Pushkin House offers a range of new learning experiences and opportunities available from 2019.
We are bringing guest experts to the House and providing you with a variety of workshops as part of our ambitious evening and daytime Learn & Participate programme. Classes are of limited capacity to maintain an intimate group experience for all, so begin exploring what’s on offer now and book your place.
What impact did the revolutions have on British literature? This workshop explores Russia’s revolutionary tradition and its 1917 revolutions through the work of Virginia Woolf, H. G. Wells, Somerset Maugham and other icons of British literature.
The Russian Revolution of 1917 changed much more than “just” the political system. This workshop explores modernist innovation in Russian literature and visual art during the 1910s and provides a link between aesthetic and political developments.
This workshop gives versatile insight into contemporary Russian society. Covering politics, economics, demographics, media and civil society. Discover the role of London and what the impact of economic sanctions is on Russia’s elites.
Join us for a masterclass on translation led by Dr. Victor Sonkin and Alexandra Borisenko. In the course of this session, we will have a look at the methods of different translators, and try our hand at a few short texts.