Kazakhstan-India Exhibition Opens in Astana

The grand opening of the “Uniting Art: Kazakhstan-India” exhibition, aimed at fostering bilateral cultural ties between Kazakhstan and India, took place at the Presidential Administration Center of Kazakhstan on June 6, reported Kazinform.

The Swami Vivekananda Cultural Center, in collaboration with the Nemalievichi watercolor workshop from Pavlodar, organized an event at the Embassy of India in Kazakhstan. This initiative is part of the international project "Dialogue Through Culture" by the Presidential Center of Kazakhstan.

The exhibition showcases 90 watercolor artworks created by 25 artists. Among these, 48 pieces are contributed by members of the Nemalievichi workshop, which comprises amateur artists from various professions such as teachers, lawyers, economists, and healthcare workers. Additionally, 21 watercolor paintings are by Svetlana Kravchenko, the workshop leader. The artworks depict stunning landscapes of India and Kazakhstan, ethnic themes, architectural scenes, portraits, and still lifes.

“For us diplomats, art exhibitions play a significant role in strengthening relations between countries. They provide a platform for cultural exchange, mutual understanding, and cooperation. Joint exhibitions, where artists from different countries collaborate, also promote cultural exchange and reinforce ties between peoples,” said Nagendra Prasad, the Indian Ambassador to Kazakhstan.(Source:astanatimes)


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