Since 2021 Natalia Popova has been studying at the School of Contemporary Art «Free Workshops». The school was founded by the Moscow Museum of Modern Art for young artists and curators in 1992.
Education based on practice, students work on personal and group projects, receive advices from MMOMA and take part in exhibitions. Students have already implemented a joint project. The exhibition “C-41 process” takes place in the gallery Nazavod from February 15th to 13th.
The Museum and the School provide support to artists at all stages of their studies, as well as after, helping in the implementation of exhibition projects.
“I have never met such a high organization of the educational process anywhere. The teachers are the most famous names in the art world. The organizers are included in every student and the support comes with great empathy and professionalism. Yes, this is just a spiritual place where you are understood, no matter how strange you may seem to the outside world.
Every year, the Moscow Museum of Modern Art hosts the exhibition “Workshop”, which is attended by students and graduates of the School.
Head of the Free Workshops School of Contemporary Art: Daria Kamyshnikova is an outstanding Russian curator and designer.