On 24 October, the grand opening of the IX Tashkent International Biennale of Contemporary Art took place in Tashkent. The event dedicated to 2022 - "The Year of Honoring Human Dignity and Mahalla" was organized by the Academy of Arts in cooperation with the Ministry of Tourism and Cultural Heritage.
A cultural event was organized in the Principality of Liechtenstein with the cooperation of the Ministry of Tourism and Cultural Heritage of the Republic of Uzbekistan, the State Museum of Liechtenstein, the Consulate General of the Republic of Uzbekistan in Frankfurt am Main and the composer Tatyana Worm-Savosskaya, a native of Uzbekistan, now a citizen of Germany.
The Art and Culture Development Foundation presented a new documentary film "Uzbekistan: a timeless journey through Central Asia", which was created jointly with the French film company Les Poissons Volants, the ARTE TV channel and the Louvre Museum.
At the opening ceremony of the 5th Atlas Bayrami International Festival of Traditional Textiles, President of the World Council of Craftsmen Saad al-Kaddumi presented a certificate on the inclusion of Margilan in the World Crafts Council network to the Khokim of the city of Margilan Adkham Ziyavuddinov.
On 13 October, in Geneva, a memorandum was signed between the Art and Culture Development Foundation of Uzbekistan and the Michelangelo Foundation on joining the Homo Faber international network in order to cooperate in promoting the applied arts of Uzbekistan.
Resolution of the Cabinet of Ministers approved the Regulations on the National Prize of Culture and Art Yangi Uzbekistan Yulduzlari (Stars of New Uzbekistan).
The Uzbek film Evrilish was presented at the XXVII Busan International Film Festival. The film, created by the Cinematography Agency of Uzbekistan and the Play this studio, was recognized as the best in the KIM Jiseok Award nomination.
The 5th International “Atlas Bayrami” Traditional Textile Festival will be held on 20-22 October 2022 in Margilan, Uzbekistan. The Festival aims to support creativity, and safeguard and promote traditional Uzbek textiles.
A delegation of the Ministry of Culture of Uzbekistan paid a visit to Milan to study best practices in the field of culture and art, Dunyo news agency reported.