The Art and Culture Development Foundation of the Republic of Uzbekistan fosters international cooperation and promotes the culture of Uzbekistan on the international arena. The Foundation spreads the national heritage through developing and supporting initiatives in the areas of fine arts and architecture, literature, theatre, music, and dance. Our mission is to create an inclusive and accessible environment in the country's cultural institutions, contribute to renovation of museums, and to develop cultural patronage and professional training for the arts and culture sector.
The Foundation for the Development of Culture and Art under the Cabinet of Ministers of the Republic of Uzbekistan is the initiator and organizer of major architectural projects in Tashkent.read more
The Art and Culture Development Foundation takes great pride in being the driving force behind a diverse range of exhibitions that showcase the rich and vibrant cultureand historical heritageof Uzbekistan.read more
The Foundation regularly organizes and supports events in the fields of fine arts, literature, theater, music, architecture and choreography. The Foundation establishes international cultural ties and promotes the culture of Uzbekistan on the world stage.read more
The program aimed at updating cultural institutions in Uzbekistan is one of the key activities of the Foundation.read more
In 2019, the Foundation initiated and organized the first international charity race in the history of Uzbekistan: the Samarkand Half Marathon. The goal of the project was to draw public attention to the problem of inclusion and the accessibility of cultural objects for people with disabilities.read more
The principal mission of the Education Program is to train professional culture and art managers and to help them develop their strategic vision of policies of cultural institutions in a competitive environment.read more
The Cultural Patronage Development Program promotes the development of cultural sponsorship in Uzbekistan. It supports studies of patronage around the world, follows and documents main trends in the field and identifies key challenges in current patronage practices.read more