NEW PUBLICATIONS ABOUT KAZAKH ART PRESENTED
Two new art publications have entered circulation in Kazakhstan. The circulation of the choreographic magazine "ArtsAcademy" is 5,000 copies. It is published in the Kazakh, Russian and English languages. This is the first Kazakhstani specialized publication in the field of dance art. Leading world experts are part of the magazine's editorial board, which is headed by the rector of the Kazakh National Academy Altynai Assylmuratova. The publication’s first issue consists of 15 articles falling under "Choreography", "Ballet", "Theater" and "Music" columns.
ARYSTANBEK MUKHAMEDIULY, KAZAKH MINISTER OF CULTURE AND SPORTS:
- The new edition will promote the development of choreographic art and will be recognizable internationally. I think this publication will eventually become an excellent platform where specialists in the field will be able to share their expertise, as well as share teaching methods and impressions of events in the field of art.
Another new edition about Kazakhstan’s cinematography was presented in Astana. The circulation of ‘Kazakh film: past and present’ edition is 1,000 copies. The book is divided into 4 sections, each of which includes research, reviews and interviews with famous directors, directors and screenwriters. The collection tells readers about Kazakh documentary, feature films, film festivals and cinematography events. The author of the book Nazira Mukusheva is a famous film critic.
NAZIRA MUKUSHEVA, AUTHOR:
- My book features research materials spanning from 1994 to 2016. These are scientific articles and interviews with experts. They describe the formation of Kazakh film industry during the 25 years of Kazakhstan’s independence.
TALGAT TEMENOV, FILMMAKER:
- There are many researches about Kazakh cinematography. I am glad that Nazira Mukusheva published her book in Kazakh language. I hope that her work will become a fundamental edition about Kazakh film industry.
In the near future, the publication will be translated into Russian and English languages, which will let more readers learn about Kazakh film industry.