The main goal of the congress is to consolidate international scientific circles for further work on studying and popularizing the cultural and artistic heritage of our country.
Within the framework of the congress, it is planned to discuss topical issues of art history of Uzbekistan, assess the work done over the past three years, and outline long-term plans. Sectional meetings will be held in 7 museums of St. Petersburg.
It is planned to hold a creative laboratory of masters of Uzbekistan and donate to museums samples of modern arts and crafts
For participants of the Congress an extensive cultural program has been prepared, the purpose of which is acquaintance with the richest traditions of our country.
Along with official events in the days of the Congress, the best museums of the city will open exhibitions of Uzbek art. For the exposition, the following sites are involved:
The Russian Ethnographic Museum, the Institute of Oriental Manuscripts of the Russian Academy of Sciences, the State Hermitage, the Kunstkammer, the Russian National Library, the State Museum of the History of Religions, the Institute of Russian Literature of the Russian Academy of Sciences (Pushkin House).
The holding of these exhibitions in St. Petersburg on the eve of the World Football Championship will attract even more attention of the world community and guests of the northern capital of Russia.
During the days of exhibitions, the participants of the Congress and visitors will be able to see unique masterpieces of Uzbek art, the facsimile of Alisher Navoi's manuscripts and other artifacts stored in the collections of these museums.
The organization of Uzbek exhibitions held simultaneously and simultaneously in the leading museums of St. Petersburg in such a scale is UNSPECIFIED. It will cause a surge of attention of the domestic, Russian and international public to the culture and art of Uzbekistan.
Exhibitions accompanying the congress will be an invaluable event for scholars studying literature and art in Central Asia.