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Cycle «Literary Evenings». Dmitri Rubanik: «A Bit of Infinity»

On the 15th of March the library hosted a meet-an-artist event called «A Bit of Infinity» as part of the library cycle «Literary Evenings». The guest of the event was Dmitri Rubanik, an artist and poet, the author of three collections of poems: «Just poems» (2002), «Loneliness by default» (2006) and «Nothing is too much» (2010). At the event the guest made the audience familiar with some of his verses that either had appeared in his books or had been published in the literary almanac «Ratusha» («Town Hall»). Some of Dmitri Rubanik's poems were devoted to poet David Symanovich, whom Dmitri Rubanik considers to be his mentor.

Along with Dmitri Rubanik was his daughter Masha, who also read a couple of verses written by his father.

This meeting was also an opportunity for Dmitri Rubanik to share his knowledge of the local lore. He presented to the public eye a movie about long lost churches and temples that once had been standing on Vitebsk land. Dmitri Rubanik said that he had visited all those places with his family, and claimed that he could provide an in-depth presentation of every single one of those temples – a statement that drew a great attention of students from Vitebsk Theological Seminary who were among the participants of the event.

The literary meeting was also attended by writer Sergey Rublevski, and poet and translator Vladimir Popkovich. They both wished Dmitri Rubanik to keep on writing good verses and publishing new books.

 

  • Dmitri Rubanik
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    Dmitri Rubanik
  • Mahsa Rubanik
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    Mahsa Rubanik
  • Sergey Rublevski
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    Sergey Rublevski
  • Vladimir Popkovich
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    Vladimir Popkovich
  • Participants of the meeting
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    Participants of the meeting