The warm weather has returned to Moscow and what better way to spend the day than with a good book in a park? This week we are offering hundreds of English language fiction books FOR FREE, thanks to the generous donations of the expat community. Come to AMC to browse through the boxes of free books and take as many as you would like. But hurry! Books are available on a first come, first served basis!
On Wednesday, May 27th at 4p.m., English Language Fellow John Kotnarowski will dedicate his workshop to “Writing Section of the IELTS Exam.” These workshops are for English language teachers/English as a foreign language, and provide a great opportunity to learn new educational methods and share your experience in teaching English.
Welcome to the American Center on Tuesday, May 26 at 7p.m. for a lecture “How to Rebuild Cities”. Professor of Political Science, Dr. Brady Baybeck, will speak on how private and public economic partnerships can help rebuild city/municipal economies. He will use the history of Detroit as an example.
Dear patrons! Please note that in observance of U.S. Memorial Day, the American Center will be closed on Monday, May 25.
Looking for a way to practice your English? Then join us for Conversation Club on Sunday, May 24 at 3 p.m. The club is free and open to all and is a great way to improve your English skills, meet new people and have fun!
Our final meeting is this SUNDAY, MAY 24 at 12:30! We will be speaking about Mother’s Day and the role of these most important people in everybody’s life! Looking forward to seeing both mothers and children for having fun together and celebration with teas and sweets!
Tomorrow! Join us on Saturday, May 23rd at 1 p.m. for a special lecture by architect, Vladimir Belogolovsky. We are pleased to welcome back Mr. Belogolovsky who will speak about modern architecture in the U.S. He is an acclaimed professional in New York City and recently published a book, “Conversations with Architects”. At this lecture, Mr. Belogolovsky will discuss ideas and projects examined in this work, and talk about the past, present and future of architecture.
Join us on Saturday, May 23rd at 11 a.m. for a meeting of AMC Literature Club. This time members of the club will discuss “Lonesome Dove” by Larry McMurtry. Lonesome Dove is a 1986 Pulitzer Prize-winning western novel, which was first written as a movie script, and then transformed into a book. The story focuses on the relationship of several retired Texas Rangers and their adventures driving a cattle herd from Texas to Montana. Join the meeting to share your impression of the book!
Come on Thursday, May 21 at 7p.m. to a great lecture on the art of the Korzhev dynasty – including Geli Korzhev, Mikhail Korzhev and several other family members whose art remains an important part of Russian and American museum collections. Geli Mikhailovich Korzhev is recognized by contemporary Russian art historians as one of the most influential painters of the second half of the 20th century; his work has influenced the style and subjects of two generations of post-WWII Russian artists. Don’t miss this interesting lecture! It will be conducted both in Russian and English languages.
Join us on Wednesday, May 20 at 7p.m. for a lecture by Adam Sadowsky, President, Syyn Labs (Los Angeles). Adam Sadowsky, former Hollywood actor and artist, is a popular TED speaker who presents across the world on innovation. He will speak at AMC about the fun aspects of incorporating engineering and science into the arts.