Continuing with the series ‘Abodes of outstanding figures’, the creative team of Uzbekistan Today is honored to introduce readers to the place where a great composer, musician and writer Yunus Rajabi lived and worked.
President of Uzbekistan Shavkat Mirziyoyev reorganized the Ministry of culture and sport affairs.
The presidential Decree "On measures on further improvement of the management system in the field of culture and sport" has stipulated the establishment of new State Institution “Uzbekconcert”. It will be established under the Ministry of culture, on the basis of the variety Association "Uzbeknavo" and Association of national dance "Uzbekraqs".
The decree of the President of Uzbekistan "On measures on further improvement of the management system in the field of culture and sports" provides for the establishment of off-budget fund for development of culture and art.
These days, the State Academic Bolshoi Theatre named after Alisher Navoi presented a real surprise. The ballet "Le Corsaire" by Adolphe Adam returned to the stage after three years. For the first time, it was played in 1968. Then the famous choreographer Ibrahim Yusupov took the choreography by Marius Petipa as a basis, who prepared the premiere of this ballet in the late 19th century. The...
A delegation of the Pushkin State Museum of Fine Arts paid a visit to Uzbekistan on 3-6 February 2016, the Ministry of Culture and Sport Affairs of Uzbekistan said in a statement.
Literary and artistic gatherings and poetry evenings are being conducted in various regions of Uzbekistan on the occasion of a birth anniversary of great poet Alisher Navoiy.
In the central exhibition hall of the Art Academy of Uzbekistan, an exhibition of works of visual art, photographs and folk art entitled “Uzbekistan is our common home” has opened on the occasion of the 25th anniversary of the republican international cultural centre.
Tashkent has hosted the presentation of two books translated into Uzbek – the works by the French scholar Lucien Kehren ‘Saltanat of Amir Temur’ and the German writer Daniel Glattauer ‘Good against North Wind’.
Tashkent is hosting a personal exhibition ‘Nostalgia’ by Dutch artist Ronald Klyayer, which for several decades living in Uzbekistan. Here he found not only friends, but also family and home.
Today the Tashkent Polytechnic Museum is hosting the action on the occasion of the World Kid Inventors’ Day. This event is the opportunity to demonstrate the abilities and skills. For many young people it is a great launch pad for big science, they are waiting for the country’s leading universities.
Ilkhom Jazz Club Project, headed by its leader musician Saidmurat Muratov from this month has launched the educational program ‘Jazz improvisation as a form of self-expression.’ The Ilkhom Theater has already hosted the first event.
The film studio of popular scientific and documentary films again begins to create newsreels, which in the past time were shown in cinemas before the start of the film show.
The first horror performance titled ‘Poltergeist’ with elements of quest has been opened in Tashkent, which has already won its first fans.
A series of memorable creative meetings have been held within the exhibition ‘Video Art. Overcoming the Uncertainties’ hosted by the Zero Line Art Gallery.
The Zero Line Gallery invites everyone to visit the exhibition ‘Video Art. Overcoming the Uncertainty.’
Ruler of Khorasan and Maverannakhr, majestic ruler of Samarkand, who defeated Sultan Bayezid - Amir Temur was a great commander and statesman. His glory for centuries has not been fading in the pages of history. But how it all began? How he came to the throne – about this is the first novel by Oraz Abdurazakov called "Povelitel" (Ruler). The presentation of the book took place in the capital....
In more than 3 thousand pictures presented in the central exhibition hall of the Academy of Arts of Uzbekistan, children depicted their vision and understanding of the Motherland, nature and the world around them.
The Ghafur Ghulom Publishing House has come out a series of books ‘Children’s World Literature’, which compiled the best works of the children’s writers from around the globe translated into Uzbek.
The National Library of Uzbekistan has opened the exhibition dedicated to the 195th anniversary of the famous French writer Gustave Flaubert.