What does the Night of Museums look like at the National Art Museum of Romania

A complex program of cultural and educational activities, which includes film screenings, specific workshops for children and young people, specialized guides is the offer of the National Museum of Art of Romania for Museum Night.

The “Mysteries at the Museum” workshop, organized by the Artelier D Association, which offers children a creative journey about mysteries and revelations in art and literature, inspired by the book “Escape to the Museum” by EL Konigsburg, will take place on Saturday at 5 p.m. 00.

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Also on Saturday, MNAR proposes a series of guides from 17.00 and 20.00 with a route of the statues from the museum’s court of honor, an incursion among important names of artists and themes from allegories and mythological characters, to outstanding personalities of history, after which visitors are invited to the historic spaces where they will be guided in the Royal Dining Room and Throne Room, from 18.00 and 19.00.

Given the context generated by the war in the vicinity of our country, part of the program is dedicated to raising public awareness of denouncing aggression and defending peace, a context in which a series of films will be screened at the Auditorium Hall – “Plai. A Mountain Path”, directed by Eva Dzhyshyashvili (Ukraine, 2020) – from 18.00 and “Children of the Mist”, directed by Diem Ha Le (Vietnam, 2021) – from 20.30. The screenings will be followed by a debate session on the central curatorial theme.

In the Royal Dining Room at the MNAR, on Saturday, at 22.00, the actor Şerban Pavlu will read, for the first time, the monologue “Survivor’s Syndrome” written by the Ukrainian playwright Andrii Bondarenko, a few days after the Russian army invaded Ukraine, “an emotional text that confronts the fears, regrets and guilt of a man in whose country the war began.”

The program will continue with a mini-recital by the band FiRMA, which responded to Radio Romania Cultural’s proposal. The show will be broadcast live on the frequencies of Radio Romania Cultural and on its Facebook page.

The evening of May 14 will end with the guide “Hidden Stories of Masterpieces from the European Art Gallery of MNAR”, supported by the Director General of MNAR, Călin Stegerean, from 23.00.


Source: Jurnalul by jurnalul.ro.

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