VOV.VN - Renowned media outlet Reuters of the UK has recently published an article titled “Vietnamese schoolgirl creates art from the chaos of the coronavirus”, in which it details the story of the 10-year-old Nguyen Doi Chung Anh and her paintings that depict the country’s fight against the novel coronavirus (COVID-19).
Civil society organisations (CSOs) had contributed much to HIV/AIDS prevention and control, but obstacles remained in their work, experts said at conference this week in Hanoi.
VOV.VN - Mountain Star Charity is a project that teaches children in mountainous, disadvantaged areas to paint.
VOV.VN - Do Trong Quy and Nguyen LinhTrang, two young Vietnamese artists, will host an exhibition of paintings which capture contemporary narratives, featuring the lives and artworks of young people in Hanoi from July 31 to August 4.
Deputy Director of HCM City’s Department of Health Nguyen Huu Hung has instructed city districts to speed up the opening of new general health care clinics for patients with HIV.
Some 300 paintings created by children from different regions of Vietnam this year are on display at the Vietnam Cultural Arts Exhibition Centre in Hanoi.
An arts event portraying 26 people with the initiative, confidence and desire to defy gender norms has kicked off on the pedestrian zone around Hoan Kiem Lake.
The move comes at a time when international donors are cutting back funding for HIV/AIDS treatment services in the country.
International art lovers get an insight into the development of the Vietnamese lacquer painting art when visiting an exhibition underway at Fahrbereitschaft exhibition house in Lichtenberg district, Germany’s Berlin.
Some 50 artists are participating in an exhibition that opens on September 21 in downtown Hanoi to showcase 30 years of the country’s renewal policy.
In honour of World Rhino Day, a series of art activities will be held by TRAFFIC – the wildlife trade monitoring network – and Dom Dom – the hub for experimental music and art.
Vietnamese artists, both professional and amateur, young and old, are now more and more active in searching for new materials and experimenting with new forms of creation in paintings, bringing an encouraging sign for Vietnamese fine arts.
VOV.VN - The US Agency for International Development (USAID) has announced approval of a five-year project and US$26 million grant to help Vietnam fight against HIV/AIDS.
An art exhibition titled Cam hung Vietnam (Inspiring Vietnam) by young Russian painter Sasha Fishler is on display at LIVINCollective in the south central province of Khanh Hoa’s Nha Trang City.
Vietnam has displayed encouraging progress in halting the spread of HIV/AIDS under the UN Millennium Development Goal (MDG).
Vietnamese high school students will be introduced to Maori art and culture during the New Zealand Education and Culture Roadshow, which runs until September 25.
The Department of Art, Photography and Exhibitions under the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism on August 14 launched a photo competition and an exhibition to discover Vietnam’s beauty.
(VOV) - Phan Hai Bang, an art instructor at the Hue University of Art, has resurrected the ancient art of making bamboo paper that he hopes will weave a brighter future for Hue artisans.
(VOV) - Five Vietnamese artists in printed painting will meet their seven Belgian counterparts at an art exhibition scheduled to take place in Hanoi from April 10-20.
(VOV) - A Hanji Contemporary Korean Paper Art exhibition showcasing 15 artworks by Yang Sang Hoon has opened at the Korean Cultural Centre in Hanoi.