On 2 May, a concert of the popular German band De-Phazz will take place in the open area of the Palace of International Forums "Uzbekistan" in the program of the International Jazz Festival, organized by the Fund for the Development of Culture and Art of Uzbekistan.
The Embassy of Japan in the Republic of Uzbekistan, with the assistance of the Cinematography Agency of the Republic of Uzbekistan, presents the Days of Japanese Films, which will be held at the Yoshlar Ijod Saroyi Youth Creativity Palace from 24 to 26 March, dedicated to 30 anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between Japan and Uzbekistan.
The World Society for the Study, Preservation and Popularization of the Cultural Heritage of Uzbekistan is working on an illustrated book-album dedicated to the collection of one of the best museums in Tashkent - the State Museum of Literature named after Alisher Navoi.
The World Society for the Study, Preservation and Promotion of the Cultural Heritage of Uzbekistan is preparing to release a unique, colorful edition of the series "Cultural Heritage of Uzbekistan in the Collections of the World". The illustrated book-album is dedicated to the unique collection of textiles, which was collected for many years by the famous collector Mehmet Çetinkaya.
The Art and Culture Development Foundation presents a new exhibition project “Archaeological Treasures of Uzbekistan. From Alexander the Great to the Kushan Empire”.
Persian television at the BBC in the UK is shooting a film about the ancient Navruz holiday, widely celebrated in Uzbekistan.
A large-scale exhibition project "The splendor of Uzbekistan’s oases. At the crossroads of caravan routes" has completed its work in Louvre. Since its opening it has been visited by more than 260,000 people.
“Uzbekistan - Centre of Islamic Civilization” photo exhibition was officially opened at the Museum of Islamic Art of Malaysia on 1 March.
The Uzbek National Puppet Theater, together with the Art and Culture Development Foundation, hosted the play "Twelve Months" based on the work of Samuil Marshak directed by Honored Artist of the Republic of Uzbekistan Shamurat Yusupov.