Ancient technology for making satin and adras from silk fabrics of Uzbekistan is included in the list of UNESCO best practices for safeguarding the intangible cultural heritage.
A briefing was held at the Uzbekkino agency to discuss the Decree of the President of the Republic of Uzbekistan Shavkat Mirziyoyev “On measures to further enhance the role and influence of culture and art in society”.
Within the framework of the Living Museum and Magnificent Theater projects, museums and theaters of Uzbekistan will begin to create interactive zones, introduce a system of simultaneous translation of acting for foreign tourists or install electronic display boards with text translation, Dunyo reported.
A resolution of the President “On measures to improve the activities of the Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Uzbekistan” was adopted.
One of the leading Malaysian newspapers, the New Sarawak Tribune, published an article entitled "Craft Paradise in Central Asia", dedicated to the traditions and history of handicraft in our country, Dunyo reported.
From 22 May, in the zones of “yellow” and “green” quarantine levels, it is allowed to resume the activities of museums, art galleries and outdoor walking areas. The Special Republican Commission for the Control of Coronavirus gave its opinion on this matter.
On 18 May is the International Museum Day, established by the International Council of Museums (ICOM) in 1977, Dunyo reports.
Today, on “International Museum Day” the Delegation of the European Union to the Republic of Uzbekistan has launched a unique digital art project – a virtual exhibition “Connections: 12 Symbols and Meanings” on www.12symbols.uz, as part of series of Europe Day events.
Famous Uzbek chef and restaurateur Bahriddin Chustiy held an online master class on cooking an Uzbek wedding pilaf as part of a humanitarian campaign of compatriots "Solidarity with Uzbekistan", Dunyo reports.