From 22 May, in the zones of “yellow” and “green” quarantine levels, it is allowed to resume the activities of museums, art galleries and outdoor walking areas. The Special Republican Commission for the Control of Coronavirus gave its opinion on this matter.
Today, on “International Museum Day” the Delegation of the European Union to the Republic of Uzbekistan has launched a unique digital art project – a virtual exhibition “Connections: 12 Symbols and Meanings” on www.12symbols.uz, as part of series of Europe Day events.
Famous Uzbek chef and restaurateur Bahriddin Chustiy held an online master class on cooking an Uzbek wedding pilaf as part of a humanitarian campaign of compatriots "Solidarity with Uzbekistan", Dunyo reports.
Uzbekistan and Malaysia will promote handicraft export products in their markets. This was announced during a videoconference in the capital of Malaysia, Dunyo reports.
The Embassy of the Republic of Uzbekistan in Canada (with a residence in the city of Washington) together with the Canadian Business Association in Russia and Eurasia (CERBA) organized a video-video project within the framework of the Virtual Consultation Tour on Eurasian Small and Medium Enterprises an exhibition of products of national art crafts and dried fruits of Uzbekistan for Canadian retailers and individual entrepreneurs, Dunyo reported.
Representatives of the Embassy of Uzbekistan in Washington held a video conference with the honorary consul of Uzbekistan in the United States of America, Carol Lopez (with a residence in Santa Fe, New Mexico), who is also on the board of directors of the largest in the world of the annual International Fair of Folk Art Objects, Dunyo reported.
The National Institute of Arts and Design named after Kamoliddin Behzod organized an international scientific and experimental online conference on the theme “EGO-XX: universal values and a national peculiarity in art”.
In February 2020, the Foundation for the Development of Culture and Art under the Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Uzbekistan presented in Tashkent the first children's book published as part of its publishing program.
Ilkhak, a historical film based on real events, tells about the tragic story of Zulfiya Zakirova from the village of Khanabad, Zangiata district of Tashkent region, who lost five sons on the battlefields of World War II: Isokjon, Ahmadjon , Muhammadjon, Wahobjon and Yusufjon Kholmatov.