On 17 May, the Culture and Art Development Foundation of Uzbekistan and the French architectural bureau Studio KO held a public presentation of two projects at once: the reconstruction of the building of the Center for Contemporary Art and art residences in the Namuna and Khast Imam mahallas in Tashkent.
The competition Buzatov FEST" was organized among the age categories of 10-15, 16-22 and 23-30 years old in 4 areas: bakhshi art, traditional performance, opera and variety art, Nodir Abdukodirov, head of the information service of the Agency for Youth Affairs, said.
The House of Cinematographers hosted a presentation of projects that are being implemented in the format of co-production by filmmakers of Uzbekistan together with Belarusfilm, as well as a celebration of film director Elyor Ishmukhamedov in connection with his 80th birthday.
From 11 to 14 May, the international festival "Dance unites us" will be held in the Republic of Tajikistan with the participation of creative groups from India, Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Khovar was told in the press center of the country’s Ministry of Culture.
A review competition of the international folklore festival "Baysun Spring" was held in Baysun district of Surkhandarya region of Uzbekistan.
From 30 April to 18 May, Uzbekistan will host the International Jazz Festival on the occasion of the celebration of 30 April - International Jazz Day, officially proclaimed throughout the world by UNESCO in 2011.
As part of the international jazz festival in Uzbekistan, the French Embassy invites all jazz lovers to the only concert of the Grégory Privat Trio. The concert will take place in the Great Hall of the State Conservatory on 5 May at 19.00.
The Lazgi International Dance Festival, which was held for the time in Khiva from 25 to 30 April, ended and the winners in the dance competition were announced.
The Sixth International Jazz Festival in Uzbekistan will be held from 30 April to 18 May 2022. The festival is held on the occasion of the celebration of the International Jazz Day, which is officially proclaimed worldwide by UNESCO in 2011.