July 18, 2018 – May 17, 2019
On the night of July 17, 1918, Russia’s last tsar, Nicholas II, his wife Alexandra Feodorovna, their five children, and four loyal attendants were led to the basement of the Ipatiev House in Ekaterinburg, Siberia. There they were brutally murdered by their Bolshevik captors. Last Days of the Last Tsar narrates the events leading up to this grim finale and portrays the family whose life and tragic fate have fascinated the world for a century.
October 12, 2016
The Russian History presents a pop-up exhibition dedicated to the 120th anniversary of the coronation of Tsar Nicholas II. Among the displayed objects are the Russian and French editions of Nicholas II’s coronation album, banquet menus, medals, concert programs and tickets, commemorative scarves, cups, popular prints, and a robe from a set of vestments created specifically for the coronation.
August 12 – September 23, 2016
Over 50 Russian Orthodox icons and religious objects from the collection of the Russian History Museum and Holy Trinity Monastery will be on display at Herkimer County Community College’s Cogar Gallery. The exhibition Sacred Images: Icons from Holy Trinity Monastery introduces viewers to the art and history of icon painting, the sybolism of icons and their role in Orthodox worship, and various styles and methods of producing icons.
October 9 – 10, 2015
A pop-up exhibit of objects related to Patriarch Tikhon (Bellavin) is on view in conjunction with the symposium “Saint Tikhon, Patriarch of Moscow (1865-1925): His Life and Times” organized by Holy Trinity Orthodox Seminary. The exhibit features photographs, portraits, and publications relating to Patriarch Tikhon.
October 10 – 11, 2014
Objects and printed materials related to St. Sergius of Radonezh are presented in this pop-up exhibition. The exhibit is presented in conjunction with the conference entitled “The Brightest Luminary of the Russian Land: The Life and Legacy of Saint Sergius of Radonezh,” dedicated to the 700th anniversary of St. Sergius of Radonezh (1314-1392).