VOV.VN - Kim Hoang is a folk painting genre which originated in Kim Hoang village, Hanoi, in the late 18th century. The genre, which came close to falling into oblivion, has been revived by Van Canh villagers.
VOV.VN - The Hanoi Department of Industry and Trade held a press conference in Hanoi on July 31 to announce the schedule for the Hanoi Gift Show 2019 which will be held in the capital later this year.
At first glance, fine arts and high tech may not be perfect bedfellows.
VOV.VN - The “Quintessence of the Vietnamese craft village” project has been under way at Bat Trang village for a past year and will be completed late next year. It will be a place to introduce and promote the best of Vietnamese craft villages to domestic and foreign visitors.
VOV.VN - An exhibition featuring quintessential life in Da Nang’s through fine arts along with other pieces was opened at the Da Nang Fine Arts Museum on December 18.
VOV.VN - Eight photographers and journalists are exhibiting 99 works at a special art exhibition held at the Ho Chi Minh City Association of Fine Arts in District 3 in Ho Chi Minh City from October 27 running until November 6.
A long time ago, monks in the South used sugar palm leaves to maintain a written record of Buddhist prayers.
The fourth Young Fine Arts Festival, which opened in Hanoi on November 21, features works by young artists using a wide range of media to express their observations and concerns about life.
A painting and sculpture exhibition on social issues such as child sexual abuse and environmental protection has opened in the HCM City Fine Arts Museum.
A Hanoi-based artist has spent the last decade frequenting the mountainous areas in northern Vietnam to capture the beauty of minority people, especially children and women, onto his canvas.
A proposal to build a statue of a turtle beside Ho Guom (the Sword Lake), located in the heart of the capital city, was submitted to the Hanoi People’s Committee at the end of March.
A painting exhibition is underway at the Vietnam Museum of Fine Arts, displaying 100 watercolour sketches by Vietnamese artists of different generations.
Various cultural activities featuring the cultural identities of Malaysia, Indonesia and Vietnam are on at the Museum of Vietnam’s Ethnic Groups in the northern province of Thai Nguyen.
VOV.VN - Since Vietnam began its renewal process in 1986, its fine arts have flourished.
VOV.VN - Traditional arts and culture contribute to peace and stability, said Cambodia Minister of Culture and Fine Arts Phoeurng Sackona in a keynote address launching Vietnamese Cultural Week in Phnom Penh.
Thanks to a three-week community fine arts project between Vietnam and the Republic of Korea (RoK), a humble coastal fishing village in Tam Ky district, Quang Nam province was covered in paintings, helping to boost local tourism and improve residents’ daily lives.
Vietnamese and RoK contemporary painters and sculptors are converging in their first ever exhibition in Ho Chi Minh City to deliver their unique styles exploring the diversity of lively life in their respective countries.
VOV.VN - The HCM City Fine Arts Museum claims it has been tricked into purchasing and displaying 15 abstract paintings in the style of Nguyen Thanh Chuong and displaying them as authentic both in the City and at exhibitions in Europe.
Fine arts students and art lovers in the central city of Da Nang are familiar with the work of British graffiti artist Knee Jerk (his preferred alias).
VOV.VN - Vietnamese and Russian painters are showcasing more than 80 works at the fifth joint art exhibition called ‘Handshake Again’ at the HCM City Fine Arts Museum on March 4-12.