Venajan tiede- ja kulttuurikeskus Helsingissä
Russian Centre for Science and Culture in Helsinki was officially opened in 1977 with participation of USSR Council of Ministers Chairman Alexei Kosygin and Finnish President Urho Kekkonen. This Center`s activity covers the area of bilateral Finnish-Russian humanitarian cooperation.
Russian Centre for Science and Culture in Helsinki regularly organizes diverse activities aimed at promoting the culture of Russia`s peoples: concerts of Russian folk and dance groups, music bands; meet-the-artist events with famous Russian honoured arts workers; exhibitions of contemporary fine artists; thematic photo exhibition and archival materials of Russian museums; Russian theater performances for adult and child audiences.
RCSC in Helsinki has a specially equipped premises including concert hall (300 seats), cinema and lecture hall (100 seats), as well as music saloon (60 seats).