Tashkent’s Centre of National Arts is hosting an exhibition “Lines and Plastic Art”, organized by the Fund Forum and IJOD Association of Artists, Art Historians and Craftsmen.
Tashkent Hose of Photography is hosting Exhibition “From Turkey to Turkistan, 1890” showcasing works by the French photographer Paul Nadar, organized by Victor Hugo French Cultural Centre with support from the Fund Forum and the Academy of Arts of Uzbekistan.
On 17 September, Tashkent’s Turkistan Palace was filled with classical music lovers. Uzbek and German musicians presented the audience with a unique joint opera project “The Orient and Handel”.
An exhibition of applied art "Childhood World” will open at the Russian Science and Culture Center in Tashkent on 21 September. The exhibition is dedicated to the Year of Harmonically Developed Generation.
Art Week Style.Uz, first and the most bright wide-scale cultural projects in Central Asia, will be held in Tashkent on 9-14 October 2010. The project is directed at further developing modern and tradional national fashion and art.
On 17 September, Tashkent's Turkiston Palace of Arts will host a concert titled “The East and Handel” by the State Chamber Orchestra of Uzbekistan.
On 6 September, an interactive exhibition titled "They Speak German Here" opened its doors at Tashkent's Youth Creativity Palace.
The US Embassy Tashkent will organize concerts with the American band Brazzaville dedicated to the 19th Independence Day of Uzbekistan.
The ceremony of awarding the winners of the national festival of traditional and contemporary art Navqiron O‘zbekiston 2010 was held in Tashkent. The event was organized by the Fund “Forum of Culture and Art of Uzbekistan” together with Arts Academy.
Around 500 people came together on 16 August at Tashkent`s Youth Creativity Palace to attend the opening ceremony of Navqiron O’zbekiston (Young Uzbekistan) Festival of Traditional and Contemporary Art, a biennial event organized by the Fund Forum and the Academy of Arts of Uzbekistan.