Focusing on museums is an important way of achieving the educational objectives of the Foundation. The program is designed to engage the museum community in a wide range of activities beyond the traditional ones usually conducted in museums. The program is aimed to promote, sustain and increase individual and collective knowledge and skills of the museum professionals to carry out participatory projects, to build their capacity to advance culture by educating the public about history, heritage, and arts, by provide resource to change social values and develop social skills.Read further
The founders of the Museum of Forgotten Taste in Kolomna. This story began in 2008, when Yelena Dmitirieva and Natalia Nikitina won their first grants from the Vladimir Potanin Foundation’s program «A Changing Museum in a Changing World».
A Contemporary Art Report from Russia is being organised as part of the NEMOSKVA project around the route of the Trans-Siberian railway, beyond the already known cities of Moscow and Saint Petersburg.
The theme of the Russian–Spanish training program: Modern Art for Social Change
On May 30, the Moscow Manege opened the international Museum Guide forum – a platform within the Intermuseum Festival for discussing current issues facing Russian and international museums. The forum is organized by the Vladimir Potanin Foundation.
On November 28, a solemn ceremony of awarding the winners of the Corporate Art Awards was held at the European Parliament in Brussels under the auspices of the Ministry of Cultural Heritage, Activities and Tourism of Italy