19th – 20th centuries. The book provides a comprehensive cultural - historical view on...

26.04.2018
Rubric: Grant news
Subject: Russian Language

Gorniy Svet Charity Foundation assisting creative initiatives, projects and arts with support of the Russkiy Mir Foundation, Imperial Orthodox Palestine Society and the Moscow Patriarchate’s Department for external church relations have completed production of the film titled Return to the Promised Land. ...

21.02.2018
Rubric: Grant news
Subject: Religion

Russian Center of Science and Culture opened the exhibition dedicated to Russian writer of 19th century Ivan Turgenev in Madrid on February 1st. The exhibition is supported by Russkiy Mir Foundation. Photographs and letters from The State A.S.Pushkin Museum museum collection present day-to-day life of the writer, his relations with French-Spanish singer Pauline Viardot, his literary taste and hobbies....

01.02.2018
Rubric: Grant news
Subject: Culture

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