The State Russian Museum of Photography invites Nizhny Novgorod residents to take part in master classes and competitions dedicated to the celebration of the New Year. 6+ Until December 23, everyone can try their creative powers in the PF New Year's postcard competition. The postcards have a variety of themes: comic, with the image of the symbol of the year, or the best photo taken over the past year. Works are accepted by e-mail: [email protected] The results of the competition will be announced on December 25. The winners will receive gifts, and the best works will be posted on the museum's website. Until December 25, you can take part in New Year's online quizzes on the museum's website. Participants who send the largest number of correct answers will receive sweet gifts and memorable prizes. On December 25, the Russian Museum of Photography will present the online project "Christmas and New Year's Cards". Nizhny Novgorod residents will learn how the holiday cards have changed over time. The exhibits are presented from the fund of the institution and from private collections. From December 25 to December 29, everyone can become participants in the "Museum Workshop" and make Christmas angels from ribbons, toys from gloves, a fabulous city from cardboard and Christmas tree garland, pictures from plasticine with their own hands. Master classes will be available on the institution's website and social networks. On December 31, the Russian Museum of Photography invites Nizhny Novgorod residents to take part in the "Moments of the Outgoing Year" competition. Photos taken on December 31, 2020 are accepted for the competition. Works can be sent to the museum's mail [email protected] until January 1, 2021 inclusive. The best works will be included in the final photo exhibition on the museum's website, and the winners will receive commemorative prizes. Recall that until June 2021, the institution is closed for large-scale reconstruction in preparation for the 800th anniversary of Nizhny Novgorod. The exposition activity of the Russian Museum of Photography continues in the exhibition halls of the library. A. S. Makarenko in the Avtozavodsky district of the city and the Central Library of Dzerzhinsk.