This year camp has been looking for new way to continue project to develop collaboration with international art scene and education. The first camp was focused on young generation, who have not reached the culmination of their careers, and but were still exploring their artistic potential. Professor Ustyugova Liliyа and art students Matiishina Elena, Arialar Olga, Naumova Maria, Molyakova Lali, Kalinina Nadejda, Flerko Elena, Glushkova Olga, Kulachenko Anastasia from the Moscow State Academic Institute of Arts named after V.I Surikov lived in yurts 10 days near Lake Issyk-Kul and Son Kul in July and used art as a mean of reflection, expression and transformation through the analysis of today’s situation. The second camp focused for collaboration with artists Malcolm Smith from Australia/Indonesia, Angelika Walther from Germany, Beda Foehn from Switzerland, Shaarbek Amankul from Kyrgyzstan who came in August and staying in yurts near Lakes Son Kul and Issyk-Kul in August. The rural, natural landscape inspired a drive for creativity, and afforded a degree of freedom of expression that cannot usually be found in many “more civilized” societies.