Albina Dzhumaeva

Leading Expert of the Department of Interdisciplinary Projects, The Pushkin State Museum of Fine Arts.
Master of Arts, Art Manager, a special people relationship expert in the field of museum affairs.

Since 2016, she has participated in the implementation of the Accessible Museum project of the Pushkin State Museum of Fine Arts. Albina took part in the implementation of such projects as Masterpieces of the Museum's Main Building in the Russian Sign Language (video guide, 2017); Inclusive Festival of the Pushkin State Museum of Fine Arts (2017–2020); the Summer School of Inclusive Practices (2018–2020), and The Pushkin Museum for Pupils of Children's Homes and Foster Homes (2017–2020). She is in charge of the entire coordination cycle for off-line and online events within the Accessible Museum program, including the inclusive program of the Fridays at the Pushkin Museum Festival, as well as such events as Long Night of Museums, Night of Arts, Inclusion Day — Museums for Everyone, etc.

Ms. Dzhumaeva is a manager of inclusive programs for temporary exhibitions, such as Facing the Future: Art in Europe 1945–1968 (2017), Renaissance Venice. Titian, Tintoretto, Veronese. From Italian and Russian Collections (2017), Epoch of Rembrandt and Vermeer. Masterpieces of the Leiden Collection (2018), Masterpieces of French Landscape Paintings from the Pushkin State Museum of Fine Arts (2018), Picasso & Khokhlova (2019), Shchukin. Biography of a Collection (2019), Tattoo (2020), Not Painting (2021), and others.

Among all the multi-disciplinary projects she's ever taken part in some are particularly worth mentioning: Elena Kovylina's performance Corridor of Reflections (2019 — in Moscow and 2021 — in Kazan), Tufan Imamutdinov's production There is More than Just a Herring Here (2020, in cooperation with the Inclusion Center and the Meyerhold Center).

Albina Dzhumaeva took part in the research-to-practice conference "Providing Accessibility of Museum Preserves, Parks and Landscape Areas for People with Special Needs and Other Groups of Population with Limited Mobility" in Sevastopol held at the Chersonesos Taurica Museum (2018); the discussion "Building Inclusive Culture: Opportunities and Limitations" in the framework of the parallel program for the Art of Being Exhibition in the National Centre for Contemporary Art (2019), as well as in the seminar and conference "Problems and Prospects of Shaping the Inclusive Environment on Children's Camps and Centers" at the All-Russian Children's Center Orlyonok (Krasnodar Territory) (2020) and the online discussion "Online Education in field of Culture" of the Polytech's project Different People — A New Museum (2021).