The Embassy of Uzbekistan in Tokyo held a meeting with the new head of the Agency for Culture of Japan Ryohei Miyata, during which issues of enhancing cooperation in the field of culture and art were discussed.
The project "Cultural heritage of Uzbekistan in the world’s collections" and the World Society for the Study, Preservation and Popularization of Cultural Heritage of Uzbekistan are preparing to release a unique album of miniatures " Kamoliddin Bekhzad - Shamed Mani". The secrets of preparing the album were told by the Candidate of Art Criticism, Professor of the National Institute of Arts and Design named after Kamoliddin Bekhzad Zukhra Rakhimov.
The Uzbekkino National Agency announces the premieres of more than 50 films, which will be shown in December.
To promote the cultural and historical heritage of Uzbekistan, disclose the true values of the religion of Islam, from 7-30 November, within the international festival of social sciences in United Kingdom, an exhibition of Islamic art inspired by the hadiths collected by the great scholar Imam Al-Bukhari was launched.
On 10 November, an unusual exhibition of children’s drawings on glass opened at the Autograph art gallery.
The Cabinet of Ministers adopted a resolution “On measures to organize and conduct the Oltin Davr International Music Fair”.
The Cabinet of Ministers of Uzbekistan approved the regulation on the appointment of the state scholarship named after Kamoliddin Bekhzod.
The feature film "Two Thousand Songs of Farida" was filmed by the "Fox Music Cinema" studio.
The State Museum of History and Culture of the Republic of Karakalpakstan is one of the oldest museums in Central Asia. Its history began in 1929 with an exhibition organized by the Society of Regional Studies of Karakalpakstan in Turtkul. Currently, the museum is located in Nukus and has more than 65,000 exhibits, divided into three sections: nature, archeology and ethnography, and modern history.
The British-Uzbek Friendship Society, with the support of the Embassy of Uzbekistan in London, organized an online lecture by professor-art critic, chief researcher of the Institute of Art Studies of the Academy of Sciences of the Republic of Uzbekistan Elmira Gul on the topic “Ikat: between religion and politics, fashion and contemporary art”, Dunyo news agency reported.