Henry Luce III Center for the Arts & Religion in Washington, D.C., previously closed because of the pandemic, has organized an exhibition of works by some of the world's most celebrated calligraphers.
Léon Barho, Professor at the University of Sharjah in the United Arab Emirates, former Reuters correspondent and AP staff columnist, has become an academic after retiring from international news reporting.
The work of our old friend and permanent author of the Museum of Calligraphy is dedicated to marine topics, where one can see how calligraphy highlights a hull and sail flying in the wind, describes the life of a ship visually and artistically, and gives some information about a certain event.
Calligraphy has its own geometry and its own artistic elements. It is not just a strict adherence to lines, but also a creative process; it means searching for a compromise between rigid geometry and graceful calligraphy.
The writing of the People of the Book has been living and evolving for over three thousand years. Empires and eras have changed, but the small Jewish people have cherished their culture, in which the dialogue between the Creator and man, inscribed in the Biblical scrolls of Holy Scripture, takes centre stage.
We are pleased to present new works by Varvara Panteleeva, a wonderful calligrapher.
Artem Lebedev is a calligrapher and a permanent teacher at the National School of Calligraphy.
On behalf of the team of the World Calligraphy Museum I wish you a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!
The employees of the Oka National Biosphere Reserve and The Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment of the Russian Federation visited the World Calligraphy Museum in Orekhovo. Alexey Kharyutkin, Deputy Director of the Museum, gave a fascinating tour around the Museum exposition.
Volunteers of Sokolinaya Gora Educational Center, school 429 in Moscow, visited the World Calligraphy Museum situated in the village of Orekhovo. Alexey Shaburov, director and founder of the museum, gave a guided tour of the museum exposition and a lecture on calligraphy to his guests.
In this hall you can see a model of “Yury Dolgorukov’s Ancient Wooden Moscow”. This is the work of the National Artist of Russia Viktor Bakharev.
Every year, historians from various regions of Russia gather in Belgorod to discuss the latest studies on the history of the 17th century, focusing on such a historical phenomenon as the Belgorod Defense Line.
On November 6, 2022 Naila and her colleagues visited the Museum of World Calligraphy in the village of Orekhovo, Ryazan Oblast.
Pomorye News report about the meeting with artist Liliya Slavinskaya after her return from the Arctic expedition on Mikhail Somov ship in the Northern Sea Museum.
On November 1, the 100 Russian Compasses exhibition opens at the Marine Fleet Museum. It will feature compasses from the collection of Mikhail Ivanov, the founder of Russia’s first Museum of Magnetic Compasses.
We invite public authorities, representatives of the museum community, historians and regional ethnographers, tourist organizations and guides to the roundtable.
Through your intellectual and financial support, up to the moment we have published the 8th issue of the Private Museums of Russia magazine, covering the most interesting stories of museums from different parts of the country, telling about new members of the Association, about private museums, behind each of which there are extraordinary people, real enthusiasts of their work. In the beginning of the year we also published the 3rd edition of the catalogue of the Association of Private and People's Museums of Russia, which by that time had brought together about 600 private and folk museums of our country.
Welcome to the opening of a new exhibition «OK. The image of the horse» that will take place on October, 21 (Friday) at 19:00.
On September 10, 2022, a Grand Opening ceremony of the Museum Complex was held in the village of Orekhovo, Ryazan Oblast.
The National School of Calligraphy announces the enrollment to the calligraphy course for children. The classes will start from the end of October/the beginning of December, 2022, and will be held each Saturday.
On September, 24, Prime Minister of the Government of the Russian Federation Mikhail Mishustin signed a decree awarding prizes of the Government of Russian Federation in the field of tourism for the year 2022.
The National School of Calligraphy is happy to announce that the enrollment for the Online Pointed Pen Course is now open.
The private family Museum of Millstones near Veliky Novgorod on August 14, 2022, held a seminar and practical training for creative and initiative people from the Chudov district, Novgorod region on behalf of the training program “Forge a wheel spindle, Oskui!”, supported by the Presidential Foundation for Cultural Initiatives.
Calligraphy is the art of both ideal writing and an ideal soul.