Nilufar Aminjonova is a third year student of the republican college of design. She loves depicting Uzbek national values and traditions in her drawings. Uzbek national values can be seen in works created by this young talent in such genres as landscape, portrait and still life.
At the initiative of the Tashkent city council of the Uzbekistan Liberal Democratic Party, a literary-artistic evening entitled “Zulfiya - a woman who turned into a national pride” has been held at the Uzbek State University of World Languages.
In Jizzakh, the regional stage of a national dance contest has been held among “Barkamool avlod” (harmonious generation) children’s centres. 126 children aged between 7 and 14 participated in the regional stage.
In the palace of arts of Ellikqala District of the Republic of Qoraqalpoghiston, north-western Uzbekistan, a concert programme entitled “Ona yurt ohanglari” (Melodies of the native country) was presented with the participation of the youth symphonic orchestra of Uzbekistan.
At the Uzbek State University of World Languages, the Tashkent city council of the Uzbekistan Liberal-Democratic Party has conducted a spiritual enlightenment event entitled “Alisher Navoiy – a great poet, thinker and statesman of the East”.
Alisher Navoiy and Muhammad Bobur are big representatives of Uzbek classic literature. Their great literary heritage serves as an important source for studying Uzbek literature, art and history. Therefore, research into the lives and creative work of Navoiy and Bobur is always in the centre of attention of scholars, writers, poets and artists.
In Uzbekistan, great attention is being paid at the level of state policy to morality and enlightenment work, which serves to raise book-reading culture and to popularize reading among the population, especially the younger generation, and to create broad conveniences for readers in distant steppe villages and settlements.
An enlightenment event has been held in Samarqand at the initiative of the city’s department for the provision of methodological support for establishments of public education. This event was devoted to the popularization of reading and to the raising of book-reading culture.
In the central exhibition hall of the Art Academy of Uzbekistan, an exhibition of works of visual art, photographs and folk art entitled “Uzbekistan is our common home” has opened on the occasion of the 25th anniversary of the republican international cultural centre.
A cultural programme devoted to the 25th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between the Republic of Uzbekistan and the People’s Republic of China took place in the Istiqlol palace of arts on 18 January.