International online exhibition of children’s drawings “Imagine Your Future Planet

https://sites.google.com/view/imagineyourfutureplanet

The National Chornobyl Museum and the Chernobyl Relief Foundation in the United Kingdom (CRF)  present an international online exhibition of children’s drawings “Imagine Your Future Planet”, created as a result of the international poster competition of the same name, organized by the Chornobyl Relief Fund in the UK in partnership with the Educational and Aesthetic Complex “School of Arts” (Kherson, Ukraine) and the public organization “Disabled Chernobyl Victims” Zemlyaki (Kyiv, Ukraine) dedicated to the 35th anniversary of the Chernobyl disaster.

The competition was attended by 630 talented children aged 10-16 from Great Britain, Ukraine, Bulgaria, Portugal, Hong Kong, Russia, Estonia, China, Portugal, Belarus, Armenia, Kazakhstan, Lithuania.

The exhibition presents 88 best works that received gold, silver and bronze awards from the competition jury.

Have the goodness to visit the exhibition website and see how its future owners – our children – see their planet.

https://sites.google.com/view/imagineyourfutureplanet

 

06.08.2021

WORLD NUCLEAR NON-PROLIFERATION DAY. INTERNATIONAL COMMEMORATIVE EXHIBITION. HIROSHIMA & NAGASAKI. SCORCHED PARADISE. DON’T FORGET.

August  6 – According to the UN decision, World Nuclear Non-Proliferation Day is established.

This memorable sad date annually takes us to the tragic events of 1945 in the Japanese cities of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, which marked the beginning of a new era in human life that experienced the horrific consequences of the destructive power of nuclear weapons.

Hiroshima Memorial Peace Ceremony is held in Japan on this day. The Chornobyl National Museum opens the International Commemorative Photo Documentary Exhibition. HIROSHIMA & NAGASAKI. SCORCHED PARADISE. DON’T FORGET.

Japanese museums joined to the creation of the exhibition:  Hiroshima Peace Memorial Museum, and Nagasaki National Peace Memorial Hall for the Atomic Bomb Victims,  ANT-Hiroshima (Asian Network Trust) NG), and Okiagari Koboshi Project.

 

The exhibition is united by the sculptural composition “Ashes of the Atomic Age”, by Ukrainian sculptor Astian Rey.

 

The purpose of the exhibition is to help the new generation understand all the horror that the victims of the atomic catastrophe endured, to prevent the world from forgetting the long-term radiation consequences of a nuclear war, to prevent this from happening in the future.

 

FREE ENTRANCE

 

 

31.05.2021

ATTENTION! FROM JUNE 1, 2021 THE MUSEUM RETURNS RECEPTION OF VISITORS! WE WILL WORK WITH COMPLIANCE WITH ALL QUARANTINE REQUIREMENTS: MASK MODE, DISINFECTION, LIMITING THE NUMBER OF VISITORS IN THE HALLS.

For the period of quarantine  (according to the resolution of the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine) to prevent the spread of acute respiratory disease COVID-19, the National Museum “Chornobyl” from June 1, 2021 will work to receive visitors from 10.00 to 17.00 . The box office closes at 17.00. from 17.00 to 18.00 – sanitation, disinfection of the exposition and other premises of the museum. Sunday  is the days off.

Excursion service of groups is carried out only with prior registration and ordering before 2 days by phone +38 044 482 56 27 or e-mail. The group should not exceed 15 people.

Admission of visitors to the museum and further stay in it is allowed only in a mask (respirator). In their absence, the visitor will be denied service. The museum’s exposition can accommodate no more than 20 people at a time with the observance of the mask regime and a distance of 1.5 – 2 meters.

If you have any questions, please contact  museum@chornobylmuseum.kiev.ua.

Thank you for understanding!

You can find unique exhibits of the museum collection, interesting stories about Chernobyl events and their participants on the museum’s Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/NationalChernobylMuseum/. Stay tuned for our interactive online exhibitions  www.exhibitions.chornobylmuseum.kiev.ua

 

ONLINE EXHIBITION “SARCOPHAGUS” CHRONICLES. MIKOLA VALITSKY. PHOTO DOCUMENTS OF 1986. INSIDER’S VIEW

A low bow and great honor to the thousands of people who have invested their work, part of their lives to the liquidation of consequences of the Chernobyl disaster

Dedicated to the Day of Honoring the participants of the liquidation of the accident at the Chernobyl nuclear power plant

December 14, 2020 the museum created the online exhibition of unique photographic documents about the hellish everyday life of 1986, full of courage, superhuman tension and dedication of thousands of people, whose names are LIQUIDATORS.

www.exhibitions.chornobylmuseum.kiev.ua

The Author of the photos – Mykola VALITSKY – the liquidator of the Chernobyl accident in July-November 1986, a nuclear worker, who was sent to Chernobyl by one of the enterprises – “mailboxes” of the Ministry of Medium Engineering of the USSR. He was a participant and witness of the construction of the Sarcophagus over the destroyed 4th Chernobyl NPP unit, now he is a member of the National Union of Journalists of Ukraine.

More than 70 exhibits are presented at the exhibition: unique author’s photos, personal documents, Chernobyl relics, which the author carefully preserves for 35 years.

 

02.02.2021

RELEVANT IN QUARANTINE. THE VIRTUAL MUSEUM 3D TOUR

With the latest technology, the museum is open to visitors, regardless of time, circumstances and location.

We invite you to visit the National Museum “Chornobyl” online, without leaving your home. A virtual tour of the museum, during which you can hear even the sounds of our museum, is available on the website of the museum’s online projects at the link

www.exhibitions.chornobylmuseum.kiev.ua

The virtual 3D tour is available for viewing on a computer, smartphone or VR glasses.

Do not limit the time spent indoors, come to us virtually, at any time.