There in the reading hall of periodical editions is organized the exhibition by the theme “Akparat aidyny”, dedicated to the Day of mass media means in Kazakhstan.
Annually on June 28 there in Kazakhstan is celebrated the Day of workers of mass media means of information. The work of the professional journalists not only changes the life and the destinies of people but also solves the problems of systemic character and gives the people the hope. More than a century ago the teacher of the nation Akhmet Baitursynov thus characterized the role of the press: “The newspaper is the eyes of the people, his ears and tongue”.
The exhibition consists of the following chapters:
The division “Akparat aidyny” is dedicated to the first Kazakh periodical editions “Turkistan ualayatynyn gazety” (1870-1882), “Dala ualayatynyn gazety” (1888- 1902), “Kazak” (1913-1918).
The Kazakh literary magazine “Aikap” came out in 1911-1915. There in the magazine under their names and the pseudonyms published their first publicistic and literary works Sabit Donentayev, Myrzhakyp Dulatov and many others.
The division “Sholpan zhurnalyna – 100 zhyl”. The magazine “Sholpan” was published from October, 1922 to June, 1923 in Tashkent city. The Kirghiz-Kazakh edition, which saw the light once in a month, highlighted the issues of politics, national economy, education, literature and the topical problems in the life of the people. Altogether there saw the light 8 numbers. Chief editor was Isa Toktybayev. There with the magazine worked the patriots of the nation, the public figures: N. Turekulov, S. Khodzhanov, S. Asfendiyarov, T.Ryskulov, O. Zhandosov, M. Dulatov and others.
“Zhuldyz” is the literary-artistic and public-political journal. It is published from 1928 as the magazine “Zhana adebiyet”, at the beginning of the 1930-s as “Adebiyet maidany”, after that as “Adebiyet zhane iskusstvo”. From 1957 it is published under the title “Zhuldyz”.
The history of the magazine reflects the development of literature of Kazakhstan in the XX-XXI-st centuries.
“Kazakstan ayeldery” is the public-political, literary-artistic journal for women.
It is formed on the basis of the newspapers “Kazak ayel” and “Tendik” (1925). From January, 1926 it was published under the title “Ayel tendigy”. In 1935-1941 and 1950-1954 – “Stalin zholy”. From January, 1955 it has the name “Kazakstan ayeldery”.
The part “Kazak kyuntizbesine – 100 zhyl”. “The Kazakh calendar” was one of the first editions of reference literature in the republic. The first copy was published in Orenburg in 1922 by “Kazgosizdat” in the Kazakh language (on the basis of the Arabic script). “The Kazakh calendar” contained the brief data on the history of the Kazakh people, geography and territory of the republic, agriculture, industry etc. To 1931 the calendar was printed in the Latin script. There in the preparation of the editions participated: B. Mailin, I. Zhansugurov, E. Aldongarov and others. The calendars are of different kinds: the tear-off ones, the flip ones, report-card calendar, pocket calendars, everyday calendar and others.
There at the exhibition are presented the historical periodical editions from the fond of National library of the RK, articles and materials about the history of the Kazakh periodical press published in the magazines: “Kazakstan kommunisy”, “Akikat”, “Kazak tarikhy”, “Aikap”, “Zhuldyz”, “Sholpan”, “Tan-Sholpan” and also “The Kazak kalendary” for different years.
We invite everybody to visit the exhibition!