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Festival "Art Prospect" published a program

The international public art festival "Art Prospect", which takes place this year in the Petrograd district, has published a program.

More than forty projects from fifty artists from Russia, the USA, Finland, Australia, Armenia and Georgia were selected to participate in the festival. The theme of the third “Art Prospect” is ecology in the broad sense of the word, from protecting nature to caring for the immediate environment. Many works are designed for a family audience. So, Daniel Poydomani will present giant walking dolls, as well as build a huge inflatable room that visitors can rebuild. Georgian artist Kote Dzhincharadze will build a tent for calm and thoughtful conversations, and Petersburger Peter Shvetsov will erect a tree house.

Program "Art Prospect":

Thursday 25th September

17:00 Festival opening

18:00 Tour of "Art Prospect": conducted by the curator of the festival

16:00-20:00 "Manifesta Cottage"

17:30-19:00 Performance "7 Samurai" ("North 7")

18:00-19:00 "GoroDacha": excursion ("Open Laboratory City")

18:00-19:00 Performance "There Will Be Paradise Tomorrow"

September 26th, Friday

13:00-16:00 Performance "7 Samurai" ("North 7")

16:00 and 18:00 All Sorts of Communities: A Botanical Tour with Leroy Lerner

18:00-19:00 "GorodDacha tour" ("Open Laboratory City")

18:30-20:00 "Public Art from a Global Perspective": panel discussion with the artists of the festival III public art festival "Art Prospect"

19:00-20:00 Performance: "Paradise for an hour" (Polina Zaslavskaya, Natasha Tselyuba).

19:30-20:30 "Performance: Dance Charge" ("Open Laboratory City" / ZavoD)

Saturday September 27th

12:00-13:00 "GoroDacha": excursion ("Open Laboratory City")

13:00-15:00 "GorodDacha Lecture" ("Open Laboratory City").

13:00-16:00 Master class for children (creative manufactory "P.T.H.")

13:00-16:00 Performance "7 Samurai" ("North 7")

14:00 and 16:00 Third Rail Projects Dance Performance

16:00 and 18:00 All Sorts of Communities: A Botanical Tour with Leroy Lerner

16:00-19:00 Performance "There is no rubbish in nature" (Anna Tereshkina, Anastasia

17:00-18:00 Performance Appendicitus Daniele Poydomani

19:00-20:00 Performance "Paradise for an hour" (Polina Zaslavskaya, Natasha Tselyuba)

Sunday September 28th

12:00-13:00 "GoroDacha": excursion ("Open Laboratory City")

13:00-15:00 "GoroDacha": lecture ("Open Laboratory City")

14:00 and 16:00 All Sorts of Communities: A Botanical Tour with Leroy Lerner

14:00 and 16:00 Third Rail Projects Dance Performance

15:00-17:00 Bicycle Parade with Robert Hickman

17:00-18:00 Performance Appendicitus Daniele Poydomani. Place on the map: 17

19:00-20:00 Performance "Paradise for an hour" (Polina Zaslavskaya, Natasha Tselyuba).

20:00-21:00 Video show of the performance "7 Samurai"
("North 7").

Watch the video: Los Polinesios & RedOne Song - Festival Official Video (December 2019).

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