Yunus Rajabiy Berta Davydova Viktor Uspensky Mukarram Turhunboeva
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October 18, 2016

Updated Version of the Website

We are happy to inform that the website was updated. In particular the changes were made to the design and contents. In addition to this, new versions of the website for mobile phones and tablets were created.
April 02, 2015

The National Theatre of Young Audiences travels to Bekabad

The National Theatre of Young Audiences Uzbekistan on the eve of Navruz showed its best performances in Tashkent region. At the Palace of Culture of the Bekabad Metallurgical Plant a small audience watched two musicals – 'Buzzy-Wuzzy Busy Fly' based on a story by Korney Chukovsky and 'Amazing History' based on a play by Malik Iskandarov.
March 30, 2015

Navruz through the Camera Lens

Scores of beautiful images of spring in Uzbekistan and its people by experienced and up-and-coming photographers have gone on view at an art show celebrating Navruz holiday at the Tashkent House of Photography.

Latest Articles and Books

October 15, 2016

BOOKLET: List of Intangible Cultural Heritage of Uzbekistan

Present booklet was developed by experts of Uzbekistan in line with provision of the UNESCO Convention for the Safeguarding of Intangible Cultural Heritage (2003) and the National List of Intangible Cultural Heritage that had been approved by the Republican Centre for Folk Art under the Ministry of Culture and Sports of the Republic of Uzbekistan.
April 01, 2015

ARTICLE: Oral Folklore of Uzbekistan by the Example of Narrative Art

The people inhabiting the present territory of Uzbekistan have their rich folklore like any nation on the earth. Dostons are special among the genres of folklore epics in terms of volume and variety of the means of expression.
April 01, 2015

ARTICLE: Characteristic Features of the Oral Tradition and Dostons as Intangible Cultural Heritage of Central Asia

The artistic world of the traditional culture of the peoples of Central Asia contains timeless and concrete historical content. At present stage of development of science there is a need to study the uniqueness of artistic creativity of the peoples of the region, it is important for an objective reconstruction of the overall picture of the evolution of the art of understanding the world.
April 01, 2015

ARTICLE: Epic Tradition and "Alpamysh" Epos

Studying folk art means exploring not only people's life, rituals, psychology and traditions, but also their history, present and future, their worldviews and spiritual world. In fact, it is the folk art in which self-consciousness of nation, self-expression, perception of the world and its centuries-long way of life and ideas are reflected. Simply speaking, studying folk art means learning the people firsthand.
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