Open Lecture Hall aims to promote meaningful educational initiatives among the diverse audience of New Holland Island and make learning activities accessible and fun. Themes of the lectures are selected to reflect the interests of different ages and groups. It is a free student pass and an opportunity to learn from experts and scholars from a variety of fields in an informal setting.
Free admission. Places are limited: please register in advance. Please keep a safe distance, wear a mask for the duration of the lecture, and stay home if you feel sick.
October 3, 4 pm
Seance Film Club: Old movies on the big screen. How to watch and show
October 4, 7:30 pm
Garage Museum of Contemporary Art lectures: Anton Ryanov — Inclusion in Contemporary Art: Challenges and Extremes of the New Ethics
October 5, 7:30 pm
Project Baltia magazine lectures: Konstantin Semenov — Iconic Ensembles
October 14, 19:30
Theatre magazine lectures: Marina Davydova — European Theatre Before and After the Pandemic: The Crisis of Anthropocentrism and the New Cosmogony
October 17, 4 pm
Seance Film Club: Yury Mikhailin — Higher Forms festival and its aims
October 19, 7:30 pm
Project Baltia magazine lectures: Oksana Yakimenko — Imre Makovecz, the genius of contradiction
October 20, 7:30 pm
Takie Dela lectures: Journalists or activists: where is the line between engagement and objectivity?
October 25, 7:30 pm
Local Studies: Liza Dolzhanskaya — Okhta, Lakhta and the new stage of the Mariinsky: how and why St. Petersburg is changing its appearance
October 26, 7:30 pm
ITMO University lectures: Ippolit Markelov — Bioart: Levels of Organisation. From the atom to the outer boundaries of the biosphere
October 27, 7:30 pm
Lectures on Academic Music: Marina Monakhova — Playlist of a novice classical music lover or how and where to start listening to the classics
October 31, 4 pm
Seance Film Club: Screening and discussion of Prolonging Life with director Dmitry Falkovich