MUSEUM FOR EVERYONE: DAY OF INCLUSION IN THE MUSEUM OF RUSSIAN IMPRESSIONISM Automatic translate
On December 1 and 2, 2018, the Museum of Russian Impressionism, in the framework of the all-Russian inclusive campaign “Museum for All!”, Conducts a free master class of the artist Natalia Kutsenko in sign language with translation, organizes an open dance lesson with the premiere of the performance “Tenderness” with participation for blind people and offers to attend the poetic and jazz performance “Silver Age” from students of the theater school “Inclusion” and the jazz band Evgeny Grechishchev.
Especially for the exhibition “David Burliuk. A word to me! ”Artist Natalia Kutsenko prepared a special program. Each lesson is an experiment. On Saturday, December 1, at 16:30, Natalia will hold a free master class in Russian sign language for the deaf and hard of hearing “Write like Burliuk!”, In which everyone can participate - there will be a translator from sign language in the lesson.
Participants will be invited to write paintings in several styles that David Burliuk owned: pointillism, impressionism, Fauvism, expressionism and futurism. Beginning artists will sit down at the easels and, after a little immersion in the subject, using acrylic paints, will write still lifes. And in the final, they will take pictures as a souvenir.
On Sunday, December 2, a rich program awaits visitors. At 11:30, choreographer and teacher Katya Zaitseva with “lights” from the Mayak dance company (as Katya calls her students) will share her experience in teaching modern dance to blind people. Anyone can learn how the ordinary lesson goes, what techniques and techniques the work in the room is filled with, feel the warm atmosphere in the lesson, which has the potential to reveal creative potential. Toward the close of the session, the premiere of the first dance performance “Tenderness” will be held, which Katya Zaitseva and the guys from the Mayak dance company have been preparing for three months.
At 15:00, everyone is waiting for the poetic-jazz performance “Silver Age”. For one evening, the exhibition space “David Burliuk. A word to me! ”Will turn into a salon of the beginning of the last century, filled with poems and music. At the performance of the students of the theater school “Inclusion” and jazz band Evgeny Grechishchev, actors of various perceptual spectra (deaf, deaf-deaf and with mental features) will broadcast poetry through voice, sign language and fingerprint, creating a special unifying space in which many of us are ordinary lives are extremely rare or not present at all.
Since its opening in 2016, the Museum of Russian Impressionism has been creating an accessible environment for all groups of visitors and is constantly expanding its inclusive museum program. Today, the museum hosts a variety of activities for people with hearing, vision, and autism spectrum disorders. The museum creates a barrier-free environment in the exhibition halls for visitors on wheelchairs, and the main collection is complemented by tactile bas-reliefs and aromas specially selected for each painting. The museum application is equipped with a sign language video guide and audio guide with tiflocom commenting. And for the inclusion days this year, new tactile copies of the paintings will appear in the halls of the museum, where a temporary exhibition is held.
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