'Golden Man' has been exposed in museums of 6 states
It is planned to carry out the 'The Golden Man Procession' through the world museums in the next year.
The final press conference for 2018 on the international project "The Golden Man Procession" through the world museum took place on December 20 in the National Museum of Kazakhstan, an official website of the Ministry of Culture and Sports of Kazakhstan informs.
The project being part of President Nursultan Nazarbayev's article 'The Course towards Future: Modernization of the Public Conscience' aims to convey the ancient history, rich culture and unique art of the Kazakh people to the foreign audience through exposing the Golden Man in the leading museums of the world.
Exhibitions have already been carried through in Belarus, Azerbaijan, Russia, China, Poland, and Korea so far.
Kazakh Minister of Culture and Sports Arystanbek Mukhamediuly has noted that the priceless artifacts have been properly presented to the world community.
"The project will find its continuation in the next year. We promote our history, with scrupulous attention to the Golden Man mentioned in the Head of State's Article 'Seven Facets of the Great Steppe.' We also should carry on the research to find out valuable insights about the Saka era. During the three years, the research works nearby the Issyk-kul burial site where the Golden Man was found were conducted with Korean and Chinese archeologists. We are about to discover the facts enriching our history in the future," said Arystanbek Mukhamediuly.
The press conference was attended by Kazakh Minister of Culture and Sports Arystanbek Mukhamediuly, acting director of the National Museum of Kazakhstan Almaz Nuraskhan, deputy director of the National Museum of History of Azerbaijan, doctor of science Makhfuza Zeinalova, senior adviser at All-Russian Museum of Decorative, Applied and Folk Art Galina Andreeva, deputy director general at the National Museum of Arts of Belarus Sergey Vecher, the rector, professor at the Northwestern Polytechnical University of China, the director of the Asian Art Department of the National Museum of Korea.