Exhibition by masters and apprentices opens as part of week of visual art

Artists’ mastery is their ability to depict the landscape in all its splendour and to make viewers marvel at it. This is confirmed again at an exhibition entitled “Flight to skies - II. A portrayal of the native land and people”.

Festival of visual and applied arts begins in capital city

A festival of visual and applied arts has begun in the central exhibition hall of Uzbekistan’s Art Academy in the capital city Tashkent.

Monuments Erected Abroad

This spring the world community has paid a special attention to the thinkers of the East: Alisher Navoi monument was opened in Shanghai, while in Vienna, in front of the UN building, the memory of four great scientists was immortalized.

Shades of Red

Bonum Factum Art Gallery opens a personal exhibition ‘RED…’ by painter, member of the Creative Association at the Academy of Arts of Uzbekistan Ibragim Valikhodjaev.

Exhibition of Humor and Laughter

The Tashkent House of Photography is hosting the exhibition of caricatures and humorous works entitled ‘Tabassum’ occasioned to the International Day of Humor.

Art Project of Lekim Ibragimov

Lekim Ibragimov’s art-project ‘A Thousand Angels and One Painting’ will be presented within the International Uzbek Tourism Exhibition IUTE 2017, which will be held in Tashkent on April 13 - 14. The project is the largest painting, drawn on canvas by oil by one artist.

Book marathon at pre-school day care institution

President Shavkat Mirziyoyev’s decree dated 12 January 2017 “On establishing a commission for the popularization of reading and the raising of book-reading culture and for the development of the system of the publication and distribution of books” is an important programme document in carrying out work on evoking interest among young people in reading books from childhood and on helping the formation of their book-reading culture.

Nukus Treasures Travel to Moscow

The founder of the museum in Nukus - Igor Vitalievich Savitsky (1915-1984), an artist, collector of paintings, graphics and objects of folk and applied arts, set a goal to show how the easel art originated in Uzbekistan. His efforts began to form a collection of Oriental art, called the "Turkestan avant-garde".

The Exquisite Art

March 27 is the World Theater Day. A young photo artist Bobur Alimkhodjaev dedicated his solo exhibition to this day.

Sounds of Navruz

The State Conservatory of Uzbekistan has become venue for the third International Music Review Festival of Orchestras of National Instruments and Polyphonic Ensembles ‘Navruz Sadolari’ (Sounds of Navruz).

Jazz Festival in Uzbekistan

The 3rd International Jazz Festival kicked off on March 30 in Uzbekistan. It is organized on the occasion of the celebration of the International Jazz Day and will last through to April 30.

About the Core Value. In Japanese

In recent years, bilateral exchange in the field of culture between Uzbekistan and Japan has been steadily strengthening. This is evidenced by numerous exhibitions, festivals, competitions.

To Bolster Cultural Bonds with Russia

The forthcoming bilateral cultural events in 2017 have been discussed recently in Moscow at a meeting between the Russian Minister of Culture Vladimir Medinsky and his Uzbek counterpart Mahmud Muratov.

“Uzbekistan” national exhibition stand draws visitors’ attention

At the MITT – 2017 international tourism exhibition being held in Moscow, Uzbekistan’s tourism potential is widely displayed.

Melodies of native country

In the palace of arts of Ellikqala District of the Republic of Qoraqalpoghiston, north-western Uzbekistan, a concert programme entitled “Ona yurt ohanglari” (Melodies of the native country) was presented with the participation of the youth symphonic orchestra of Uzbekistan.

In Recognition of the Best

The Istiqlol Palace of Arts in the capital Tashkent hosted February 14 a ceremony of awarding the winners of Etirof (Recognition) Award. By tradition, the awarding ritual was accompanied by an enchanting and grandiose concert program and the excitement of winners did not leave anyone indifferent.

Enchanted with Uzbekistan

The Bonum Factum Art Gallery has held a meeting with the famous photographer, worked for 10 years at Time magazine, and now co-operating with the National Geographic magazine, John Stanmeyer. The meeting was attended by already familiar young amateur photographers - members of the group ‘Young Photo of Uzbekistan’, as well as all those interested in the project of the photojournalist.

Sumi-e - Creativity for the Soul

In Japan, they say that to be good at drawing is the art, but another art is the ability to admire the finished painting. For all lovers of Japanese art the Ikuo Hirayama International Caravansarai of Culture opens the report exhibition of the group of Japanese painting - sumi-e.

Theater Pride

The Museum of the Uzbek National Academic Drama Theater has opened a new exhibition about the history, creative path of the theater troupe, and the most famous performances and renowned actors involved in them.

Japanese edition: Alisher Navoi devoted his entire life to the service of justice and goodness

As previously reported, the Soka University hosted an event dedicated to the 576 anniversary of the birth of the outstanding statesman, poet and thinker Alisher Navoi. This event was covered in the Japanese press, particularly the newspaper Seikyu Shimbun.

Display of friendship and cooperation

Artistes of Kyrgyzstan’s Osh state Uzbek-language academic musical drama theatre named after Muhammad Bobur have made a visit to Farghona Region, eastern Uzbekistan.

Extensive Practice

Faced with a lot of unexpected problems, overcoming all difficulties and still adhering to their ideals, students have held a festival with a rich, varied program, and plenty of surprises.

When the Soul Longs for Lyrics

Surprisingly cozy and warm atmosphere has reigned at the long-awaited musical and poetic evening ‘The New Year Poems’ hosted by the Sergey Yesenin Museum in Tashkent. There was no notorious wall separating the audience and readers.

Uzbekistan is a united family of many nationalities

A cultural enlightenment event has taken place in Samarqand on the occasion of the 25th anniversary of the establishment of the republican international cultural centre of Uzbekistan.

Architectural complex Poi Kalon on Euronews

Since the beginning of 2017 the Euronews continues to acquaint with historical monuments and tourist attractions of our country.

Collected stories of Erkin A’zam "Heirs to the Great Sinner Sheikh San’on" published in London

The book of the Uzbek national writer Erkin A’zam "Heirs to the Great Sinner Sheikh San’on" has been published in the UK in English.

Photo-story: Minor mosque

Minor mosque - a new architectural complex in Tashkent - the capital of Uzbekistan, located on the banks of the canal Anhor, embankment of which in recent months has undergone significant changes in terms of improvement.

Photo-story: Features of national cuisine

Uzbek cuisine has a long history. It is closely linked with the Uzbek culture, language and traditions of the people. Significant impact on the diversity and originality of the recipes was that unlike geographical neighbors Uzbeks have historically been peculiar to be both sedentary and nomadic.

A Festival of German films for children and youth

A Festival of German films for children and youth "Shum bola - 2015", organized by the Goethe Institute kicks off at the metropolitan cinema palace named after Alisher Navoi from April 30 to May 3, as well as at the cinema palace "Shark Yulduzi" in Samarkand on May 5 and 6.

On the preparation and celebration of the national holiday of Navruz in 2015

Decree of the President of the Republic of Uzbekistan
For millennia embodied the unique values ​​of our people and reached us as a precious heritage of our ancestors, ancient festival of Navruz in the years of independence gains deeper meaning and content, gets an important place in our lives