On November 27, young people of Eurasia met online with representatives of the art industry from the countries of the continent. Guests of the “EYA Lecture Hall” educational project discussed topics that are relevant to each artist: how to organize an exhibition and create an author's art project, where to find financial support for the implementation of creative plans and ideas, how to establish interaction with artists from different countries.
A new issue of the “EYA Lecture Hall” came out under the talking name #НЕАНТИКВАРИАТ (not an antiques). Antiques are the name of things created fifty or more years ago. However, the time period may vary depending on the country. What happens to art objects that are younger than this age? What does the success of a contemporary artist depend on and will his works be in demand in 50 or 100 years?
Ksenia Konovalova, initiator of the issue, member of the Eurasian Peoples’ Assembly, Head of the socially oriented NGO “Novikovs Artists Foundation”, noted: “First of all, the online meeting will help the young generation to form a perception of fine art of the late twentieth and early twenty-first centuries and teach them to understand modern trends independently. For contemporary artists and representatives of the art industry, # НЕАНТИКВАРИАТ is an opportunity to be engaged in creative direct interaction with their audience, change according the preferences of the public, and seek inspiration and new forms of work with young people”.
In the course of the online meeting the projects wear presented by: George Vukadinovich (Serbia), founder of the Serbian-Russian Association for Culture and Art “Vukadinovich”, author and curator of the international project “Artistic Soul of the East”, Gulya Gromova-Jumagari (Kazakhstan), member of the International Federation of Artists (IFA), member of the Artists Union of the Republic of Uzbekistan, works of the artist are in private collections of Russia, Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, the United States of America, France, Germany, Turkey, Greece, Elena Kambine (Uzbekistan), member of the Academy of Arts of Uzbekistan, member of the Association of French-Chinese artists, head of the Laboratory of Contemporary Art at the Tashkent Architectural Institute( TASI), senior lecturer.