The Eurasian Creative Guild held the final meeting of 2020 at the Russian Culture House in London. Traditionally, the meeting tallies up the results of the year and announces plans for 2021.
The organization’s vice-chairman Marat Akhmedzhanov spoke about the Guild’s live events held in restrictions-free periods as well as those that were held in an online format during quarantine. The II Eurasian Film Festival and the Week of Eurasian Culture in London were the Guild’s flagship events of 2020. This year, due to the coronavirus pandemic, the events were predominantly held online. The final Gala concert at the Russian Culture House was a rare spectacle live sound and art in person.
The meeting also presented 11 books that have been released with the Guild’s assistance in 2020, which include comics for children on the autistic spectrum. The authors shared their best practices as well as discussed future creative projects.