An exhibition dedicated to the 50th anniversary of the book “White Beam Black Ear” will open in Voronezh. Latest breaking news of Voronezh and the region

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The exhibition dedicated to the 50th anniversary of the first edition of Gavriil Troepolsky’s novel “White Beam Black Ear” will open in the building of the burgher administration (Plekhanovskaya Street, 3) at 14:00 on Thursday, August 26. The exposition was prepared by the Voronezh Regional Literary Museum named after Ivan Nikitin together with the Ostrogozhsky Historical and Art Museum named after Ivan Kramsky. This was reported by the press service of the regional department of culture.

The exposition will include personal belongings of Gavriil Troepolsky, manuscripts of his works, letters, photographs and publications of different years.

The opening will begin with a tour of the exhibition, which will be conducted by the chief researcher of the museum Olga Dvoryadkina. Then the director of the Ostrogozhsky Museum Marina Pilipenko will tell about the beginning of the writer’s creative path, about the years spent in Ostrogozhsk, where Gavriil Troepolsky headed the state variety testing site for cereals.

Local historian Oleg Lasunsky will share his memories of the writer. Chief bibliographer Nikolai Kalinichenko will talk about how the Troepolsky Foundation was formed in the library №32, named after the writer. Julia Borzei, Deputy Director for Educational Work at №102 School, will share her experience in creating a school museum dedicated to Troepolsk. Excerpts from the story “White Beam Black Ear” will be read by Daria Plokhotnyuk, a graduate of DSI №1.

The exhibition will run until October 7. Entrance by ticket.

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