The Conference Light in Museum must go on!

The Conference Light in Museum must go on!

2nd International Scientific and Practical Conference "Light in Museum" dedicated to the topical issues of museum lighting will be held in the State Hermitage Museum after the lifting of restrictions related to the coronavirus pandemic.

This decision was made by the organizers of the conference - the State Hermitage Museum, the Scientific and Technical Council of the Lighting Industry in the Russia and the Russian Lighting Research Institute VNISI.

The conference was due to take place in April this year along withthe Lux Pacifica International Lighting Conference, but because of the health threat posed by the spread of the new coronavirus, both conferences were postponed.

In addition, foreign speakers - representatives of leading foreign museums and the international lighting community - appealed to the conference organizers to postpone the event until the time when restrictions on communication between the countries will be lifted and their visit to St. Petersburg will again be possible.

Based on the current situation, the conference was postponed indefinitely, pending a significant improvement in the health and international communications

The organizing committee of the Light in Museum conference and the Lux Pacifica Board expressed confidence that soon the State Hermitage will open its doors to participants and conference guests, and the accumulated questions and tasks during this time will make the scientific and discussion program even more intense and interesting!

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