Employees of Russian institutions of culture launched the "bored" quarantine flashmobPictolic
Russian cultural institutions — libraries, museums, theatres and art galleries are closed on quarantine. Their employees launched the "bored" flash mob, to show how they lack of visitors, viewers and readers. It's funny and a bit sad the campaign, which sheds light on some of the features of our "culture lovers".
At the origins of the flash mob stood Krasnoyarsk Pushkin theater, which is on their official pages in social networks posted a picture of bored employees with a touching and funny signs. The idea came artists like and now we can see many similar photos taken in different parts of Russia.
It turns out that the Krasnoyarsk theater-goers came to the temple of Melpomene not only to touch the beautiful, but also to photograph the chandelier in the lobby.
The cloakroom Krasnoyarsk Museum of local lore is not enough aristocrats who ask her hangers for your clothes.
Stocks pellets Kursk Museum of local lore are now safe, but no joy in my soul.
Not trying more smoke and inspect the inside of the old cabin in one of the halls of the Museum.
Employees of Kurgan art Museum miss merry pirates, which had periodically removed from rope ladders one of the installations.
And mischievous for fans of modern painting, fighting in the halls of the Museum on the bean bags.
In the Krasnoyarsk Opera and ballet theatre is no longer necessary to Wake up after the play burnt by the experiences of the audience.
In the lobby of the theater no one is attacking more a huge mirror just made for a spectacular selfie.
The Museum "Tula antiquities" nobody admires the odors prevailing in the Russian huts.
Museum-reserve "Kulikovo field" orphaned without their swashbuckling youthful veterans.
Not see there are more and swashbuckling riders trying to get back to basics straight to the Museum.
In the Museum of history of Tomsk will not meet connoisseurs of the sound of ancient artillery.
No, and those who are several times a day risky crashed inquisitive head in Museum showcases.
In the Krasnoyarsk regional Museum takes a break from the obsessive petting the deer.
Generally, no more cares for the innocent victims of animals from a rich exhibition of the Museum.
We can only hope that quarantine measures will not last long and soon the museums, libraries and theatres will once again be filled with noisy crowd of cheerful and resourceful visitors.