More than 20 artists from Việt Nam and other ten Asian countries are joining an exchange programme in northern province of Ninh Bình between August 21 and 24.
An art exhibition of 259 paintings, graphic art works and sculptures has opened at the HCM City Fine Arts Museum as part of the city’s celebrations of the 73rd National Day, which falls on September 2.
The beauty of Vietnamese women in the silk paintings by the late artist Mai Trung Thứ inspired young artist Nguyễn Ngọc Vũ (Rabbit Boy) to create a series of paintings with the theme of “Đẹp Contemporary”.
The lotus is the major theme of the “Tâm Linh” (Spiritus) art exhibition at the HCM City Exhibition Centre, which opens on August 18.
An exhibition of 200 photos and documents of the Nghê – a sacred animal that guards temples and communal houses – has been in display at the central city’s Fine Arts Museum, promoting the unique feature of the traditional art of Việt Nam that had been preserved in the community for centuries.
The growth of digital technology for inclusive and sustainable economic development is a top priority for Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar, Thailand and Việt Nam (CLMTV).
Abstract acrylic paintings by Nguyễn Ngọc Phương are on display at an exhibition in Hà Nội.
The Lào Cai Department of Natural Resources and Environment has proposed the provincial people’s committee fine three chemical enterprises for violating regulations on environmental protection.
Many banks are likely to seek an increase in their credit limits like they did in previous years when they used up their assigned quota halfway through the year.