In order to preserve national traditions, present works of modern applied art, as well as revive forgotten folk traditions and demonstrate the processes taking place in contemporary art, further strengthen friendship and cooperation between different peoples, strengthen cultural and humanitarian relations at the international level, on 11-15 November, the II-Tashkent International Biennale of Applied Arts will be held in Tashkent.
The Tashkent House of Photography hosted the opening of the exhibition “Lullaby in the Moonlight” (“Oy Yodusida Itilgan Alla”), dedicated to the history of the traditional baby cradle - beshik. The exhibition was organized by the Karimov Foundation and is open to visitors until 25 November 2019.
An international dance and art festival was held in the Indian city of Gwalior, Madhya Pradesh, in which Uzbekistan took part as a partner country, Dunyo reported.
Fifteen young filmmakers of Uzbekistan will undergo an internship in India as part of the Indian Technical and Economic Cooperation (ITEC Scholarship Training Programs for 2019-2020) program for advanced training in the field of cinematography.
On the occasion of the VII edition of the European Film Festival, the Delegation of the European Union in Uzbekistan, with the support of the Latvian Embassy and in collaboration with Uzbekkino National Agency, invited the Latvian director, filmmaker and documentary, Dainis Klava, for a series of masterclasses dedicated to the art of documentary cinema with the students of the Uzbekistan State Institute of Arts and Culture (UZOD) in Tashkent and Nukus, and of the Focus School in Tashkent.
As we previously reported, Chairman of the Senate of Oliy Majlis Tanzila Narbaeva attended the ceremony of ascending the throne of the new Emperor of Japan Naruhito.
On 31 October –7 November 2019, the Embassy of Uzbekistan in Kuala-Lumpur will host the Second Naqshbandiya Tourism Festival, organized by the World Sufi Center (Malaysia).
On 18 October 2019, the embassy of Uzbekistan in the United States hosted a clavier concert of works by prominent world composers performed by a graduate of the Uspensky music school in Tashkent, virtuoso pianist Roman Rabinovich.
On 15-17 October, the State Committee for Tourism Development of the Republic of Uzbekistan jointly with the Israeli Embassy organized a festival called “The Teahouse” in the cities of Ashdod, Ramla and Lod.
Within the framework of the multicultural festival held in the Israeli city of Ramla, the Bukhara House exhibition was held, at which samples of folk-applied art, a national costume and other exhibits related to Uzbek culture were presented, Dunyo reported.