Meeting of the Eurasian Creative Guild took place in RHSC in London

The Eurasian Creative Guild (London) is a meeting place for professionals, which serves as a platform for uniting creative people from all kinds of artistic backgrounds – from dancers and poets to sculptors and designers. Covering a wide range of activities, the ECG serves as a space where like-minded people can meet, exchange ideas and share their experiences with each other.

Representative office of Rossotrudnichestvo in London hosted the sixth meeting of the Eurasian Creative Guild under the leadership of Vice President Marat Akhmedzhanov.

The meeting was attended by a freelance journalist, author and travel writer Stephen Bland. He told about his book "Does it yurt? Travels in Central Asia or How I Came to Love the Stans", published as part of the ECG Book Series.

Pianist and teacher Janna Kemp and winner of international contests of Daria Robertson became honourable guests of the event and performed Russian romances.

Marat Akhmedzhanov presented the representative office of Rossotrudnichestvo with the book "Finding the Holy Path" by Shahsanem Murray, published by Hertfordshire Press as part of one of the Guild's projects.