Áo dài exhibition to open in HCM City

Update: August, 30/2018 - 09:00
More than 50 áo dài designs, and many paintings and photos by artists Hà Hùng Dũng and Trần Thiên Thanh will be displayed at HCM City Fine Arts Association to raise funds for poor children living in northern mountainous areas. (Photo by Việt Khoa)
Viet Nam News

HCMCITY— The HCM City Fine Arts Association will open a special exhibition featuring áo dài (Vietnamese traditional dress) next week.  

More than 50 designs from a collection of áo dài, called Mơ Hoang (Wild Dream), made and painted by artist Hà Hùng Dũng, will be displayed. 

Many photos and paintings of áo dài by Dũng and his colleague, female artist Trần Thiên Thanh, will also be included.

“We hope visitors can learn more about Vietnamese women and their role through our art,” said Dũng, who has several years of experience in painting women and áo dài.  

The event will be raising funds to help 500 poor children living in mountainous areas in the north.

It will open every day from 9am to 6pm from September 4-10 at 218A Pasteur Street in District 3 .—  VNS