2016 Nomadic Art Camp

The Nomadic Art Camp brings together artists from different countries and provides a unique opportunity to commune over the topics of nature, heritage

2015 NOMADIC ART CAMP

The international artists and students worked by the natural environment resulting in their creative concepts who represent different cultural origin

2014 NOMADIC ART CAMP

Young artists used art as a mean of reflection, expression and transformation force in order to contemplate questions regarding environment protection

2013 NOMADIC ART CAMP

The project is to increase awareness of the people about the importance of nature salvation as important resource for the future generation

2012 NOMADIC ART CAMP

The project consisted of several components: Theoretical Symposium, Nomadic Art Camp and Art Exhibitions in the regions

2011 NOMADIC ART CAMP

This international convention provided a unique opportunity to mainstream ideas of nomadic heritage and biological diversity

2011 SCULPTURE SYMPOSIUM

This project took place from the 1st to the 14th of August 2011 in Kalmak Ashu village in the Chong Kemin National Park

2011 Urban Visions Bishkek

The project is the presentation of the capital of Kyrgyzstan, made on the base of investigation of urban space in the context of daily life

2010 DISTANCE 4635

From Rosenheim, a provincial town in Upper Bavaria, Germany, the distance to Bishkek, is 4635 km as the crow flies

2009 MOVING NOMAD

The purpose of the project is to draw public attention to the actual problems of the regions in the country

2008 PUBLIC ART WORKSHOP

The workshop took place from June 30th to July 12th, 2008 and also marked the first international public art workshop in Kyrgyzstan

2008 Crossroads

This interdisciplinary long-term cooperation art project from "slap" (social land art project) with the Б’Art as an “Exhibition in progress”

2007 Ashu Artist Retreat

The project supports artist’s new work, research and collaborations and provided a one month creative retreat for Central Asian

2007 South Pole

As the second phase of the International Art Symposium in Osh in August 2006 and concluded with an exhibition in Bishkek