Today, in Tashkent, the Art and Culture Development Foundation under the Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Uzbekistan organized a round table at which experts in the field of architecture and construction discussed the topic: “The future of the mahalla, innovative approaches to preserving the historical heritage”.
More than 100 world and domestic museums and libraries received certificates for 35 volumes of book-albums from the series "Cultural heritage of Uzbekistan in the collections of the world."
The premiere of the film "To the End of the World" by Japanese director Kiyoshi Kurasawa and summing up the results of the International Tashkent Film Festival took place at the International Media Hall.
The Art and Culture Development Foundation and the Grace architectural bureau (Milan) have begun developing a strategy and roadmap for the preservation and adaptation of modernist architecture in Tashkent.
On 20 October, the Executive Council, one of UNESCO's two main governing bodies, concluded its following 212th session. This event has a historical significance for Uzbekistan, as it adopted the draft resolution "Khiva Process: Promoting International Cooperation in Central Asia", which is the first document of the Uzbek party approved by the UNESCO Executive Board.
A pilot project was presented to create a 3D model of the Ismail Samani mausoleum, located in the historical center of Bukhara.
Embassy of France presents a new musical project. This is a musical project implemented by the French Embassy in Uzbekistan in partnership with producer Asror Isakhodjaev (A-media), it is also supported by the Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Uzbekistan and the theater of Mark Weil Ilkhom.
By a presidential resolution, the Institute of National Variety Art named after Batyr Zakirov was established at the State Conservatory of Uzbekistan.
Uzbekistan is a country possessing rich intangible cultural heritage, including traditional craftsmanship. Due to globalization processes many of these traditions are in need of safeguarding measures, including those aimed at transmission of these heritage to the next generations.
The Goût de / Good France gastronomic festival / The taste of France is returning and will be held in the republic from 14 to 22 October 2021. For the sixth time, a grand celebration of high French gastronomy will take place in France and around the world. Once again, thanks to this festival, France will appear in all its splendor on five continents, presenting its culinary traditions, which are included in the UNESCO Intangible Cultural Heritage List.