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COLLABORATIONS

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The Durdy Bayramov Art Foundation seeks to develop collaborative relationships with museums, foundations and other cultural institutions around the world. Our partnerships include reciprocal lending programs, guest curated exhibitions in our space, as well as joint exhibitions, publications, presentations, and cross-cultural seminars. Partner with us!

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OUR NETWORK OF COLLABORATORS

Our network of collaborators to date includes:

The Ministry supports the Durdy Bayramov Art Foundation’s goal to promote understanding of Turkmen art and culture around the globe, through joint international events and educational programs.

The Museum of Fine Arts in Ashgabat, Turkmenistan, contains many works by Durdy Bayramov and carries out joint international exhibitions with the Durdy Bayramov Art Foundation.

The Durdy Bayramov Art Foundation co-published the exhibition catalogue for Through the Eyes of Durdy Bayramov: Turkmen Village Life, 1960s-80s with the Smithsonian Institution’s Asian Cultural History Program. We work with the program’s director, Dr. Paul Taylor, in hosting lectures and events associated with exhibitions including the latter.

The Durdy Bayramov Art Foundation has partnered with the Textile Museum of Canada, in carrying out a public lecture series on the significance of Turkmen carpets and their depiction in Durdy Bayramov’s work. The Foundation has also hosted curator Natalia Nekrassova and the Friends of Oriental Rugs Society for evening tours and discussions.

In collaboration with Marina Galvani, Art Curator at the World Bank Art Program, the Durdy Bayramov Art Foundation hosted a solo exhibition of Durdy Bayramov’s work titled The Art of Durdy Bayramov in the World Bank’s art gallery in November 2015.

A solo exhibition of Durdy Bayramov’s work titled For the Love of the Motherland: Durdy Bayramov’s Turkmenistan, organized by the Embassy in association with the Durdy Bayramov Art Foundation, was on view at the Embassy in Spring 2016.

Durdy Bayramov Art Foundation is a proud member of the Cultural Access Pass (CAP) program offered by the Institute for Canadian Citizenship (ICC). The CAP program creates opportunities for Canada’s newest citizens to discover its cultural history, world-renowned artworks, and historical figures. As a part of this program, the Foundation offers free admission and tours to new Canadian citizens, and serves as a CAP pick up location for all other cultural institutions.

The Durdy Bayramov Art Foundation has teamed up with the Community Microskills Development Centre in hosting Language Instruction for Newcomers to Canada (LINC) classes in their space. These classes, sponsored by the Toronto District School Board, help newcomers to Canada learn English and assist them in the settlement process and integration into Canadian society.

The Ministry supports the Durdy Bayramov Art Foundation’s goal to promote understanding of Turkmen art and culture around the globe, through joint international events and educational programs.

The Museum of Fine Arts in Ashgabat, Turkmenistan, contains many works by Durdy Bayramov and carries out joint international exhibitions with the Durdy Bayramov Art Foundation.

The Durdy Bayramov Art Foundation co-published an exhibition catalogue, titled Through the Eyes of Durdy Bayramov: Turkmen Village Life, 1960s-80s, with the Smithsonian’s Asian Cultural History Program. We also worked with that program’s director, Dr. Paul Taylor, in hosting lectures and events associated with the exhibition.

The Durdy Bayramov Art Foundation has partnered with Natalia Nekrassova, Curator at the Textile Museum of Canada, in carrying out a public lecture series on the significance of Turkmen carpets and their depiction in Durdy Bayramov’s work. The Bayramov Museum has also hosted Ms. Nekrassova and the Friends of Oriental Rugs Society for an evening tour and discussion.

In collaboration with Marina Galvani, Art Curator at the World Bank Art Program, the Durdy Bayramov Art Foundation staged a solo exhibition of Durdy Bayramov’s work titled The Art of Durdy Bayramov in the World Bank art gallery, November 17-30, 2015.

A solo exhibition of Durdy Bayramov’s work titled For the Love of the Motherland: Durdy Bayramov’s Turkmenistan, organized by the Embassy in association with the Durdy Bayramov Art Foundation, is currently on view at the Embassy until May 9, 2016.

International Festival of Turkmen Classical Music, Sounds of Dutar, Moscow, Russia: The Durdy Bayramov Art Foundation has partnered with the organizers of the festival to coordinate an International Composers’ Competition titled Musical Palette of Durdy Bayramov, inspired by the legacies of Durdy Bayramov and composer Nury Halmamedov. To learn more about the competition, click here.

The Durdy Bayramov Art Foundation has teamed up with the Community Microskills Development Centre in hosting Language Instruction for Newcomers to Canada (LINC) classes in their space. These classes, sponsored by the Toronto District School Board, help newcomers to Canada learn English and assist them in the settlement process and integration into Canadian society.