Conference Registration Deadline Today is the last day to register for the 2021 Center for Icon Studies conference Collecting Orthodox Art in the West: A History and Look Towards the Future.
Enjoy free admission all day, courtesy of the Nypro Foundation.
Virtual Conference Collecting Orthodox Art: A History and a Look Towards the Future June 11 & 12, 2021 This international conference, organized and sponsored by the Museum of Russian Icons in Clinton, MA (USA), considers why, how, where, and by whom these objects have been and continue to be acquired. Once obtained, how are they classified, […]
The Museum will be closed to the public on June 11 and 12.
Museum of Russian Icons Shop Sale.
Atomic Alert! Confronting "The Bomb" in the New Atomic Age Explores the U.S. government’s Cold War-era efforts to educate Americans about what to do before an atomic attack, how to react to a sudden, blinding flash, and what action to take in the aftermath of a catastrophic blast. Now open in the Museum's Auditorium.
The Museum is closed on Sunday, July 4th. Happy Independence Day!
Virtual Lecture: Living with the Atomic Bomb: 1945-1965 with Curator Michael Scheibach, Ph.D. Saturday, July 10, 1:00-2:00pm FREE, registration required by Friday, July 9. The Zoom link will be emailed to participants the morning of the program. Michael Scheibach, Ph.D., historian, author, and curator of Atomic Alert!, presents a multimedia talk on the impact of the […]
Free First Sunday Sunday, July 11, 11:00am-5:00pm Enjoy free admission all day, courtesy of the Nypro Foundation.
Free First Sunday Drop-in Discussion Sunday, July 11, 12:00pm and 2:00pm The atomic scare influenced almost every aspect of American culture and had a profound impact on comic books and the perception of the superhero. Considered an act of patriotism during World War II, reading superhero comics came under intense scrutiny during the Atomic age, giving […]