The 7th season of the ASPARA FASHION WEEK fashion show was held online in Taraz, Kazakhstan on 7-10 April.
Conference on organizational issues of the Tashkent International Film Festival "Assalom, Navruz!" took place at the National Academy of Sciences "Uzbekkino" as part of the month of cinema "Pearl of the Silk Road". The videoconference was attended by leading film experts, organizers, experienced professionals and producers from France, Germany, Great Britain, Russia, Iran, Armenia and other countries.
On 20 March 2021, from Asia Minor to China, millions of people will celebrate the arrival of spring with music, dance and singing. A symbol of rebirth and renewal, Nowruz is cause for much celebrating every year. Since 2019 BOZAR invites its audiences to celebrate Nowruz and discover the rich cultures of Central Asia and its neighbours. This year, unable to meet at BOZAR, we propose to discover contemporary cinema of Kazakhstan, the Kyrgyz Republic, Tajikistan and Uzbekistan from the comfort of your home.
he Embassy of Uzbekistan in Tokyo, together with the administration of Nara prefecture, held a presentation of the culture of Uzbekistan entitled Navruz holiday in the city of Nara.
On 30 March, the Palace of International Forums "Uzbekistan" will host a charity concert of pianist Behzod Abduraimov, laureate of international awards, resident of the Center for Music at Park University in Missouri (USA).
An exhibition “Travel in time and along the Silk Road. Travel Diary 1993” opened in Tashkent.
On 10 March, the Silent Film Festival, organized by the Uzbekkino National Agency in cooperation with the Goethe Institute, starts at the Youth Creativity Palace.
On 1 March, the Ministry of Culture hosted a press conference with the participation of the Minister of Culture of Uzbekistan Ozodbek Nazarbekov, dedicated to the presentation of a new collection of traditional music.
The Japanese Embassy in the Republic of Uzbekistan, the Ikuo Hirayama International Caravanserai of Culture of the Academy of Arts of Uzbekistan and the Uzbek-Japanese Center will hold an exhibition “Traditional Japanese fans”.
Puppet games and performances will delight every child. Through them, children realize ideas about love, good and evil. This is the art of puppets, most widespread among the peoples of the East and reflecting national traditions and values.