The Eurasian Creative Guild held the 8th zoom-meeting on the topic “In the wake of Mayakovsky in the international space of poetry”

Today, on the 27th of May 2020, the Eurasian Creative Guild held the 8th zoom-meeting on the topic “In the wake of Mayakovsky in the international space of poetry”. Unfortunately, Sandra Wereli who planned to be a moderator in this meeting couldn’t join us due to technical issues. We thank Evgeniy Massalygin who took over this role and managed to hold the meeting successfully.

More than 40 members of the guild joined this meeting today, 16 of which were speakers. The meeting was truly international: the members joined us from such countries as the UK, Russia, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Denmark, Germany, Georgia, Kyrgyzstan, United Arab Emirates and the United States of America. 

As always, the meeting was opened by the vice president of the Eurasian Creative Guild Marat Akhmejanov who presented our current projects and shared future plans.

Next, the presentation was handed over to the members of the internship – Evgeniy Massalygin, Bozhena Krasnogir, Tatiana Shevchenko, Saniya Seilikhanova, Ralina Iskakova and Angelina Krasnogir who presented their speech very well. 

We also thank the members of the guild for their presentations:

Beka Kuchukhizde

Anastasia Khatiashvili

Kato Nebieridze

Gagik NazaryanAnastasiya 

Anna Zanizdra

Violetta Alaverdyan

Archie Kidd

Olga Govorko

Nadezhda Serebrennikova

Michael Ananov

During the meeting, a video of Anna Zanizdra’s performance was shown. At the end of our meeting we received Sandra Wereli’s video-message and were happy to watch it. 

All in all, the meeting was very fascinating. However, the topic was so wide and interesting that many of the members who also wanted to present their speech did not have a chance to do it. Therefore, we will definitely organise another meeting dedicated to Mayakovsky.

We are looking forward to seeing you in our next zoom meeting which will be held next Wednesday at 2 P.M. Moscow time!

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