The Day of Turkmen Workers of Culture and Art in Turkmenistan is a professional holiday that’s observed annually on the 27th of June each year. The purpose of this holiday is to focus on honoring the country’s workers of art and culture, two things that contribute to the spiritual and intellectual development of Turkmen society as a whole.
The second purpose of this holiday is to promote the heritage of Turkmenistan and to bring everyone who works in art and culture together with ordinary citizens. This official holiday has been observed since 2009 and its celebrations continue to grow stronger each and every year.
The History Of The Day Of Turkmen Workers Of Culture & Art
This holiday was first created in 2008 by President Gurbanguly Berdimuhamedow. The first celebration, however, wouldn’t take place until June 27, 2009. It has since been observed as a professional and public holiday with celebrations taking place all over Turkmenistan.
Observing The Day Of Turkmen Workers Of Culture & Art
This holiday is observed with a variety of events all across Turkmenistan. Most of these celebrations include the arts, so people can expect to see fairs, workshops, art exhibitions, and theater performances. Of course, those aren’t the only ways in which this holiday is observed in this country. There are also concerts and other events that people can attend.
Turkmenistan is known for a number of different exciting applied arts. The most interesting are the Turkmen carpets, footwear, and headwear that can be seen being sold on the street. Other types of arts that can be found include metal embossing and/or chasing, ceramics, making jewelry, embroidery in gold and silk, leatherwork, and wood carving. Silk weaving is also a popular art form in the country and can be found at stalls and shops during this holiday.
When is Day Of Turkmen Workers Of Culture And Art?
|This year (2022)||June 27 (Monday)||Multiple dates - more|
|Next year (2023)||June 27 (Tuesday)||Multiple dates - more|
|Last year (2021)||June 27 (Sunday)||Multiple dates - more|