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”.
The sensational results of the excavations will be presented by the Uzbek side at the Week of Culture and Art of Uzbekistan, which will be held from 22 to 26 August in three cities of the republic - Tashkent, Termez and Samarkand.
From 10 to 15 September 2019, the First International Festival of Applied Arts will be held in Qoqand, within which trade fairs, review contests, workshops of foreign and local artisans, scientific and practical will be held conference and performances of folk-ethnographic groups.
On 10-12 July 2019, Nurafshon Youth Theater Studio took part in the 10th Sabah International Youth Folk Dance Festival in Kota Kinabalu, Sabah state.
In October of this year, the American creative team Jacob Schwartz (author of the first short film about Uzbekistan in 8K format) will begin shooting the first episode of the series about the history of the peoples of Central Asia in the XI-XII centuries.
On 26 August 2019, an international conference will be held in Samarkand on the theme “Preserving tangible and intangible heritage: current problems and strategies to solve them”.
At the initiative of President of Uzbekistan Shavkat Mirziyoyev, for the first time the folklore music festival “The Great Silk Road” takes place in Margilan from 11 to 13 July, which has been granted International status.
On 11 July, an International Festival of Folk Music “Buyuk Ipak Yuli” (“The Great Silk Road”) started in Erkin Vokhidov Park in Margilan.
A government resolution was adopted on measures to promote and finance the implementation of public-private partnerships in the field of culture and the arts.