Uzbekistan State Institute of Arts and Culture
Uzbekistan State Institute of Arts and Culture was one of the first universities of art established in Uzbekistan. It was open in 1945 in Tashkent as theatre and artistic art Institute a. n. Ostrovsky. The Institute's task was to prepare a professional theatre training for Central Asian Republics as Uzbekistan, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Turkmenistan, Tajikistan and the Autonomous Republic of Karakalpakstan. The first reception took place at the Institute in June 1945. The Institute, that prepares the professional staff in the fields of cinema, television, theatre and design, has provided the entire Central Asian region with directors and actors.
Today, more than 1600 students at both bachelor and master level are being educated at the Institute. The teaching staff consists of 225 employees.
What is the Uzbekistan State Institute's of Arts and Culture contribution to the project?
Uzbekistan State Institute of Arts and Culture will be the host of the first round table.
Moreover, the Intitute will provide its expertise in the field of visual arts and performing (cinema, theatre, etc.). It will also provide necessary expertise and input in all other essential project activities, and will be actively engaged especially in dissemination and exploitation activities.
Uzbekistan State Institute of Arts and Culture will create a centre for doctoral education at its own institution.