«Night of Arts 2013″ in Moscow


«Night of Arts» will be held in Moscow on November 3 for the first time. More than 150 of the city’s leading cultural institutions will participate in the event. The new event will bring together the concept and experience of such successful festivals as «Night in Library», «Night in Museum», «Night of Music» and «Night in Park». Musical language that does not require translation will be the main theme of «Night of Art 2013″. The motto of the upcoming event is «Sound brings together».

Within the framework of grandiose cultural festival the largest Moscow museums will present special multimedia projects: unique audiovisual installation in the Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts, special excursion program at the Institute of Russian Realist Art, theatrical performance and a concert at the ZIL Cultural Centre, colorful audiovisual show at the Museum of Moscow and the State Darwin Museum will present audio installation with the sounds of wildlife.

On November 3 from noon to midnight 7 mini-cinemas will show videos and photos about the history of the main buildings of Arbat Street XIX-XX centuries. Visitors will be able to visit the five continents of the Earth with the audio effects of special project «Sounds of a Living Planet» at the Tsaritsyno State Museum-Reserve. Pedestrians will hear screams of gulls, roar of the surf and the noise of ships in St. Andrew’s Bridge. In the Moscow parks will feature audio installations, which represent many hours of sound installations based on recordings of city, nature, voices and transport. Moscow train station will delightpassengers the concerts of contemporary artists.»Night of Arts 2013″ will surprise symphony orchestras in shopping malls, ethnic patterns in the markets, bell ringing of urban churches and many others.
Official website of «Night of Arts 2013″ will acquaint Muscovites and visitors with a detailed program of activities and allow everyone to choose the most comfortable and enjoyable route.
Events will be held on November 3 from 12 a.m. to 12 p.m.

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