The American-Uzbekistan Chamber of Commerce (AUCC) seeks to promote trade and investment ties, cultural exchanges and bonds of friendship between the United States of America and the Republic of Uzbekistan. In performing these functions, the AUCC places primary emphasis on serving the needs and interests of its members.

Interview with AUCC Chairperson Carolyn Lamm Before 2012 Uzbekistan-US Annual Business Forum

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Steppe Magazine

Steppe is an eclectic and inspirational guide to the arts, history, culture and landscape of Central Asia. Printed twice a year, steppe stretches boundaries and looks beyond traditional subjects by showcasing the immense variety Central Asia has to offer - from ancient history to cuting-edge architecture; from majestic landscapes to the region's opulent interiors; from ancient rock drawings to contemporary video art; from historical figures to living legends; plus textiles, music, books, cookery and much, much more. |read|

Silk Road Dance Company

The award-winning Silk Road Dance Company (SRDC) presents women's dances from the Middle East, Central Asia, South Asia, China and the Caucasus. Founded by Artistic Director Dr. |read|

Savitsky Collection

The Karakalpakstan State Museum of Art named after I.V. |read|

National Arts and Crafts of Uzbekistan

The art culture of Uzbekistan is based on all the best achievements of the Uzbek people throughout history. National arts and crafts occupy a prominent place in the cultural heritage of Uzbekistan. |read|

Wood Carving

In Uzbekistan wood carving is executed on a wide range of objects - from massive beams for ceilings to tiny children's amulets. The development of this art in the past was linked up with ornamenting constructions and local architectural details, where the overlap post-and-beam system already presupposed using wooden materials on a large scale. |read|


UzbekAlive is an online fabric store which offers a variety of Central Asian ikat fabrics and the largest online selection of silk ikat scarves. Their ikats are hand dyed and handloom woven in Fergana Valley of Uzbekistan using a centuries old technique of ikat weaving. |read|

Madeline Weinrib

Madeline Weinrib, New York City artist and granddaughter of ABC Carpet & Home founder Max Weinrib, branched out from her rug-making venture (started in 1998) into the development of ikat and suzani fabrics, made in Uzbekistan. Her Atelier located on the sixth floor of ABC Carpet & Home in New York is the main retail venue for her handcrafted products such as chairs, ottomans and pillows which all use ikat, suzani and vintage textiles. |read|