The Flamingo – Art in the Forest 2017 is introducing to art lovers paintings and sculptures from 17 renowned Vietnamese and foreign artists.
VOV.VN - Japanese painter Toba Mika has reflected Vietnam’s beautiful landscapes through a series of Japan’s traditional katazome paintings.
VOV.VN - The second International Watercolour exhibition opened in Hanoi Museum on October 23, featuring 200 works of 216 artists from 45 world nations.
Monsoon Music Festival (MMF 2017) will take place in Hanoi on November 10-13 with artists and bands from various countries slated to perform.
A vertical photo depicting a papaya tree rising from a narrow gap between residential buildings in HCM City, taken by Tran Vu Quang Duy, won first prize at a photo contest for young Vietnamese artists.
The Hanoi Association of Photographic Artists opened an exhibition showcasing 150 photos featuring streets of Hanoi and locals’ lifestyle from many different angles at Trang Tien street on October 6.
Vietnamese, French and Belgian artists will perform in a joint dance performance called “Urban distortions” in Ho Chi Minh City on October 14.
Vietnam brought home four gold medals from the Canada Open taekwondo tournament, which closed on October 1 in Montreal.
VOV.VN - The 9th Thai festival will open at Thong Nhat Park in Hanoi on September 30 - October 1, attracting the participation of more than 70 artists and artisans from Thailand.
The International Dance Festival 2017 kicked off in the northern province of Ninh Binh on September 16, drawing the participation of about 300 domestic and foreign artists.
Late President Ho Chi Minh is a great inspiration for Vietnamese stamp artists, repeatedly showing up on thousands of postage stamps issued by Vietnam Post on national celebrations, including his birthday and National Day.
VOV.VN - Now that the Vincom Centre for Contemporary Art has opened its doors to a street art exhibition running Aug. 25-Sept. 24, the public is free to marvel at the cutting-edge graffiti art that resides inside, says Zing.vn.
VOV.VN - According to a press release, the Happy Dream Circus from Japan will open tomorrow, Saturday, September 2, at the Hanoi Central Circus grounds— the first of many on a seven month tour of Vietnam ending April 1, 2018.
Vietnamese and Korean artists are showing their works at an art exhibition which opened in downtown Seoul on August 16, under support from the Vietnam Embassy in the Republic of Korea and the Korea Foundation.
A hundred of Vietnamese singers, actors, MCs and models recorded a song together to cheer on Vietnam’s National Football Team at the region’s biggest sports event, the 29th SEA Games in Malaysia next week.
A Bold. Art exhibition themed “Multiculturalism” opened in Hanoi on August 11, featuring a number of unique artworks created by artists from Asia-Pacific and the Middle East.
Some 100 young traditional artists are performing at the National Traditional Art Talent Competition taking place in the central province of Thanh Hoa.
Wushu will remain one of Vietnam’s strongest sports at the upcoming 29th Southeast Asian (SEA) Games in Malaysia.
A photo exhibition featuring the past and present architecture of Hanoi as well as the development of the capital city opened at 45 Trang Tien street on July 13.
The water coconut tree is a great source of materials for people in Cam Thanh commune, Hoi An city to build their houses. Recently, a group of artists used the tree to produce a kind of paper and create products from that paper.