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23.06.2021 The exhibition of artists Zhanar Nuketayeva and Gulnara Kunayeva "Two souls, two elements ...".

The Central State Museum of the Republic of Kazakhstan on June 23, 2021 at 15.00 opens an exhibition of artists Zhanar Nuketayeva and Gulnara Kunayeva "Two souls, two elements ...".

Zhanar Nuketaeva – a psychologist, Ph.D. in Philosophy, graduated from Leningrad State University.

Gulnara Kunaeva – a philologist, graduated from Kazakh State University. Honored Worker of Culture of Kazakhstan.

The exhibition of artists Zhanar Nuketayeva and Gulnara Kunayeva "Two souls, two elements ...".The exhibition "Two Souls, Two Elements..." brought together two completely dissimilar artists working in unique techniques. The life paths of these two wonderful women, who have chosen as a priority the spiritual expression of themselves through art, are also different.

But there is one peculiarity in the creative work of the masters, which made it possible to combine their works of art in a joint exhibition with the symbolic title "Two souls, two elements...". The object of close attention of artists and the subject of their depiction is nature, its elements and manifestations.

Water and water surface, moving water streams and everything connected with them is the favorite theme of Zhanar Nuketayeva's works. She is similar to herself one of the elements of nature – the same mobile, changeable and unpredictable. Zhanar has been engaged in creativity since 2003. She studied silk-screen printing with masters from different countries: Indonesia, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Saudi Arabia. She is fluent in the techniques of cold and hot batik. In her works, the master reflects her vision of the culture and traditions of different peoples and countries with which she met.

Gulnara Kunaeva came to the decision to engage in creativity quite consciously and purposefully. She decided to realize her desires and try herself in painting in 2014. Trees, flowers, the sea and the moon – the artist does not limit himself in choosing a theme. Gulnara Kunayeva's paintings are positive energy and a riot of colors. They will serve as a great addition and a bright spot for any modern interior.

The Central State Museum of the Republic of Kazakhstan invites you to the exhibition! On the opening day, a raffle drawing will take place by Zhanar Nuketaeva.

The exhibition will last till July 7, 2021.

21.06.2021 The exhibition "Armin Vambery - Hungarian Explorer of the Turkic World"

On June 21, 2021 at 15.00, the Central State Museum of the Republic of Kazakhstan together with the Consulate General of Hungary in Almaty will open the exhibition "Armin Vambery - Hungarian Explorer of the Turkic World"

The exhibition "Armin Vambery - Hungarian Explorer of the Turkic World"The exhibition was prepared on the basis of materials from the Oriental Collection of the Library of the Hungarian Academy and is dedicated to Armin Vambery - researcher, academician, professor, founder of the Hungarian Geographical Society, collector-bibliophile, one of the founders of Turkish and Persian manuscript collections.

Armin Vambery (1832-1913) - was born in Hungary into a Jewish family. From childhood, through self-study, he learned many Eastern and European languages, which allowed him to achieve great results in scientific activity. He began his career in Istanbul, where his first book, The German-Turkish Dictionary, was published.

Vambery became famous in the eyes of the Hungarian public as a scientist-traveler. Traveling around Central Asia, he collected a large number of unique and valuable ethnographic and linguistic materials on the Turkic peoples, thanks to which he became an expert in the field of Turkic philology and a world-renowned orientalist, recognized as an expert on the Turkic world.

The exhibition consists of 9 thematic blocks that reveal the life and scientific activity of the scientist: "Armin Vambery – Hungarian explorer of the Turkic world" (1832-1913), "Thorns, poverty and suffering", " By teaching, we learn", "We need to find a solution", "On Persian soil", "In tattered clothes of a dervish", "My Tatar friend "," Scientist among scientists "," I saw three continents. "

The program of the event: an official opening of the exhibition, speech of the Director of the Central State Museum of the Republic of Kazakhstan - Nursan Alimbay, Consul General of Hungary in Almaty - Ferenc Blaumann; an orientalist historian, professor, academician of the National Academy of Sciences of the Republic of Kazakhstan - Kumekov Bulat Eshmukhambetovich; musical performance by students of school №154.

The exhibition is organized with the support of the Ministry of Foreign Economic Relations and Foreign Affairs of Hungary and the Budapest Permanent Mission of the Turkic Council on the occasion of the 9th Summit of the Turkic Council planned in Turkestan.

The exhibition will last till July 12, 2021.

17.05.2021 The international photo exhibition «Islam and Humanity: Yesterday, Today, Tomorrow»

N. Nazarbayev Center holds an international photo exhibition «Islam and Humanity: Yesterday, Today, Tomorrow» on the basis of the Central State Museum of the Republic of Kazakhstan in Almaty

On May 17 of this year at 11:00 on the eve of the International Day of Museums, the opening of the international photo exhibition «Islam and Humanity: Yesterday, Today, Tomorrow», organized by N. Nazarbayev Center for the Development of Interfaith and Inter-civilization Dialogue, together with the Central State Museum of the Republic of Kazakhstan, will conducted.

The photo exhibition, dedicated to the 30th anniversary of the Independence of the Republic of Kazakhstan, is aimed at consolidating society around basic human and spiritual values, forming a tolerant worldview and respectful attitude towards religions and cultures of different peoples of the world.

The photo exhibition will feature photographs that reveal the depth of the spiritual values of Islam, symbolizing peace and harmony, as well as unique artifacts on Islam, provided by the Central State Museum of Kazakhstan, which makes the exposition completer and more interesting.

The opening ceremony will be attended by representatives of religious associations of Kazakhstan, the scientific and expert community, the media, as well as the consulates general of foreign diplomatic missions in Kazakhstan.

In order to strengthen interaction in the field of intercultural and interreligious dialogue at the event, it is planned to sign a Memorandum of Cooperation between N.Nazarbayev Center for the Development of Interfaith and Inter-civilization Dialogue and the Central State Museum of the Republic of Kazakhstan.

The photo exhibition «Islam and Humanity: Yesterday, Today, Tomorrow» will be open to everyone until June 1, 2021 at the Central State Museum of Kazakhstan in compliance with all precautions.

Announcements of the next international photo exhibitions dedicated to world and traditional religions will be posted on the website www.religions-congress.org and on the social networks of N. Nazarbayev Center.

11.06.2021 The exhibition "Let's Win Together!"

The Central State Museum of the Republic of Kazakhstan and the BI Group company on June 11, 2021 will open the exhibition "Let's Win Together!", dedicated to doctors who constantly working in infectious hospitals, as well as to the memory of all those medical workers who were on the front lines in the fight against the Covid-19 pandemic.

"Let's Win Together!"The activities of medical institutions and doctors around the world are aimed at preventing the threat to humanity due to the spread of coronavirus infection, which shocked the whole world. The work of doctorrs who have made a great contribution to the fight against the Covid-19 pandemic, joining their efforts and risking their lives is invaluable. In this difficult time, they continue to selflessly serve their profession and help people. A group of doctors who distinguished themselves during the fight against the coronavirus pandemic were awarded honorary badges for their fruitful work in providing highly qualified medical care to patients.

The exhibition opens with a gallery of portraits of doctors in Nur-Sultan - a project of the photographer Ruslan Mazunin and the company "BI Group" "Men Rizamyn!". These are 101 photographs of doctors and medical personnel of the infectious diseases hospital in the capital. A special place at the exhibition will be taken by photographs demonstrating the activities of the Children's City Clinical Infectious Disease Hospital in Almaty and the Center for Phthisiopulmonology in Almaty during a pandemic.

As part of the project, REMI and Argo donated a set of personal protective equipment to the museum's funds. Representatives of creative professions - poets, artists, musicians, designers and singers also did not stay away from this difficult situation in which the whole world finds itself. The exhibition demonstrates works by Kazakh artists - Georgy Li, Tamara Elfimova and Dzhokhar Ismailov, as well as works by students of the Art Workshop of Lydia Drozdova, the Phoenix children's club, the Inspiration studio of the Turan school-lyceum, reflecting the theme of the fight against Covid-19.

Fighting the pandemic is our shared challenge. And everyone's contribution is invaluable.

The exhibition will last till July 11, 2021.

30.04.2021 The International Photo Exhibition "Successful examples of fighting poverty in the China through tourism development."

"Successful examples of fighting poverty in the China through tourism development."

The Central State Museum of the Republic of Kazakhstan, together with the Consulate General of the People's Republic of China, on April 30, 2021, opens the International Photo Exhibition "Successful examples of fighting poverty in the China through tourism development."

Liquidation of Poverty is the common mission of all humanity. China's experience in poverty reduction is valuable in the development of international tourism. In recent years, the Chinese government has been decisively fighting poverty, emphasizing the harmonious integration of tourism, culture and the social economy. Within the framework of building a society of average prosperity and implementing of Sustainable Development Agenda till 2030, the Chinese government has succeeded in implementing a strategy to end poverty and lift more than 98 million people out of poverty, representing 7% of the population.

The tourism industry, as an important component of China's comprehensive activities, is gradually gaining strength and plays a major role in poverty eradication. The People's Republic of China is making a greater contribution to the development of tourism, agriculture and the revitalization of villages.

The photo exhibition "Successful examples of fighting poverty in China through tourism development" introduces visitors to unique cultural and tourist sites, with various stories and models of poverty alleviation in China on the example of 20 settlements. The materials of the photo exhibition demonstrate how, with the support of state programs, local governments and commercial structures in villages, cities, autonomous regions, counties, settlements, numerous of projects have been implemented aimed at reducing poverty and eradicating poverty.

The media briefing will take place on April 30, 2021 at 16.00

The photo exhibition will last until May 12, 2021.

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