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Maine-based contemporary artist Lesia Sochor's exhibition inspired by the beautiful tradition of intricately decorated Ukrainian Easter egg painting.
The objects associated with Russian tea are tactile reminders of this important tradition and evoke warmth, home, and family.
Russian-language tour exploring our collection in depth, second Sunday of each month at 1 pm. Free, reservations required
On view in the Wende’s West Gallery and garden, this exhibition presents work by Dutch photographer Martin Roemers from 1998 through 2009, when he captured the structural and topographic remnants of the Cold War in both the East and West over an eleven-year period.
Exploring the role of visual propaganda in the Communist Party’s seven-decade war against religion (ca. 1920– 1990).
Master icon maker and art historian, Marina Forbes, will offer "The Art of Icon Painting" workshop at the Christ Church in Kennebunk, ME.
How it was that in the eighteenth century Russian mythology was trumped-up in the Western manner? Who wanted it? And where did we get Lel, Yarilo and Zimtserla? We explain everything you'd want to know about Russian fakelore.
Why is Georgian food so popular in Russia? Turns out there's more to it than deliciousness.
A comprehensive listing of resources, online and off, for researching your Russian roots, courtesy of Ginny Audet.
The body of Joseph Stalin was removed from the mausoleum on Red Square on October 31, 1961. It may not be as spooky as Halloween, but the former leader still haunts Russia today.
A look at how the Jesuits, Pope Francis, and Georgetown University all share an interesting connection to Russia.
Recounting a 2008 meeting with activist Alexei Navalny, before he rose to prominence.
Russian Life is a publication of a 30-year-young, award-winning publishing house that creates a bimonthly magazine, books, maps, and other products for Russophiles the world over.
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