Especially for the exhibition, the participants of the Interview School museum project collected and processed the memories of dozens of local residents. Ural artists have transformed them into art, audio, and video installations. The project first passed into the public domain in May 2022 at the the Night of Museums.
The interiors came alive again. Each exhibition room has its own special atmosphere. Once again, they are filled with creativity and imagination, with audacious and sparkling stories of residents, doctors, and patients. Visitors can drop into a greenhouse and listen to a singing ceramic installation. Tour guides will tell you what kind of people lived and worked in the legendary house, what they talked about, what secrets they kept, and why local bakers were enamored of a charming poodle.