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21.04.2023 The international scientific and methodological conference " XV Orazbayev readings"

Today, the international scientific and methodological conference "XV Orazbayev readings", organized jointly with the Al-Farabi Kazakh National University and the State Historical, Cultural and Natural Museum-Reserve "Tanbaly", has started its work in the State Central Museum of the Republic of Kazakhstan.

The conference considered issues of ancient and medieval archeology; general and topical issues of ethnic history and ethno-cultural processes; memories and reflections on outstanding archaeologists; field materials of archaeological and ethnographic expeditions; methods of research, preservation and museification of historical and cultural heritage; interdisciplinary methods in historical disciplines; modern methods and approaches in archeology and ethnology; new approaches and innovative methods of teaching archeology, ethnology and museum study at university.

The conference was attended by Doctor of historical sciences, professor A. T. Tuleubayev, academician of NAS, doctor of histrical sciences, professor Zh.K.Taimagambetov, D. M. Kylynchkaya, doctor of historical sciences, professor A. B. Kalysh and other scientists from the University of Hadzheteppe (Ankara, Turkey).


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On February 16, 2023, the Central State Museum of the Republic of Kazakhstan hosted the opening of the exhibition "The Fiery Flame of Afghanistan", dedicated to the withdrawal of Soviet troops from Afghanistan.

 The war in Afghanistan is one of the tragic pages of our modern national history, which will remain in the memory of not only war veterans, but also future generations. For those who survived the hell of the war, Afghanistan remained a deep and unhealed wound in the heart.

Soviet troops were on Afghan soil for a difficult and painful nine years - from December 25, 1979, to February 15, 1989. 

During these years, everything that a person is capable of, that he is able to withstand, has been tested. War veterans know this better than others. They had to drink a full cup of suffering, grief, despair, and difficulties. But they withstood all the tests, showing heroism and courage.

Despite everything, thanks to the friendly work of public organizations, veterans found their place in life and managed not only to preserve the bonds of military brotherhood, but also to strengthen them in civilian life, managed to overcome physical and moral injuries, relying on solidarity and mutual support.

Director of the Central Museum Rashida Kharipova expressed deep gratitude to the veterans of the war in Afghanistan, and stressed that everyone's sacred duty is to honor the memory of the fallen warriors and not forget about the war veterans, taking care of them. Our desire to never repeat the past, to prevent a new Afghanistan, should also be unchangeable and constant.

The event was attended by the Chairman of the Coordinating Council of Veterans and Invalids of the war in Afghanistan Murat Abdishukurov, head of the public movement "Our Home is Kazakhstan" Akbope Abylkassymova, veteran of the Afghan war, chairman of the public organization "Kok Bayrak" Auez Beissenbayev, veterans of the Afghan war Mukan Myrzakulov.

Students of the specialized school-lyceum "Arystan", a veteran of the border service Zamzagul Kenzhebayeva sang songs on patriotic themes.

At the end of the event, the guests visited the exhibition "The Fiery Flame of Afghanistan". More than 100 exhibits were exhibited from the museum's funds. Among them are documentary materials (photographs, letters, testimonies of eyewitnesses and participants of the events), awards and personal belongings of Kazakhstanis who died in the war.

The audience was particularly interested in the military uniforms of Soviet soldiers and officers, as well as their opponents.

The exhibition was prepared with the active participation of the Kazakhstan Union of Veterans of local wars and military conflicts "Combat Brotherhood" and the Union of Veterans of the War in Afghanistan, Almaty.

The exhibition will last until March 5, 2023.

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31.01.2023 a memorial evening dedicated to the 75th anniversary of the outstanding Kazakh writer, playwright, laureate of the State Prize Bakkozha Mukai

On January 31, the Central Museum hosted a memorial evening dedicated to the 75th anniversary of the outstanding Kazakh writer, playwright, laureate of the State Prize Bakkozha Mukai. He was born on January 31, 1948, in the village of Narynkol, Raiymbek district, Almaty region.

In 1971, he graduated from the Faculty of Journalism of the Kazakh State University, and in 1965 he began his career in the Rayymbek district newspaper "Light of Communism" (now "Khantaniri").

In 1970-1988 he worked in the magazines "Bilim zhane enbek (Education and work)", "Zhuldyz (Star)", in the Union of Writers of Kazakhstan. In 1990-1995 he worked as editor-in-chief, head of the Department of the Repertoire Editorial Board of the Ministry of Culture. In 1990 he organized and headed the regional society "Kazakh Tili (Kazakh language)". Member of the National Commission of the Republic of Kazakhstan for UNESCO. He was awarded several medals. He worked as the editor-in-chief of “Parasat (Sanity)” magazine.

Bakkozha Mukai published his first works at the age of 17-18. His creativity is known to the reader mainly from the novels "Zhalgyz zhayau", "Omirzaya", as well as the books "Zhanbyr zhauyp tur", "Omir arnasy", "Akku sazy", "Mazasyz mausym", "Dunie kezek", "Toyat tuni", "Zheti zheli", "Algashky mahabbat", "Yertegidey yertenim". M.Bekkozha's works have been translated into Tajik, Kyrgyz, Belarusian, Yakut, Tatar, Bashkir, Czech, Russian, Uzbek, Karakalpak, Turkmen, Korean. In the Russian language, the books "Vodovorot" (1984) and "White Bird" (1988) were published.

Bakkozha Mukai is also well known as a playwright. More than a dozen of his works have been presented in theaters in Kazakhstan and abroad. Translated a number of works into Kazakh. For the play "Goodbye, my Fairy Tale!" and the book of short stories "Akku Sazy" he was awarded the title of laureate of the Lenin Komsomol of Kazakhstan, the literary prize named after T.Abdymomynov of the Kyrgyz Republic, for the novel "Omirzaya" he was awarded the State Prize of the Republic of Kazakhstan" and awarded the Order "Parassat".

The first word was given to the Adviser to the President of Kazakhstan Otarbayev Malik Nurzha-novich, who arrived at the solemn event on behalf of the President of the Republic of Kazakhstan Kassym-Zhomart Kemelevich Tokayev. M.Otarbayev read out a congratulatory text on behalf of K.Tokayev, where it was noted that "Bakkozha Mukai is an outstanding writer, playwright, well-known publicist, public figure, laureate of the State Prize, who devoted his entire adult life to the development of our national literature and strengthening spirituality. His creative, prose and dramatic works are an invaluable contribution to the golden treasury of Kazakh literature. He once created the Kazakh Tili society in Almaty region, and thereby made a great contribution to improving the status of his native language."

The guests of honor of the evening - Bakkozhi Mukai's brother Akylzhan Seydenuly, poet, playwright, statesman and public figure Nurlan Orazalin, writer, screenwriter, professor of the T.Zhurgenov Academy of Arts, Honored Worker of the Republic of Kazakhstan Smagul Yelyubai shared their warm memories of the writer.

The guests were presented with a musical program prepared by the students of Zh.Yelebekov Republican Variety and Circus College.

At the end of the event, the guests got acquainted with the exhibition dedicated to the creative activity of the writer. The works of the writer of different years, a collection of works in five volumes published during his lifetime, documents, photographs were presented here. Personal belongings could also be seen in the window: glasses, a belt, a commemorative watch donated by the international Kh.Yassavi Kazakh-Turkish University, a pen "Parker", a camera and much more. The dramatic works of the writer B.Mukai, presented in theaters of Kazakhstan and foreign countries, were presented on the poster stand. In particular, this is the tragedy "Omirzaya" staged at G.Musrepov Kazakh State Theater of Youth and Children, the play "Kunde meiram, kunde toy" staged at Makhambet Atyrau Interregional Kazakh Drama Theater, the drama "Haetdan tuigan tun" at the Uzbek Academic Theater, etc.

The museum management expresses its sincere appreciation and gratitude to the Deputy Director General of the RSE "Gylym Ordasy" for scientific work and international Relations Nurlan Seidin for his help in organizing the event.

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03-05.12.2021 Traditional Central Asian exhibition-fair of crafts "Oriental Bazaar"

3 – 5 December, 2021, the Central state Museum of the Republic of Kazakhstan jointly with the Center for decorative and applied art "Bakhyt" hold traditional Central Asian exhibition-fair of crafts "Oriental Bazaar", which will bring together master-artisans from Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Turkmenistan, and Georgia.

 Traditional Central Asian exhibition-fair of crafts "Eastern Bazaar"On the eve of the New Year holidays, visitors will be presented with a wide range of exclusive author's works by craftsmen who create masterpieces of gift and souvenir products: national and branded clothing (household items, bags, jewelry made of silver, nickel silver, gilding and enamel, oriental miniature, souvenirs made of natural materials, amber jewelry, beads, ceramic, felt and silk products, paintings on canvas, birch bark, Christmas toys and many other interesting works.

At the exhibition, you can see exclusive works by artists, masters of Kazakhstan and Central Asia, who surprise with a variety of materials, colors, ornaments, and techniques for making products.

Within the framework of the exhibition-fair, a master class on pottery from the famous Kazakh ceramic artist Aliaskar Musayev will be organized.

The exhibition promotes the preservation of the traditions of crafts and decorative and applied arts and provides an opportunity for everyone to touch the amazing world of folk art and learn skills from the participants of the exhibition in different styles and genre directions.

December 4, 2021 at 12.00 - opening of the exhibition-fair "Oriental Bazaar".

Opening hours of the fair: December 3 - 5, from 9.00 to 18.00

Entrance fee in the museum ticket office.

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