The results were summed up at the events of the All-Russian project "Museum Routes of Russia" of the Ministry of Culture of the Russian Federation. Meetings are held these days in the Ryazan region. The developer of the automatic monitoring and analysis system of mass media and social media "Medialogia" presented an analysis of the information occasions of federal museums for 2022. The events that received the greatest response from the media were awarded with special diplomas. The list of leaders includes the museum-Reserve "Museum of the World Ocean", the Tretyakov Gallery, the State Hermitage Museum, the Pskov Museum-Reserve, the State Memorial and Natural Museum-Reserve of I.S.Turgenev "Spasskoye-Lutovinovo", the Jewish Museum and Tolerance Center, the A.V. Shchusev Museum of Architecture.
The museum contest for the best name for an amber nugget was recognized as the information guide of the year. The unique Baltic gem was in the Primorsky quarry of the Kaliningrad Amber Combine (part of the Rostec State Corporation), delivered to the Maritime Exhibition Center of the Museum (Svetlogorsk) in March 2022 and immediately fell in love with visitors. The creative contest to choose the name took place for several weeks and gathered about a hundred options. Following the discussions, the jury members chose the name of the solar stone – "Solaris". It was proposed by Viktor Neiman, an outstanding ocean scientist, Doctor of Geographical Sciences, participant of expeditions to the NIS "Vityaz", corresponding member of the Academy of Sciences.
"First of all, we thank the Ministry of Culture of the Russian Federation for supporting museum initiatives! And, of course, we are very glad that the events of the museum are reflected in the news feeds of the leading media, which, thus, acquaint the inhabitants of the country with outstanding examples of natural and cultural heritage, instill in their audience a taste for life. Thank you for evaluating our work! We will try to continue filling the museum calendar with the most interesting events," said Svetlana Sivkova, General Director of the Museum-Reserve "Museum of the World Ocean".
In total, the social network and media analytics system analyzed 280 museums, more than 1.2 million messages, 80 thousand Mass media, more than 500 information guides.