|Interesting images: An exhibition of ethnic minority culture opens at Đà Nẵng’s Fine Arts Museum. — Photo courtesy Trần Kỳ Trung |Viet Nam News
ĐÀ NẴNG — An exhibition displaying the development of ethnic minority groups living in the Central Highlands has opened to the public at Đà Nẵng Fine Arts Museum at 78 Lê Duẩn Street.
The exhibition, which was jointly organised by the museum and the Foundation of International Development Relief (FIDR), aims to introduce the 20-year journey of ethnic minority groups in the region as well as community-based support projects working to preserve their culture, traditions, as well as promote education and tourism.
Local artisans from ethnic groups in the mountainous districts of Tây Giang and Nam Giang in the central province of Quảng Nam and Hòa Bắc Commune in Đà Nẵng City will also demonstrate cultural performances and handicrafts at the museum, as well as present local cuisine and farming produce for visitors.
The region is home to the ethnic minority groups of Cơ Tu, Cor, Xê Đăng and Ba Na. They live in the Trường Sơn Mountain range in the central and Central Highlands provinces.
The exhibition will last through Sunday. — VNS
|Local skills: A Cơ Tu ethnic woman demonstrates traditional brocade weaving. — VNS Photos Công Thành |
|Resting place: An example of a tomb with wooden sculptures, typical of ethnic minority groups living in the Central Highlands region. |
|Visage: Wooden masks of the Cơ Tu people on display at Đà Nẵng’s Fine Arts Museum. |
|Big horn: A Cơ Tu man plays a buffalo horn at an exhibition of ethnic minority groups from the central region. |
|Delicious: Grilled fish is a traditional cuisine of the Cơ Tu people. |