July 27, 2018 the Presidential Library will host the grand opening of the exhibition "Keeping the Orthodox Faith. History of church museums. Marking the 1030th anniversary of the Christianization of Rus’". The exposition in the historical building of the Holy Synod will showcase how for several centuries the church relics have been collected and preserved, why it became necessary to create the first church museums.
July 19, 2018 at 12:00 the Presidential Library will host teleconference dedicated to the presentation of the July issue of the popular science and history magazine “Rodina”. This meeting will unite writers, historians, journalists from different regions of the country - St. Petersburg, Moscow, Yekaterinburg, Yalta and others.
The acceptance of works for the IX International Annual Multimedia Contest "Foreign View" is going on. The contest provides a new nomination - "Russia through the eyes of the Germans, Germany through the eyes of the Russians". Photo and video works are accepted for participation. This nomination will help the people of the two countries get to know each other better, find new friends, and become a kind of cultured bridge between the states.
July 17, 2018 at 15:00 the Presidential Library will host the "Northern Flowers" exhibition opening. The exposition has been formed under the auspices of “Norilsk Nickel” and is dedicated to the 65th anniversary of Norilsk, the world's northernmost city with the resident population of over 100,000 people.
In 2018, the Presidential Library invites you to participate in the International Annual Multimedia Contest "Foreign View". The acceptance of photo and video works begins on April 27 and will last until January 14, 2019. Detailed information about the project is available on the website foreignview.prlib.ru.
March 5, 2018, at 14:00 pm the Presidential Library will host the grand opening of the exhibition "The Way Not Experienced by the Russians Before": to the 215th anniversary of the beginning of the first Russian round-the-world expedition". The exposition, elaborated jointly with the Central Naval Library, will tell about the world tour of I. F. Krusenstern and Y. F. Lisyansky, as well as the history of the development of interstate relations between Russia and Japan in the XVIII-XIX centuries.