The Eurasian Academy of Arts is an international organisation for research and support in the field of culture and art.
The Academy aims to promote the preservation and development of the spiritual aspect, which is one of the most important spheres of human life. Building a truly harmonious and prosperous society is possible based on spirituality and culture.
In its work, the Eurasian Academy of Arts is guided by the following goals and tasks:
Comprehensive assistance to the development of Culture and Art in the Eurasian community and around the world.
Enhancing the authority of Culture and Art as public and social phenomena in the Eurasian community and beyond.
Participation in the legislative process in order to further improve the legal framework in the field of culture and art, providing state patronage of Culture and Art.
Strengthening and development of constructive interaction among governments, businesses and cultural institutions, philanthropy development.
Comprehensive development and participation in educational activities in the sphere of Culture and Art.
Provision of scientific, organizational and other assistance in the implementation of cultural programs and research projects aimed at development of Art.
Promotion and comprehensive support in the publication of materials, textbooks, reference and educational literature devoted to the development of art.
Consolidation of philanthropists and art community, assistance of the activities of Cultural and Art institutions.
Involvement of prominent cultural figures as well as people, who assist creative projects, as well as members of the Academy on a regular basis in order to unite, share experience, organize cooperation and coordinate efforts for the preservation and development of the Eurasian and world culture.
Honorary Academician of the Eurasian Academy of Arts
Assigning of the title of Honorary Academician of the Eurasian Academy of Arts is the highest form of encouragement for achievements in the field of culture and art, as well as the formation of public consciousness on the basis of spiritual and moral ideals.
It is awarded for outstanding service to the community aimed at the development of culture and art, preservation and enhancement of the spiritual and cultural potential of the people, care for objects of cultural heritage of the Eurasian world and the world culture.
The Eurasian Academy of Arts is developing international activities based on the fact that the language of art is an international means of communication among representatives of different peoples and cultures; it performs an essential unifying and peacekeeping mission.
It is necessary to create a strong creative platform allowing to carry out large-scale international campaigns and festivals aimed at rapprochement of people of different nationalities and religions, and the development of international diplomacy, strengthening of peace and harmony on the planet.
Honoured Member of the Academy of Art, Prague, Czech Republic.
Laureate of the European Art Union.
Associate Professor, Faculty of Painting & Sculpture and Stage Design, Kazakh National University of Arts.
Professor of the Kazakh-Russian University, Chair of Design, Astana, Kazakhstan.
Winner of the Medal of Contribution to the Art in the name of Franz Kafka, Prague, Czech Republic.
She has organised exhibitions in Kazakhstan, Turkey, Germany, Belgium, Moldova, Great Britain, Netherlands, USA, Italy, France, Russia, China and India.
Born in Romania, based in Vienna.
Studies of Classical Archaeology, Prehistory and Philosophy (Vienna and London).
Fieldwork experience on Crete (Sissi, Malia, Knossos, Mochlos) and on the Peloponnes (Midea).
Affiliated to the Center for Cultural Property Protection at the Danube University Krems.
Adviser on issues of cultural heritage protection in Russia, Moldavia, Azerbaijan and Kazakhstan.
Kazakhstani fine art works from Nurlan Smagulov’s collection
On the 27thof September 2018 the exhibition LIFE IN ART was opened at the Forte Bank Kulanshi Art Space showing art works by kazakhstani artists from the personal collection of Nurlan Smagulov, a well-known collector of fine arts from the region.
Art of Great Steppe
Contemporary Art Center ”Kulanshi”
August 3rd – October 21st 2018
For the 15th anniversary of the Congress of Leaders of World and Traditional Religions in Astana this exhibition was created together with Eurasian Academy of Arts and with support of the Palace of Peace and Reconciliation. Two thematic expositions were devised, showcasing two contemporary kazakhstani artists: Leyla Mahat and Kanat Nurtazin.
Kassym-Zhomart Tokayev, Chairman of the Senate of the Parliament of the Republic Kazakhstan, expressed in his speech that through the dramatic developments of our epoch the Astana Congress has become the most important institution for global “spiritual diplomacy”. Guided by similar considerations the artists and gallery owners of KULANSHI are engaged in the important process of organizing and holding events that are aimed at spiritual enlightenment of the population and the strengthening of interfaith harmony.
Senate of the Parliament of the Republic of Kazakhstan, International Center for World Cultures and Religions, Government program “Ruhani zhangyru”