Please note that the Arsenal has two entrances, passage between two parts of the building is possible only through the Arsenal's courtyard. The right wing accommodates exhibition galleries, cafe, museum shop, children's centre. The left wing - cinema and concert hall, mediateque, lyceum, cafe.
Total floor area - 200 sq.m. The exhibition halls are equipped with modern technical systems for presentation of any form of contemporary art. The halls host exhibitions of Russian and foreign art of different genres and trends (video art, photography, objects, paintings, installations, etc.), museum and interdisciplinary projects.
Specially equipped space for theoretical and practical lessons of the Arsenal + Family and the Arsenal + School programs.
Landscaped and technically equipped yard along the Arsenal’s building. It is used as an open gallery of contemporary art objects, as a venue for various actions and performances. Rails with a moving platform run the whole length of the yard. The platform serves as a stage or as an exhibition structure. The yard is fenced by the longest bench in the city.
Cinema and concert hall
Total floor area – 250 sq.m, 200 seats. It is a multifunctional space for film screenings, conferences and lectures. When necessary, it can be transformed into open space for concerts, theatre performances, fashion shows and other performances.
Library with a collection of books and video, reading room and public space for literature meetings, presentations of new books by their authors, discussions, lectures and master classes. The library's collection includes over 6000 printed publications (magazines, books, catalogues of exhibitions in Russian, French, English, German and Italian languages) dedicated to actual art, video art, architecture, design, literature, philosophy and other spheres of contemporary Russian and foreign culture. Visitors of the mediateque have free access to video archive and art-related Internet resources.
Hall with 60 seats for lectures, discussions, round tables, classes and other public intellectual events.