From 11 to 20 June, people in Tashkent will have an opportunity to visit a photo exhibition “Where time comes from”, which will showcase around 100 photos taken during expeditions to the North and South Poles.
Russian Center of Science and Culture in Tashkent is hosting event dedicated on the International Children’s Day. Rossotrudnichestva (Russian Cooperation) office in Uzbekistan organized the event.
Traditional Khan-Atlas Festival was held on May 21 in Tashkent Textile and Light Industry Institute with the support of Fund Forum and Osiyo Ramzi Uzbekistan Fashion Designers Association.
On May 27, a prominent Parisian guitarist Thibault Cauvin gave a concert at Tashkent`s Youth Creativity Palace. Thibault Cauvin is one of the most talented, charismatic and demanded guitarists of the moment.
The cozy yard of Usto-Shogird School of Ceramics was filled with an atmosphere of inspiration and gravitation to light. Prominent artists, art historians, diplomats, public figures, journalists and admirers of the Rakhimovs` creative work came together to attend the opening of the exhibition “A Thousand and One Lamps”.
"Barkamol Avlod - Yurtimiz Kelajagi" ("Spiritual developed generation is the future of our country") - this is the title of the concert given by Youth Symphony Orchestra and students of the Uspensky National specialized music academic lyceum. The concert was organized by the Fund Forum, the Office of Tashkent secondary special institutions and Uspensky Liceum on May 18 in the Great Hall of the State Conservatory of Uzbekistan.
A New York painter known for blending ancient and modern artistic visions to create images of the natural world recently toured Uzbekistan, where she taught classes to art students, visited rock petro glyphs in Navoi Region, and painted pottery using ceramics techniques that have been used for centuries in Central Asia.
Han-atlas 2010 festival will take place at the Tashkent Institute of Textile and Light Industry. The Fund Forum and Uzbekistan Designers Association support the project. The festival will have several interesting events, including atlas exhibitions, scientific-practical seminars, fashion show, etc.
On 8-9 May, historical Khiva played host to the Third Festival of Traditional Culture Asrlar Sadosi (Echo of centuries), which is organized annually by the Fund Forum and UNESCO Representative Office in Uzbekistan.