Culture and History
The second lecture on the history of Fine Arts of Kyrgyzstan was held yesterday at the Kyrgyz National Museum of Fine Arts named after Gapar Aytiyev. The lecture was dedicated to the artists-pioneers of the Kyrgyz SSR Gapar Aytiyev and Sabyrbek Akylbekov. Read the full story »
Loki continues his talk about exhibition “Winter” that will be presented at the Central Asian Pavilion at the 55th Venice Biennale of contemporary art this year. This time he has met the authors of the artists work from Tajikistan
And we would also like to remind our readers that this edition of the Alpamysh is based upon H.B. Paksoy’s critical academic edition in English. Go check it out if you’re curious to learn more about the editorial and conceptual history behind the epic. :-)
Although not an official holiday of the European Union, that didn’t stop the European Parliament in Brussels from partying hard to commemorate Nawrúz this year. My friend and colleague Kawa Ahangari, a Kurdish secularist/federalist activist from Iran, has provided NewEurasia with a cache of photos from the event, which saw representatives from across the Iranian-Central Asian world, from Azerbaijan and Iraqi Kurdistan in the west to Tajikistan in the east.
NewEurasia with the joy congratulates our readers with Nowruz bright spring holiday! Our bloggers Loki, Nurzhan Kadyrkulova and Eisenstein has produced small video pieces, dedicated to the celebration of Nowruz in their countries – Tajikistan, Kyrgyzstan and Uzbekistan. We made a short clip from these pieces, and hope, you will like it!
Uzbek children-musicians helps their peers. Each month, on the 15th day, they play a charity concert, which named “Children for Children”. All musicians, who take part in these concerts are the students of the Republican Specialized Musical Academic Lyceum named after Uspenskiy.
Alex Ulko would like to share his opinioins about the status of the three languages (Uzbek, Russian and English) that are going to shape the multicultural life of our society in the future
The concert of classical music was held in the Kyrgyz National Conservatory, where the main actors were Japanese masters of musical art: Akiko Hayakawa, Eto Satiko and the Koichi Inoue Read the full story »
Uzbekistani footbal fans are shocked: authorities has banned painting on faces, hamsters and cats on stadiums, as well as shouting obscene slogans. But fans are allowed to enter a stadium with tickets
Lecture “The history of Fine Arts of Kyrgyzstan: the beginning” was held yesterday, March 13, 2013, in Bishkek. Being a part of the “Meetings in the museum” project, the lecture gave a chance to citizens to have an excursion to the unique history of Fine Arts of Kyrgyzstan. Read the full story »