Veranstaltungsarchiv 2020

START OF THE PROJECT“Reviving Uzbekistan’s and Tajikistan’s sustainable Ikat and Silk RUTSIS“

November 26, 2020 at the Hilton hotel Dushanbe on November 26, 2020, at the Hilton hotel in Dushanbe, a conference will be held to launch the new project „Reviving Uzbekistan’s and Tajikistan’s sustainable Ikat and Silk RUTSIS“ supported financially by the European Union.

The overall objective of the EU funded SWITCH-Asia programme is to promote sustainable and inclusive growth, contribute to the economic prosperity and poverty reduction in Asia and Central Asia and to a transition towards a low-carbon, resource-efficient and circular economy.The project is designed for three years and covers a wide range of issues affecting the creation of sustainable production and opportunities for improvement in the ikat and silk value chains. The project activities will focus on:• Conducting a needs assessment and informing enterprises about possibilities in value chain, taking into account the requirements of sustainable production;• revitalizing and modernizing local silk and ikat value chains;• conducting educational trainings and seminars for silk and ikat manufacturers, as well as educational institutions in this field,• providing advice to specialized educational institutions that train personnel for the silk industry;• revival of the use of environmentally friendly dyes;• organization of regional events, cooperation exchanges in the B2B format, fairs and other events with the participation of silk producers• introducing eco-labeling and ultimately creating opportunities for international recognition of environmentally friendly silk and ikat products from Uzbekistan and Tajikistan.This project is launched under the European Union SWITCH Asia program with the participation of representatives of a consortium, which includes organizations and consulting companies from Germany, Tajikistan and Uzbekistan, including: adelphi consult GmbH(Germany), Chamber of Commerce and Industry of the Republic of Tajikistan, Chamber of Commerce and Industry of the Republic of Uzbekistan, NGO “ Tourism Development Center“ (Tajikistan), Margilan Crafts Development Centre (Uzbekistan) and Burg Giebigstein University of Arts and Design, (Germany).

For further information, please contact:Adolat Mirzoshoeva (+992) 935877121, e-mail: adola.m@mail.ruNigina Ikromi (+992) 938848488, e-mail:

23. – September – 10. Oktober 2020: Projekt zeitgenössischer Kunst ′′ 2 nd life ′′ in der Karakalpakstan Abteilung der Akademie der Künste Usbekistans

Ausstellung von 15 jungen usbekischen Künstlern
Kurator Normurod Negmatov
Organisatoren: Museum of Contemporary Art Rukhsor, Abteilung Karakalpakstan der Akademie der Künste Usbekistan.

Das Projekt umfasst auch Vorträge zur zeitgenössischen Kunst Usbekistans.

Republik Karakalpakstan. G. Nukus. Berdach Avenue 52 a. Messehalle der Karakalpak-Filiale der Akademie der Künste Usbekistans. Tel: (861) 2235310


Hulkar Yunusova. Hurshed Khalilov. Ozod von Negmatov. Lola Ahatova. Ramil Niyazov. Aziz Fattoev. Neil Usmanov. Zhakhongir Schukhratov. Tohir Sharafaddinov. Malika Ergasheva. Anzur Zhavonbachtov. Navruz Dalerzoda. Holida Talatov. Muslim Gafurov. Normurod Negmatov.

Roof of the World Festival Tajikistan – 2020 online

Premiere am 14. September 2020:

Im Rahmen des Festival „Salam Orient“

Im Rahmen des Festivals „Salam Orient“

Virtual Edition of the „Long Nights of Interculturality 2020“

Wir empfehlen vor allem das „Costumes of the World“ Virtual Book am 19.9.

Endlich wieder: 16. Juni 2020 Workshop:

Oberton- & Kehlgesang mit Chi Rich

Di 16. Juni 18:00 Kunstverein Klangwerk – Laudongasse 28, 1090 Wien
Teilnahmegebühr € 10.-   Anmeldung

NEU:  „Musik für Unmusikalische“  mit Chi Rich
(Einzel- & Gruppenunterricht) bei Interesse bitte melden!

25. Februar 2020 Workshop:

Oberton- & Kehlgesang mit Chi Rich

Di 25. Februar 18:00 Kunstverein Klangwerk – Laudongasse 28, 1090 Wien
Teilnahmegebühr € 10.-   Anmeldung

27. Februar 2020 Trio Morachi

Musikalische Momente in der Josefstadt

Do 27. Februar 2020, 19:00 Kunstverein Klangwerk – Laudongasse 28, 1090 Wien
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12. März 2020 Lecture at ÖAW:

The Language Situation in Kalmykia and the Rare Dance-Song Tradition in Western Mongolia

Two experts in Mongolian studies, Gennady Korneev and Otgonbayar Chuluunbaatar, will give insight into the history of Oirat-Kalmyk language development, and the close relationship between dance and epic traditions in Western Mongolia.

Do 12. März 2020 ab 18:00 (bis 19:30) ÖAW Wohllebengasse 12-14, 1040 Wien, Vortragssaal im Erdgeschoss