On 4 June, a solemn concert in memory of the famous musician Mukhtar Ashrafi took place on the stage of State Academic Bolshoi Theatre named after Alisher Navoi. The program of the evening included the brightest fragments of the works of Mukhtar Ashrafi and world classics. The event was designed to reveal to the guests the multifaceted heritage of Mukhtar Ashrafi, honor the memory of the classic of Uzbek music and pay tribute to his talent as a teacher.
During the stay in Paris of the delegation of the Republic of Uzbekistan, headed by the Deputy Khokim of Kashkadarya region Rustam Yuldashev, a meeting was organized with the Director General of the International Council for the Preservation of Monuments and Sites (ICOMOS) Marie-Laure Lavenir and Director of the ICOMOS Consulting and Monitoring Department R. Durigello.
From 7 June to 7 July, the Illusion cinema and the cinema hall of the Engineering building of the Tretyakov Gallery will host the first Russian retrospective of director Ali Khamraev.
Participants and guests of the XIV International Tashkent Film Festival "Pearl of the Silk Road" will be able to see the best films of French cinema.
The documentary film of Uzbekistan cinematographers “Matonat”, shot by the SUE Studio of Documentary and Newsreel Films won the Grand Prix at the XXXI International Film Forum “Golden Knight” in Sevastopol.
On 27 May, a premiere of the film "Muhabbat bakhori" directed by Ibrahim Rasulov took place in the large hall of the House of Cinematographers.
In September 2022, the "International Ceramic Forum and Exhibition and Sale of Ceramic Products" will be held in the Rishtan district of the Fergana region. This event will be organized in accordance with the resolution of the President of Uzbekistan “On holding the International Ceramic Forum and Exhibition and Sale of Ceramic Products” from 23 August 2021.
During inspections, it was revealed that 146 illegal buildings were erected at 108 cultural heritage sites throughout the Republic. Mohinur Imomova, head of the information service of the Cultural Heritage Agency, announced this at a briefing in Tashkent.
From 2022, an international festival of gold embroidery and jewelry art will be held in Bukhara every two years. On this, in April 2021, a Decree of the President of the Republic was signed, and in October 2021, the corresponding Decree of the Cabinet of Ministers of the Republic of Uzbekistan.