The “B’Art Centre” invites everybody to an exhibition, “Autumn”, (works until 20th November).
The exhibition presents paintings, graphics and sculpture and is open from Monday to Saturday, from 11:00 to 17:00. The Arts Center is located at Karasaev Street, 1, (formerly Druzhba), phone: (0312) 530092.
The Museum of Applied Art at the “Rarity” bookshop includes ancient utensils, horse equipment, books, jewelry, samples of national dress. Entrance is free. It is possible to agree beforehand with the staff for a guided excursion.
Shop hours: Monday to Friday – 9:00-18:00, Saturday: 10:00-17:00, Sunday: 10:00-15:00, without lunch break.
Address: Pushkin Street, 78, on the East side of “Ala-Too” square.
In November, in the National Academic Theater of Opera and Ballet named after Abdylas Maldybaev, there will be performances by ballet dancers of the Russian Federation. On 12th November: “Don Quixote” (doors open at 19:00), the following day, November 13th: – “Giselle”(start: 18:00).
Tickets cost 500 soms. Fop enquiries and to order tickets, phone: (0312) 902950 900572.
The Clothing Fair, “Autumn 2010″, is planned for the period from 3rd to 7th November. Venue: the Kojomkul Sports Palace (on Togolok MoldoStreet, between Chui and Frunze Streets).
Organized by the Association “Legprom”, web site: www.legprom.kg.
Fashion Week “Autumn 2010″ – is planned for the first days of the November (from 3rd to 7thNovember). The program shows the collections of both new and experienced designers. All five days of events will take place in the Russian Drama Theatre named after Chinghiz Aitmatov, (Tynystanov Street, 120, on the South side of Oak Park). Tickets can be purchased at the Theatre box office and cost from 100 to 800 soms.
Additional information is available by phone (0312) 475551.
A Festival of Japanese Culture will be held in Bishkek from 20th to 27th November. The official opening will take place on 20th November at 18:00 in the National Philharmonia named after Toktogul Satylganov. For further information, contact the Embassy of Japan in Kyrgyzstan, Tel.: (0312) 300051.
On Thursday 25 November, 1830 – 2030 at Sotheby’s, 34-35 New Bond Street, London, the European Azerbaijan Society together with their sponsors are holding a private viewing of the major photographic and multimedia exhibition and reception, The Nobels and Baku Oil. Please see The Nobels and Baku Oil for further details. Continue reading
The Kazakhstan Football Federation is looking for a new boss for the national team after losing faith in manager Bernd Storck. Despite his ambitious targets going into UEFA Euro 2012 qualifiers, Storck’s charges lost all four games. Continue reading
UK based Max Petroleum has said that the initial results from the Uytas prospect in Block A, Kazakhstan, indicate a potentially significant commercial oil discovery.
The UTS-1 exploration well has reached an intermediate depth of 300m with electric logs indicating 16m of net oil pay at depths from 60m to 76m in the Cretaceous Formation, with a potential 86m thick oil column present at depths from 60m to 146m.
The company has run casing over this portion of the well and will continue to drill ahead to a total depth of approximately 900m to evaluate its principal exploration target sands in the Jurassic and Triassic sections.
The company said that the company will test the shallow Cretaceous zone after evaluating the deeper horizons.
Max Petroleum executive co-chairman Robert Holland said that the initial results of Uytas are very encouraging and could prove to be significant given the apparent size of the oil column.
ALMATY, Oct 22 (Reuters) – KazMunaiGas Exploration & Production (KMG EP) (KMGq.L), Kazakhstan’s No. 2 oil producer, said on Friday it had found oil in the Central Asian nation’s west and would aim to put it into operation in the near future.
The London-listed company said in a regulatory statement that the new accumulation had been discovered at the Liman Block, on the south slope of the Novobogatinsk Salt Dome 70 km (44 miles) west of the country’s oil capital Atyrau. Continue reading
WASHINGTON, Oct. 25 /PRNewswire/ — Lockheed Martin (NYSE: LMT) today signed a $49.9 million contract with Kazaeronavigatsia RSE, the air navigation service provider in the Republic of Kazakhstan. Lockheed Martin has been contracted to deploy additional Skyline® air traffic management automation systems, and maintain this national system through 2025. This contract will create the first national air traffic management system in the Republic of Kazakhstan. Continue reading