The works on show reflect the life, people and diverse cultures of countries around the world.
They were created by artists from seven Pacific Rim countries, namely Canada, China, Japan, the Republic of Korea, Russia, Thailand, and Vietnam.
Opening the event, Chairman of the Pacific Rim International Exhibition Committee Kim Won-seok said the first exhibition took place in 2013, and it has been organised in the Republic of Korea, China and Thailand.
This year’s show attracts 84 artists from seven Pacific countries, he noted, adding that it aims to promote cultural and arts exchanges among the countries and universities in the region.
The display, held in coordination with Hue University’s College of Arts, will last through November 24.