Within the framework of work on interaction with compatriots, promotion of cultural values and art of our country abroad, Days of Uzbek culture in Khanty-Mansi Autonomous Area (Russia) were organized. A concert performance of a creative group from Namangan region took place in the city of Nyagan.
US filmmaker Lawrence Kasanoff, accompanied by members of Uzbekistan National Film Commission, visited Samarkand, Bukhara and Tashkent to select locations for his next film.
Uzbek ikat, khan-atlas and adras, weaving technique of which has been passed from generation to generation for many centuries, are an integral part of the wardrobe of not only Uzbek women, they also won the hearts of fashionistas and connoisseurs of exquisite handmade fabrics from around the world and are very popular among leading representatives of the fashion industry.
From 30 May to 2 June 2019, the 21st International Festival of Museums Intermuseum-2019, which is one of the main cultural events, will be held in the Central Manezh Exhibition Hall in Moscow. This is a unique platform not only for professionals, but also for a wide range of visitors. Reported by the Press Service of the Embassy of the Republic of Uzbekistan in the Russian Federation.
Now the cinematographers of Uzbekistan have the opportunity to nominate their films for the Academy Award, the largest and most important film award in the world.
On 22 May, the final stage of the Forum-festival of national cultures “We are all for peace!” was held at the Moscow Polytechnic University.
Ambassador of Uzbekistan Dilyor Khakimov met with our compatriot, famous musician and teacher in Belgium, Renata Kambarova, who is also a co-founder of the Fractales musical ensemble, in Brussels.
On 18 May, the “Museum Night” campaign was held across Russia. This is the only time in the year when cultural institutions operate in the evening and at night. Art galleries and museums, art spaces and theaters have prepared special programs for visitors: exhibitions, concerts, quests and master classes.
On 20-24 May, 2019, the Center for Contemporary Art is hosting t the third cycle of a joint long-term program on museum management of the British Council and the Culture and Art Development Foundation under the Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Uzbekistan and the University of London Goldsmiths (UK).