On 6 and 7 August, with the support of the Ministry of Tourism and Cultural Heritage of the Republic of Uzbekistan, the second festival of artisans, artists, gastro enthusiasts will be held in the Central Park named after Mirzo Ulugbek (Central Park Tashkent) in Tashkent and musicians of YangiaMarket.
The film "Kazbek" produced by Uzbekistan and Belarus will be released in May 2023. Director General of the Belarusfilm film studio Vladimir Karachevsky said this at a press conference dedicated to the film, BelTA has learned.
The Agency for Cultural Heritage and the Center for the Study of Cultural Heritage and Tourism Development "Karavan" created cultural heritage corners in the gatherings of citizens of mahallas located in the historical center of Bukhara within the framework of the project "Public control means People’s control". For this purpose, campaign materials were distributed in mahallas.
A robe from Sogd, which is 1311 years old, has survived to this day. This is the only Sogdian robe in the world, no others have been preserved. Winged horses with the tree of life under their hooves are depicted on the sleeves of the robe. The colors of the fabric (green, red, blue and cream) and patterns in the form of medallions are still distinguishable.
On 22-24 July 2022, Samarkand will host the VI International Congress of the World Society "Cultural heritage of Uzbekistan - the basis of a new Renaissance".
The Khiva School of Restoration will be established in Khiva. This is stated in a resolution of the Cabinet of Ministers, signed on 12 July this year.
A short film by Uzbek director Sherzod Nazarov "On the Silk Road" won the prize in the nomination "Best Short Film" at the 8th SOL International Film Festival. The film festival was held in the municipal theater of the Spanish city of Torrevieja.
The world community has once again recognized the growing role of Uzbekistan in UNESCO. Uzbekistan became a member of the UNESCO Intergovernmental Committee for the Protection of the Intangible Cultural Heritage for the first time.
The Embassy of Japan in the Republic of Uzbekistan, the Academy of Arts of Uzbekistan, the Ikuo Hirayama International Caravanserai of Culture, the Uzbek-Japanese Center, the Uzbekistan-Japan Friendship Society and the Tea Ceremony Study Community present the Days of Japanese Culture, which will be held at the Ikuo Hirayama International Caravanserai of Culture from 7 to 13 July 2022.
On 30 June in Paris, Art and Culture Development Foundation signed agreements with the Louvre Museum and the Arab World Institute to hold two large-scale exhibitions dedicated to the cultural and historical heritage of Uzbekistan.