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  • A young man in black t-shirt and medical face mask stands with two big audio recorders in his outstretched hands. Behind him is the brown wasteland of a rubbish tip, with birds rising up.
    CEC ArtsLink: Art Prospect Network Residencies for Artists and Curators
    In 2023, the Art Prospect Network Residency programme will support residencies for eighteen artists and curators from USA and the Art Prospect Network countries (Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Bulgaria, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Moldova, Russia, Tajikistan, Ukraine, and Uzbekistan) focusing on exchange and collaboration in the field of socially engaged art and/or public art.
    Posted 27 January 2023
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    Mobility Funding Guide to Kazakhstan
    Our guide to cross-border mobility for artists and cultural workers from and travelling to Kazakhstan. This cultural mobility funding guide lists national, local and international resources from both public and private funders. Two kinds of opportunity are included: outgoing and incoming. The outgoing opportunities are for nationals and residents of Kazakhstan wishing to travel outside the country. The incoming opportunities are for nationals from other countries who want to travel to Kazakhstan.
    Funding Guides
    Posted 22 July 2020
  • Cover for A Miracle or Misunderstanding: Socially Engaged Practices in the Art Prospect Network Countries. Title on background of a map of East Asia.
    A Miracle or Misunderstanding: Socially Engaged Practices in the Art Prospect Network Countries
    CEC ArtsLink presents a new publication, A Miracle or Misunderstanding: Socially Engaged Practices in the Art Prospect Network Countries, including field reports from Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Moldova, Tajikistan, Ukraine, and Uzbekistan. This study grew out of CEC ArtsLink’s commitment to support international cultural mobility and new models to creatively address socio-political concerns, transforming urban environments, and engaging local communities. It serves to connect the broader international arts community to the post-Soviet region, engage funders, and advocate for the importance of transnational cultural exchange.
    Posted 23 November 2019
  • Cultural Processes and Transcultural Influences in Contemporary Central Asia
    The Open Society Institute commissioned a report that provides an overview of the state of cultural affairs in Central Asian societies after the states in the region achieved independence. It describes current tendencies defining long-term, local cultural processes and transcultural influences.
    Posted 8 February 2010
  • Cover for Introduction to Theatre in Central Asia & Afghanistan. Title text on a white page with logos and credits.
    Introduction to Theatre in Central Asia & Afghanistan
    An introduction to theatre today in Central Asia and Afghanistan is a downloadable publication written by Simon Tordjman for IETM.
    Posted 13 June 2007