HTS represented at Russian Art Conference at Dartmouth College
Deacon Vladimir Tsurikov, Dean of Holy Trinity Seminary and Director of Archives, participated at a conference entitled Russian Art and Russian Studies in America, 1917-1945. A Symposium, hosted by the John Sloan Dickey Center for International Understanding at Dartmouth College, in Hanover, N.H. The conference was held from Thursday, October 2 through Saturday, October 4, 2008.
The symposium was divided into an opening session, and sessions devoted to The View from Hanover, A View from New England Collections, A View from Mid-Atlantic Collections, A View from Points West, Views From Europe, and a discussion session devoted to The Next Stage. Participants of the conference were invited to tour the museum’s exhibit "European Art at Dartmouth: Highlights of the Hood Museum of Art", as well as a special exhibition of objets from the Ralph S. Bartlett Collection.
Deacon Vladimir Tsurikov’s paper explored Romanov Provenance in the Jordanville Collections, and dealt primarily with the holdings of the Seminary’s museum, especially items donated by Princess Vera Konstantinovna, and Grand Duchess Kseniia Aleksandrovna, and their provenance.