The exhibition “Way of creation”

    On October 7, 2011 at Karaganda regional museum of fine arts with the support of the regional department of culture was held the solemn opening of the exhibition “Way of creation” from the funds of the Museum of the First President of the Republic of Kazakhstan dedicated to the 20th anniversary of Independence of our country.
      At the solemn opening of the exhibition the speech of welcome was made by B. Baissagatov the head of the regional management of culture, J. Akhmetova the leading expert of the Private archive of the Head of the State of the Museum of the First President of RK.
      The aim of the exhibition is to show the achievements of the period of the sovereignty of Kazakhstan through the prism of the First President Nursultan Nazarbayev and the place and the role of Kazakhstan in the modern world community.
      At the exhibition there were 163 exhibits from 20 countries of the world, which are evidence of the recognition of Kazakhstan as an equal member of the international community, and at the same time show the major achievements of our country. The main content of the exhibition show the documents and photographs from the Private archive of the President, reflecting labor, social, political activity of N.A. Nazarbayev, internal and foreign policy of Kazakhstan in the period of Independence, gifts from the heads of the states and governments, the delegations from the USA, UK, China, Russia, India, Japan, European Union states, Asia-Pacific region, Muslim countries and the CIS, the paintings and decorative-applied art. Among them: the suspension of the former USA president Bill Clinton, the bowl from the former USA President G. Bush, the decorative bowls from the President of Turkey A. Gul, the casket from the President of Russia D.A. Medvedev, pictures, reflecting the peculiarities of the Japanese and Chinese culture, etc., as well as works of the Kazakh artists and masters of decorative-applied art, expressing in their works the peculiarities of the national world view, traditions and customs.