The authors of the presented photographs are students, the Department specialists and international students who had practical training and internship at the Department of Northern Studies.
The photo works of the department specialists
Viktor Tomsky, Irina Dranaeva, Larisa Shelokhovskaya are on the main site of
the exhibition and present beautiful nature of Yakutia, Karelia, Murmansk region and the Greenland sea
area: landscape, people, northern cultures, unique flora and fauna. It is remarkable
that Irina and Larisa are young specialists of the Department who were on
exchange within “North2North” student mobility program in Norway and Sweden.
say that the peculiarity of the photo exhibition "Arctic
in the camera objective" is that works are represented by students who
participated in the “North2North” student mobility program. The visitors
admired the northern life and landscape and noted the fresh look of the works.
students of the Department- Jennan Ferguson, Ph.D student from the University
of Aberdeen (Great Britain), Tanja Litmanen, Master of Geography at the
University of Turku (Finland), Lea Silto, Bachelor of Geography at the
University of Turku (Finland), Tuomas Suutarinen, graduate student at the
University of Helsinki (Finland) who also had practical training at the
Department showed the beauty of nature of South Yakutia and central regions of
North-Eastern Federal University opens “The Arctic in the camera objective” exhibition at the “Urgel” Art gallery
Fri, Mar 04, 2011
On March 1st, the first day of spring, the Department of Northern Studies of the North-Eastern Federal University (Yakutsk, Russia) opened a photo exhibition “The Arctic in the camera objective”. The Department of Northern Studies is a young department of NEFU established in 2008.