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APPLICATION DEADLINE - 31 JULY 2017
They are images of pain and damage inscribed with the sound of forbidden pleasure; fragile photographs of the interiors of Soviet citizens layered with the ghostly music they secretly loved; they are skin-thin slivers of DIY punk protest...
If you’ve never studied Russian before, this is your chance to reach conversational survival level in just two weeks. Study in a small group with native speaker, qualified teachers, and a specialised coursebook. Lessons are 10am-3pm, Monday to Friday from 24th July – 4th August. Enrol before the 1st of June and get a discount of £50 off the cost of the course.
Join musician Stephen Coates and photographer Paul Heartfield of the X-Ray Audio Project in a special evening ahead of the opening of their exhibition Bone Music at Garage Museum of Contemporary Art in Moscow. Stephen will tell the astonishing and haunting story of the Soviet bootleggers with words, images and film followed by a demonstration of the incredible art of cutting music to an x-ray from a special live performance using a 1950s recording lathe. In English.
Выдающийся московский историк Александр Можаев расскажет о путешествии Кэролла в Москву, Петербург и Нижний Новгород 1867 года, основываясь на архивных фотографиях мест, описанных в дневнике путешественника. Accompanying our present exhibition of illustrations of Lewis Carroll by Russian artist Yuri Vashenko, celebrated Moscow architectural historian Alexander Mozhaev will talk about Carroll's journey to Moscow, St.Petersburg and Nizhny Novgorod in 1867, based on archival photographs of the places described in the traveller's diary. In Russian and English. This event is part of our current exhibition "Geometry of Nonsense".