The museum resources
The Virukoda Museum of Prehistoric Art has two exhibition halls. The primary is reserved for permanent presentation of petroglyphs situated in Russian Karelia Lake Onega. The secondary is reserved for temprary presentation, usually for one summer.
The exhibition halls have room enough to organise small conferences or lectures. There is room for 40-50 persons.
|Expo hall I||Virukoda conference hall|
Siberian Petroglyphs, 2017
Marianne Uspenskaja, 2016, Expo hall I
Renaldo Veeber, 2014, Expo hall I
Eija Temisevä: Stories of carved stones, 2013, Expo hall II
Pekka Kivikäs, 2011
Sahara Stone Annals, 2010
Chant of the Beluga, 2009
Igor Georgievsky, 2008