01 january – 31 december
The program will present the museum’s unique collection of propaganda porcelain to the patrons. The program enrollees will discover Soviet porcelain of the post-revolutionary years, a unique phenomenon of Russian artistic culture. The revolutionary era was a special period in Russian culture and art. In the first months after the 1917 October revolution, the Soviet government appealed to artists, engaging then in the promotion of new ideals. A need for propaganda art emerged, which served as an impetus for the creation of propaganda porcelain as a new form of politically motivated art.
Within the framework of the program, its participants will get acquainted with the collection; photographs and music will help recreate the atmosphere of the time, with its ideals, aspirations and searches. The class consists of two parts: an interactive tour of the Gallery of Soviet Porcelain and a master class teaching you to paint a plate in the style of propagandistic art.
Date / Time: by appointment
Duration: 2 hours
group of up to 15 people + 1 accompanying adult – 7200 ₽
group of up to 10 people – 5200 ₽
group of up to 5 people – 2750 ₽
entrance tickets are purchased on the day of the program