The craft art of Uzbekistan demonstrated in Malaysia.
Tashkent, Uzbekistan (UzDaily.com) – On 25-28 July 2019, the 5th International Festival of Islamic Art and Culture (PIIACUF) is held in Putrajaya, dedicated to the theme “The magnificence of music and vocals of the Islamic world”.
Founded in 2013, PIIACUF exhibits the cultural and artistic heritage of the Muslim countries of the world, including handicraft, as well as acquaints the guests of the event with their identity.
With the assistance of the Embassy of Uzbekistan in Malaysia, the products of Uzbek artisans are widely represented at the festival. In addition to our compatriots, the event was attended by Turkey, Indonesia, Iran, Morocco, Kuwait, Brunei, Bangladesh, Thailand, South Korea and Malaysia.
The works of Uzbek masters are notable for their unique palette, grace, ornament and diversity, which attracts special attention of the organizers, participants and guests of the forum. The keen interest was aroused by ceramics, which stand out with their original style and manufacturing technique, decorated with a blue-blue and ultramarine pattern with wide horizontal borders.
Visitors are attracted by Uzbek silk fabrics, ready-to-wear garments made from satin and adras, traditional and unique in quality and color range of fabrics, gold-embroidered products, traditional woodworking and metal products, miniatures reflecting the national historical color and rich colors.
The organizers and participants of the event were informed about the upcoming International Festival of Applied Arts, scheduled for 10-15 September 2019 in Kokand, in which the participation of the leadership of the Malaysian Handicraft Development Corporation and six eminent artisans from Malaysia are planned.