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Festival of Slavic Culture and a performance about Solomon Mikhoels: how to spend a weekend in New York (February 28 - March 1)

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What: Exhibition of Oded Halami

When: Friday - sunday, february 28 - march 1

Where: Yeshiva University Museum, 15 W 16th St, New York, NY 10011

More: This exhibition presents the work of the artist Oded Halami. Born in Iraq, Oded and his family soon moved to Israel, where to this day the artist lives in the city of Jaffa. But at the same time, he lives in New York, which makes him an international brush master.

Halami's lyrical sculptures range from expressive abstraction to a simple but vibrant form. His work reflects the rich, complex history of Jewish heritage in Babylon and glorifies the concept of homeland. The exhibition explores the themes of a popular Hebrew song written in Iraq. The artist draws Hebrew letter forms, mixing the languages ​​of modern art practice and its ancient cultural heritage.

Cost: Free options

What: Festival of modern Ukrainian music

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When: Friday - sunday, february 28 - march 1

Where: Harriman Institute, 420 W 118th St, New York, NY 10027

More: The festival of modern Ukrainian music brought exciting works from the homeland. In addition, guests are expected to have various discussions and seminars with experts who will talk about the directions and trends of music in Ukraine.

Cost: From $ 0

What: Exhibition of works by a Russian-Jewish artist

When: Friday - saturday, february 28-19

Where: Revelation Gallery 224 Waverly Place New York, NY 10014

More: Anatoly Fatakhov, a Russian-Jewish New York artist from Tashkent, works in a bold, clear and accessible post-Cubist form. Already well known in galleries in Italy, Fatahov is becoming increasingly popular in the USA. This is his first exhibition here.

Anatoly first took a brush during his imprisonment two years ago.

Cost: Free options

What: Workshop on Soviet writer

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When: Friday, February 28, from 15:00

Where: Jordan Center for the Advanced Study of Russia at NYU 19 University Pl, Fl 2nd, New York 10003

More: Come to the seminar with John Neumeier, Ph.D. in History from the University of California.

Vasily Shukshin grew up in a Siberian village and became one of the most famous talents of the late Soviet Union. Shukshin won a lot of followers thanks to stories and films with the participation of rural eccentrics and urban people, who were struggling to find individual freedom. His characters enjoyed the beauty of life, but were tormented by the search for its meaning; those who could not find a single one, chose suicide.

The sensation surrounding the death of Shukshin in 1974 led to conflicting interpretations of his legacy. When cultural institutions hailed him as an example of socialist success, some regarded his life as the tragedy of an uprooted Russian peasant.

Cost: From $ 0

What: Lecture "Russian formalism"

When: Friday, February 28, from 18:00

Where: Harriman Institute, 420 W 118th St, New York, NY 10027

More: Associate Professor of St. Petersburg State University (Faculty of Humanities) and Associate Professor of the National Research University of the Higher School of Economics Ilya Kalinin will present a lecture on Russian formalism.

Radical sociocultural transformations made up the style, texture and technique of Russian formalism. Alienation, deformation, the struggle of the old and new genres, the mutual antagonism of successive literary generations, the tension between archaists and innovators - concepts that formed as the terminological basis of Russian formalism.

Cost: Free options

What: Free tasting Armenian wine

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When: Friday, February 28, from 18:00

Where: The Winey Neighbor 679 Washington Avenue Brooklyn, NY 11238

More: APRIS Wines Armenian Wine Store and its owners invite everyone to a free tasting of real Armenian wines. Here you will not only try a delicious drink, but also meet new interesting people.

Cost: Free options

What: Literary evening of the Ukrainian poet

When: Saturday, February 29, from 17:00

Where: Shevchenko Scientific Society, Inc., 63 4th Ave, New York, NY 10003

More: The scientific society of Taras Shevchenko invites everyone to the poetic readings of the famous Kiev poet Nikolai Vorobyov - a member of the Kiev Poetry School and laureate of the National Prize named after Taras Shevchenko. Vorobyov will present two of his new poetic books: “Choir and Flower” and “Drawn Doors”.

Cost: Free options

What: Performance about Solomon Mikhoels in New Jersey

Photo: FLRC - www.FairLawnRussianClub.org

When: Saturday, February 29, from 19:00

Where: Fair Lawn Community Center 10-10 20th St (Kipp St & 20th St) Fair Lawn, NJ 07410

More: The play “The Last Role of Solomon Mikhoels” tells about the triumphant creative life and passionate love of the great actor Solomon Mikhoels. This is a story not of tragedy, but of beautiful love.

Solomon Mikhoels is part of the great Russian Jewish culture, director of the State Jewish Theater, theater teacher, people's artist of the USSR, as well as a prominent public figure, the first chairman of the Jewish Anti-Fascist Committee, who raised $ 33 million in the Jewish communities of North America for the defense of the Homeland.

The play about the great actor was written by the playwright Zinovy ​​Sagalov. There are only two acting characters in it: Mikhoels himself and his second wife Anastasia Pototskaya. From dialogues and monologues, memories and reflections of the work, one can learn a lot about themselves and about the era in which they lived.

The stage reading of the play is performed by highly professional artists Alexei Trubetskoy and Valeria Korennaya, who have extensive experience in leading Moscow theaters. The performance was staged by a graduate of GITIS, a talented director Arnold Shvetsov.

Cost: $ 20-25

What: Chocolate show

When: Sunday, March 1, from 10:00

Where: Cradle of Aviation Museum Charles Lindbergh Boulevard Garden City, NY 11530

More: On March 1, the Chocolate Expo will be held at the Cradle of Aviation Museum. This is currently one of the largest "chocolate" events in the United States. At the exhibition you can try and purchase sweets, bakery products, specialized products, ice cream, a variety of cheeses, wines and other products from more than 35 local, regional and international manufacturers. The Chocolate Expo also offers unique presentations, performances, lectures, demonstrations and celebrity performances.

Cost: From $ 10

What: Festival of Slavic Culture Slavic Festival

Photo provided by the organizers

When: Saturday, February 29, from 17:00

Where: The Plaxall Gallery, 5-25 46th Ave, Long Island City, NY 11101

More: On February 29, 2020, the largest event of the Russian-speaking New York will take place - the Slavic Festival. This large-scale event introduces everyone to Slavic traditions and is a modern interpretation of traditional entertainment, arts and creativity.

The February festival will be dedicated to the beloved old holiday Maslenitsa, farewell to winter and the solemn greeting of the beautiful spring. The main traditional attributes of the holiday are ceremonial stuffed animal, all kinds of fun and various pancakes. Within the framework of the festival, musical and dance groups will perform, the works of artists, sculptors and photographers - immigrants from the CIS countries, as well as theatrical art, Russian cinema and, of course, national cuisine will be presented.

The festival is designed to support young talents and innovation in art, to familiarize and familiarize guests with Slavic traditions, to unite interesting and creative people. Do not miss the largest festival combining your favorite traditions and contemporary art at the most creative venue in New York.

The program includes:

  • Love Birds - Art Performance by Yelena Tylkina
  • Traditional and modern dances
  • Musical and theatrical productions
  • DJ set with modern music
  • Speech of the Belarusian and Ukrainian consuls
  • Fair

More details in Instagram.

Cost: $ 25-30

In addition, interesting events for each day of the week can be found in our calendar. Come, learn, share with friends.

Before the visit, check the organizers website for details and location of the event, as they may vary.

Keep us updated on what's happening in your city. Send information about events for the Russian-speaking diaspora to e-mail ad@forumdaily.com.

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