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Museum of Russian Icons welcomes visitors (safely) back

Press release submitted by The Museum of Russian Icons


Please join us as we reopen the Museum on Friday, July 17, with two new exhibitions and completely redesigned main galleries.

The Museum will operate on a limited schedule:

·    Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays, 11am - 5pm
·    Reservations required for 1.5 hour time slots. 20 guests/time:  11:00am - 12:30pm,  12:30-2:00pm,  2:00-3:30pm,   3:30-5pm

Steps to ensure the health and safety of our visitors and staff will include adherence to the Commonwealth's guidelines for social distancing, mandatory masks, enhanced cleaning, and limited contact between staff and visitors.

To reserve your time call the Museum: 978.598.5000.


The Long Way Home: A photographic journey with Gordon Lankton
267 Days – 24  Countries – 27,000+ Miles

On view through September 27

On November 6, 1956, armed with a camera, maps, passports, C-Rations, a budget of $5.00 per day ($3 food, $1 sleeping, $1 for gas and everything else) and little else, 25-year-old Gordon Lankton left Frankfurt, Germany on an NSU motorcycle and began an adventure that would come to influence the path he would take for the next 50 years. Over 40 stunning photographs, taken by Museum founder Gordon Lankton during this life-changing journey, along with artifacts from the trip, are on display.

Join us for a Zoom Webinar: Exploring the Long Way Home. Saturday, August 15. 
More information and registration 


Tradition & Opulence: Easter in Imperial Russia

On view through October 25

Tradition & Opulence gathers an unprecedented selection of 19th- and early 20th-century material culture related to Russian Easter celebrations, including icons and works by Fabergé, Ovchinnikov, Grachev, Denisov-Uralsky, the Russian Imperial Porcelain Manufactory, Kuznetsov, and Gardner, as well as ephemera and graphic works on the Easter theme. All of these objects were created and gifted in celebration of Easter, the festival of renewal and resurrection and remain connected by a common chronology, a time when tumultuous change was roiling just beneath the surface of Russian society.


Upcoming Virtual Events

  • Zoom Webinar: Icons in the Time of Trouble
    Saturday, July 18, 1:00-2:00pm
    Members free, Nonmembers $5
    More information and registration
  • Zoom Program: Family Icon Comics Workshop
    Saturday, July 25, 10:00-2:00 (Instruction is from 10:00am – 11:00am and 1:00pm-2:00pm with independent work time in between)
    Members $15/family , Nonmembers $20/family
    Appropriate for ages 7-12 but everyone will enjoy this workshop!
    Limited to 20 participants. RSVP by Sunday, July 19th
    More information and registration

Thank you for your support

The Museum has received an outpouring of love during these unprecedented times. We thank all of our members and friends for your encouraging words and financial support. We hope that you and your loved ones remain healthy and safe. Thank you!

The Museum of Russian Icons
 

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