Joint projects

 

Virtual projects

Oceanographic museums in Russia, Germany, Lithuania and Poland located in the South Baltic region together with their scientific partners presented by Stralsund University of Applied Sciences and Szczecin University have developed an informational and communicative tool for the oceanographic museums – BalticMuseums 2.0 on-line platform. Here a visitor can find information about exhibitions and sea inhabitants, panoramic photographs and virtual tours as well as photo galleries. The platform is multi-lingual and presented in Russian, English, German, Polish, Lithuanian and even Chinese languages. Having surfed this platform you would like to visit a museum for real! You should just decide what museum you’d like to go: Lithuanian Sea Museum (Klaipeda), Museum of the World Ocean (Kaliningrad, Russia), German Oceanographic Museum (Stralsund) or Gdynia Aquarium (Poland).

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Exhibition projects

 

Exhibitions in Russian museums

 

Exhibitions abroad

Sea Creatures in Old Engravings (January-May 2011) and Traditional Shipbuilding (August 2012 at the Lithuanian Maritime Museum)
 

Large international exhibition projects

  • BOOT Yacht Festival (Düsseldorf, Germany, 1996)
  • EXPO-98 Lisbon World Exposition (Portugal, 1998)
  • Intermuseum International Museum Festival (Moscow, since 1999)
  • Brest-2012 Festival of Sailing Ships (Brest, France, 2012)
  • Danges Flotilla International Parade of Historical Boats (Klaipeda, Lithuania 2012)
  • EXPO-2012 Yeosu World Exposition (The Republic of Korea, 2012)
  • The Ocean International Integrated Exhibition (Moscow, since 2011)

 

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