The "Music Force" Research Conference of the Museum of Research and Museum (RMM) will be held at the Latvian Railway Museum, Uzaraas 2a, Riga, on November 23 at 10:00, where museum experts will present the latest research on RMM inventory materials. its representatives
This year's annual conference will be devoted to the issue of talks that will encourage them to focus and get insights and discoveries about the process of progress, transformation and development. All presentations highlight the marginal situations and their effects on Latvian culture and its phenomena.
Participants in the conference will have the unique opportunity to hear references to personalities and phenomena that reflect the changes in the history of our folk music and writing. Anita Straume will tell you how Jānis Baltais took the idea of giving Sukova the name of Chuck, while Marian Riggy's Mania crocodilosa exhibition will focus on the years of Knut Skujenieks's imprisonment and pre-recorded testimonies survive ever since and are in the museum's collection.
Ieva Àva will unveil the personality of Victor Criminus and will mention the anecdotal newly acquired manuscripts – anti-Semitic poems after 1940 and the novel "Changing the Guide". Zanda Šumska will take a look at Gunārs Priede's calendar theatrical records, in which he recorded the latest events of the time.
The Inese June art expert will talk about collecting the Latvian quartet with a string that came into RMM stock a few years ago. Ligita Ašme's essay will focus on Eve Pars's watercolor "Sveces", revealing similarities and differences in musical, literary and visual arts. Dzintars Gilba will give an insight into the creative life of the legendary Leonid Wigner, underlining the change in the six different forces experienced by the composer and revealing how the influential political atmosphere influenced the creative activity of the artist. Exciting references to the scene of the discovery of Velga Krill's poetry, the story of Rovfant's mansion and the life story of Brother Hernhundis Krisjanis Pidriks will be read by Ingus Barovskis, Kristians Kuzmina and Ilona Miezīte.
The full program of the conference is available on the museum's website.
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