In several museums in the Republic of Moldova, today, May 14, cultural events will be organized on the occasion of the European Museum Night. The program will take place from 18:00 to 24:00. Admission to the museums will be free for visitors, informs the Ministry of Culture.
National Museum of Art of Moldova organizes creative workshops for adults and children and classical music recitals given by artists of the National Philharmonic “Serghei Lunchevici”, the Organ Hall, but also by students of the Art School “Alexei Stârcea” and the Republican High School of Music “S. Rahmaninov ”.
to National Museum of History of Moldova There will be choreographic performances by the “Bravissimo” group of the Academy of Music, Theater and Fine Arts, music recitals by the “Cantabile” Youth Choir of the Academy of Economic Studies of Moldova, classical music concert with the participation of the National Theater. Opera and Ballet “Maria Bieșu”, medieval performances, film screening. The artistic program will take place between 18:00 and 23:00.
For visitors who are passionate about reading, Cărturești Bookstore inside the Museum he has prepared several author recitals starting from 18:30 to 21:00.
to National Museum of Ethnography and Natural History, starting with 10:00, will be the launch of the book “Clothing rhetoric: shirt with high” (author Dr. Varvara Buzilă), but also folk programs supported by singers Ioana Căpraru and Mariana Dumbrăveanu, Ensemble “Heirs”, Ethnofolkloric Ensemble ” Ștefan Vodă ”, the students of the“ Alexei Stârcea ”Art School. There will also be performances for children by the Epic Theater of Ethnography and Folklore “Ion Creanga” and presentations of ethno costumes made by UPSC students “Ion Creanga”. The program will last until 22:30.
At the same time, between 10:00 and 18:00, in the courtyard of the Museum will be organized the Fair of Folk Craftsmen, where the creations of the most skilled craftsmen from the Republic of Moldova will be displayed, who will also organize workshops for visitors.
program “Mihail Kogălniceanu” National Museum of Literature begins with watching the movie “Looking for a guard” (screenplay by Vlad Ioviță, directed by Gheorghe Vodă). Afterwards, visitors are invited to the opening of the exhibition “Letter Archive of the Writer Vasile Vasilache: New Entries in the Museum’s Heritage” and the launch of the book “Destinies in Black and White. Another hundred and one true stories ”(2022) by the writer Lidia Bobână. The museum can be visited until 23:00.
“Orheiul Vechi” Cultural-Natural Reserve The program begins with the inauguration of the new exhibition space, followed by the launch of the monograph “Butuceni” by Isachie Bejan, the opening of the exhibition “Vernacular Architecture”, a series of workshops to prepare traditional dishes, a Museum Quest and a unique activity – “palaiOS”, which aims to study the human skeleton. The event will end with a sitting.
to AS-Pushkin House-Museum The opening of the temporary exhibition entitled “Могучий властелин судьбы” will take place, dedicated to the 350th anniversary of the birth of Peter the Great, a painting workshop, a musical program given by the students of the “Alexei Stârcea” School of Arts and poetry recitals.
Events to celebrate museums and museum heritage will be organized in 22 districts of the Republic of Moldova. The local museums will organize creative workshops, open lessons on the preservation, development and promotion of cultural heritage, theatrical stagings, song recitals, poetry, painting openings, competitions, to record the importance of the activity of museum and cultural institutions in the life of a community. Ministry of Culture.
The European Museum Night was launched at the initiative of the French Ministry of Culture and Communication in 2005, and over the years hundreds of museums in European countries have joined, organizing unique events and providing a unique opportunity for visitors to admire museum collections in time. nightly.
In the Republic of Moldova, the European Night of Museums is organized since 2014, under the patronage of the Ministry of Culture.