A press conference on three events planned in Tashkent was held on 4 May at Ilkhom Theatre, UzReport.com reported. At the briefing it was announced that three events - a presentation of the joint project on the staging of Aeschylus’ Oresteia, a seminar-discussion on "Oresteia in Uzbekistan and Germany" organised by the Geothe Institute in Tashkent, and the opening of Bahodyr Jalal’s personal exhibition entitled "Plus&Minus" - will be held.
The opening of the third part of the permanently working exhibition entitled “Trip around the world” has been held at the ethnographic museum of Leipzig in Germany, Jahon agency reported.
The “Uzbekkino” National Agency jointly with the Ferghana Regional Administration are holding the “Days of the Uzbek national cinema arts” dedicated to the jubilee of Margilan city, the UzA reported.
“Karakalpakfilm”, cinema studio at the “Uzbekkino” National Agency, presented the new documentaries to the audiences, UzA reported.
The “Week of fine arts of Uzbekistan” will be held for the first time in Tashkent on 21-25 April, the local newspapers reported.
The photo-exhibition was held at the Tashkent House of Photography last week. It was organized within the framework of the “Woman in society” Project now being implemented upon the initiative of the German organization “Theodore Heuss Kolleg”.
On the eve of the jubilee of Margilan city, the center of the development of handicrafts has started its work.
A memorial to Al-Fargoniy, a medieval Central Asian scientist, was unveiled in Cairo, Egypt, on 19 April.