On 10 November, an unusual exhibition of children’s drawings on glass opened at the Autograph art gallery.
The Cabinet of Ministers of Uzbekistan approved the regulation on the appointment of the state scholarship named after Kamoliddin Bekhzod.
The feature film "Two Thousand Songs of Farida" was filmed by the "Fox Music Cinema" studio.
The State Museum of History and Culture of the Republic of Karakalpakstan is one of the oldest museums in Central Asia. Its history began in 1929 with an exhibition organized by the Society of Regional Studies of Karakalpakstan in Turtkul. Currently, the museum is located in Nukus and has more than 65,000 exhibits, divided into three sections: nature, archeology and ethnography, and modern history.
The British-Uzbek Friendship Society, with the support of the Embassy of Uzbekistan in London, organized an online lecture by professor-art critic, chief researcher of the Institute of Art Studies of the Academy of Sciences of the Republic of Uzbekistan Elmira Gul on the topic “Ikat: between religion and politics, fashion and contemporary art”, Dunyo news agency reported.
A young artist from Uzbekistan - Timur Akhmedjanov, published a comics "Ilish and Wicker Stories" based on the book of an Azerbaijani writer. The comic was published by the British publishing house Hertfordshire Press.
Contacts in the field of cinema occupy an important place in the active development of cultural and humanitarian cooperation between Uzbekistan and Japan. At present, the issue of creating a joint feature film dedicated to the memory of Japanese internees in Uzbekistan is being worked out.
The Art and Culture Development Foundation and Kapitalbank signed a memorandum of cooperation.
On 11 October, the first "Ballet Evening" of the new 91st theater season will be held at the Bolshoi Theater named after Alisher Navoi. Different eras and styles of ballet art will appear on the stage. The audience will see classical choreography and modern performances.