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Vine alphabet inspired by Mongol Script

The Vine alphabet was invented by Marshall Wildey in 2002 during a boring day at work. He was inspired by Mongolian in its vertical, continuous writing. Most of the consonants somewhat resemble the ones in the Latin alphabet. The name of the alphabet comes from its style which resembles a hanging vine. Notable features Lines … Continue reading

MONGOLIAN FILM DAY: 19 April 2015 at the Cinema Museum

We invite you to an upcoming Mongolia Film Day screened as part of the Asia House Film Festival 2015 on Sunday, 19 April 2015 at the Cinema Museum in London. We are delighted to offer 10 exclusive complimentary tickets per film courtesy of Asia House. Please RSVP with your name and the name of the … Continue reading

THE 33rd ANNIVERSARY OF THE FIRST MONGOLIAN MAN IN SPACE

A Mongolian man was launched into space for the first time on March 22, 1981. Gurragchaa Jugderdemid of Mongolia and Vladimir Janibekov of the USSR were launched to space from Baikonur space site in a Soyuz-39 spaceship. Once in space, they joined two other Soviet cosmonauts and spent 7 days 20 hours and 42 minutes. Gurragchaa … Continue reading

25 years of the Christina Noble Children’s Foundation

On Thursday 5th March we, at Creative Curating and Mongolian Art and Culture London, attended the private event celebrating 25 years of the Christina Noble Children’s Foundation. Christina Noble OBE is one of most humble and inspiring person of our time who is helping the most vulnerable children in Vietnam and Mongolia since the beginning … Continue reading

“Genghis Khan & the Making of the Modern World” by Jack Weatherford

Excerpts from “Genghis Khan & the Making of the Modern World” by Jack Weatherford Copyright © 2004 by Jack Weatherford, Published by Crown Publishers, Random House, ISBN 0-609-61062-7 The Mongols Adoption of Modern Printing Technology The volume of information produced in the Mongol Empire required new forms of dissemination. Scribes could no longer handle the follow … Continue reading

Success for second Oxford International Art Fair

Originally posted on Global Art Agency News:
11 February 2015: More than 6000 art lovers eager to snap up an original piece of contemporary work filed through the doors of Oxford Town Hall over the weekend (Friday 6th to Sunday 8th February 2015) as the city hosted the second Oxford International Art Fair. The three…

Our team wins International award

Photo by Azaa Studio 150 art exhibitors from 35 countries attended the Oxford International Art Fair, attracting 6000 visitors during three days. Mongolian Art & Culture in London represented 10 selected International and Mongolian artists at the Oxford International Art Fair 2015. They were: Sendem Choijamts – Otgonbayar Tod – Elbegzaya Khaltar – Sarankhukhuu Lkhagvasuren … Continue reading

Хамтран ажиллана

Манай байгууллага монгол өв соёлыг дэлхийд танилцуулж сурталчилах, урлагын менежмент хийх зорилгоор Монгол улсын бүтээлч үйлдвэрлэлийн салбарт ажиллаж байгаа, олон улсын зах зээл дээр өрсөлдөх чадвартай, үндэсний өв уламжлалаа залгамжлан хөгжүүлж буй авъяаслаг уран бүтээлчидтэй хамтран ажиллана. Хамрагдах боломжтой бүтээлч үйлдвэрлэлийн салбарууд: монгол үндэсний гар урлал, уран дархан, уран зураг болон зохиогчийн эрхийг нь эзэмшдэг … Continue reading

Oxford International Art Fair | 6 – 8 February 2015 | Press Release

Oxford International Art Fair  |  6 – 8 February 2015  |  Press Release Oxford Town Hall, Oxford, 6th to 8th February 2015 Mongolian Art and Culture is delighted to represent Mongolian and International artists at the Oxford International Art Fair 2015 between Friday 6th, Saturday 7th and Sunday 8th February 2015, which will take place at the beautiful … Continue reading

Meeting with John Man, Author of “Genghis Khan”, “Khublai Khan”, “Marco Polo”

Mongolian Art and Culture is delighted to facilitate and support the meeting of John Man, author of “Genghis Khan”, “Khublai Khan”, “Marco Polo” with the Mongolian community in the UK. We will make an introduction to the Mongolian artists, who were involved in the making of Marco Polo, particularly Altan Urag’s contract with Hollywood, which … Continue reading

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