Information and Publishing Department

Information and Publishing Department of the museum as an independent structural unit has been its history since 2001. The department includes editing and translation into Belarusian and English of catalogues texts, guides, programmes and collections of scientific conferences, materials for exhibitions: labels, explication, brochures, press-releases, preparation of promotional and informational products (postcards, posters, business cards, tickets, etc.).

All scientific and educational, and other products are examined by the publishing department of the National Art Museum of the Republic of Belarus with a compulsory language and style editing and proof-reading. A computer design and layout are executed here.

Over recent years the department has prepared a number of publications for further printing in publishing houses:

Album “The National Art Museum of the Republic of Belarus. The Art of the 15th–early 20th”. Belarus, 2004;

Album “The National Art Museum of the Republic of Belarus. The Art of the 1920–1950s”. Belarus, 2006;

Link of Times. 100 Portraits of the 16th–19th centuries. From the collection of the National Art Museum of the Republic of Belarus (made by N.P. Marchenko, N.M. Usova; the introduction author Prokoptsov V.I.). Four Quarters, 2007;

Album-catalogue “The Sculpture of Western and Eastern Europe in the Collection of the National Art Museum of the Republic of Belarus” (author Prokopeva S.I.). Belprint, 2008;

“The Museum of the 21st century: Contemporary Problems”. The research and practice conference materials dedicated to the 65th anniversary of the founding of the National Art Museum of the Republic of Belarus;

“Anatoly Nikolaevich Tychina (1897–1986). My Mіnsk”. Album (author L.D. Nalivaiko; science editor N.M. Usova). Belprint, 2008;

“Mir Castle. The Conception of Restoration and Museumification Problems”. The collection of materials on the research and practice conference. Belprint, 2008;

“Altar Painting of Belarus of the 18th–19th centuries”. From the collection of the National Art Museum of the Republic of Belarus (the introduction author A. Yaroshevich). Colorado, 2009;

The collection of the International Scientific Conference materials dedicated to the 70th anniversary of the founding of the National Art Museum of Belarus. Aladov’s readings “The Collection of the National Art Museum of the Republic of Belarus in the Context of the Formation and Development of the Art of the 18th–19th centuries”, 2009;

The collection of research and practice conference materials “Mіr Castle. The Sources of the Museum Expositions Making”, 2009;

I.N. Panshina. What’s my name for you? “Altiora is Vivid Colors”, 2009;

CD “The National Art Museum of the Republic of Belarus. From the History of the Pre-War Collections. Losses and Restitution”, 2010;

Catalogue “Normandy in Painting (French Painter’s Works of the second half of the 19th–the first half of the 20th century) (originated by Prokopeva S.I). Belprint, 2010;

CD “Patron Saints in Orthodox Painting”;

Album-catalogue “Ivan Khrutsky’s Works in the Collection of the National Art Museum of the Republic of Belarus” (in Belarusian, Russian, French). Belprint, 2010;

The World of Childhood. The Russian Art of the 19th–early 20th century from the Collection of the National Art Museum of the Republic of Belarus, 2011;

The book “Yazep Drazdovіch”. From a series “Famous Painters from Belarus”. Belarus, 2012;

The booklet “Painter and Time” dedicated to the anniversary exhibition of L.D. Schemelev’s paintings and drawings (the 90th anniversary of his birth), 2013.

 The department has six employees: editors, proofreaders, translators, specialists on imposition.

 The head of the department is Svetlana Alekseevna Shukan.

frequently asking questions

Where can I park an automobile?

The closest parking spot is along the Karl Marx Str. (paid parking)

Can I enter in the outdoor clothes?

No, it is not according to the museum rules. Please, leave it in the cloacroom. 

What should I leave in the cloakroom?

All oversized bags, backpacks and packages larger than 30x40x20 cm, as well as umbrellas, must be checked in to the cloakroom or left in the storage room. Bottles of water cannot be brought into the exposition, you can drink water in the lobby or museum cafe on the 1st floor.

Сan i enter the exposition with a baby stroller?

Yes, we welcome visitors in the 0+ age category.