Article Archive for Year 2013
The next story from NewEurasia’s Kazakhstan Workshop series. We continue to publish works of our best students. Today we are proud to present Saule Kultaeva.
On November 24th Russian Drama Theater after Vladimir Mayakovsky , in Dushanbe has hosted a rock concert by “Zafar ” music band. Guys performed a variety of songs on the Pamiri language .
Musical-educational concert “Music is the soul of nation” was held on November 24 at the Kyrgyz National Conservatory in Bishkek. Culture of the Korean diaspora in Kyrgyzstan was presented at the concert. Read the full story »
NewEurasia announces a free workshop on arts/culture photojournalism in Osh. Professional and amateur journalists, students, bloggers and civil society activists are invited to participate.
The workshop shall teach participants the fundamentals of photojournalism, both in terms of theory and practice, with concrete examples from the history of the field. Participants will also learn skills in identifying and developing local photo-stories.
The workshop will be held 7-9 Decemnber in English and Russian. It will be conducted by Elyor Nematov, an up-and-coming photojournalist from Uzbekistan who is based in Bishkek.
On November 18th Dushanbe Art Ground hosted a lecture “Social aspects of design. Word is nothing, image is everything” by Georgy Mamedov (Bishkek). The event was organized in the frame of the European Week in Tajikistan. The event gathered journalists, designers, bloggers, artists, art critirs and students.
Photo exhibition on violence against women “Don’t be afraid, don’t be silent” was held between 22-24th November 2013 at one of the shopping malls of Bishkek.
The second Open Central Asia Book Forum & Literature Festival was held between 7-11th November 2013 in both London and Cambridge. Following on from the first event, held in Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan, in 2012, the organisers focused on bringing the works of Central Asian authors and illustrators to the UK to give local audiences a taste of the talent that is emanating from the region.
NewEurasia continue to publish series of best articles of our Kazakhstan workshop students. Previous story you can find here. And today we are present work “Cross cultural seasons” by Asem Ryspaeva.
( “The Onion” – Video perfomance by Marina Abramovich)
On November 17, Dushanbe Art Ground Center has hosted a screening-lecture “Perfomance – art in action” by Faruh Kuziev. The lecture was conducted under the rehashed DADA manifesto “Art is what you can make out of yourself” as opposed to what you can make with something else thereby converging action and image into one inextricable artistic whole.