MOSCOW, 2 June (BelTA) – The Days of Belarusian Culture will be held in Russia on 6-8 June, BelTA learned from the Belarusian embassy in Russia.
The solemn opening of the Days of Belarusian Culture will take place at the Et Cetera Theater led by Alexander Kalyagin, Head of the Union of Russian Theater Workers. After the ceremony, the audience will see the Paulinka production by the Yanka Kupala National Academic Theater. The following day the Belarusian theater will present their production Marriage.
The Days of Belarusian Cinema will be held at the Central House of Cinematographers on 6-8 June. The program includes feature films, documentaries and animation films by Belarusian filmmakers, as well as debut works. In addition, the audience will see the movie I Come From My Childhood directed by the classic of Belarusian cinematography Viktor Turov.
On 7 June, an exposition of contemporary Belarusian art will open in the exhibition hall of the State Tretyakov Gallery on Krymsky Val. On the same day, Belarus Culture Minister Anatoly Markevich is scheduled to meet with the Belarusian diaspora.
The organizers of the Days of Belarusian Culture in the Russian Federation are the Culture Ministry of Belarus, the Culture Ministry of the Russian Federation, the Embassy of Belarus in Russia.