Russian Minister of Culture Vladimir Medinsky opened the exhibition "The territory of Culture"



Today, December 14, in Marble Hall of Russian Museum of Ethnography there was the opening of interactive ehxibition "The territory of Culture" . Minister of Culture Vladimir Medinsky and other foreign ministers of culture took part in the event


Within the framework of IV St.Petersburg international cultural forum there was the opening of exhibition which tells about the achievements of Russian culture in recent 15 years. The exposition includes 12 touch screens, every of them is introduced by one of the departments of Minister of Culture.


There are infographics and other visual materials, which demonstrate the work done by the Ministry since 2000. A special attention is given to future plans: some models let see how restored historical buildings and new touristic directions will look like.


Models of “science and education”, “art and folk art”, “cultural heritage” and other departments are featured with special touchscreens. Guests with great pleasure set slides in motion and performed "restoration" of the old Russian buildings. A common presentation style is made in a combination of modern technology with a historic design.


The main purpose of the exhibition “The territory of Culture” is to demonstrate modern achievements of Russia in the sphere of culture, to introduce them as constantly developing project as well as to show the audience “the way to the future” with the denotation of cultural development directions in 2016.


In a solemn atmosphere Minister of Culture Vladimir Medinsky with his foreign colleagues opened the interactive exhibition and closely examined all the stands. High-ranking guests underlined the significance of such projects for closer acquaintance with achievements in the sphere of culture. A special attention Minister of Culture gave to the development of military-patriotic movement in Russia. Participants of the Forum also noticed innovative and progressive technologies used in modern museum projects.