For the first time, renowned poet Nguyễn Quang Thiều hosted a solo exhibition in Hà Nội showing 53 paintings with some metaphors for people’s lives and Vietnamese countryside.
Vietnamese-American songtress Lệ Thu, who was well-known in southern Việt Nam in the 1970s, died of COVID-19 in the US on January 15. She was 78.
Love, youth and women are themes in new albums by female artists Phùng Khánh Linh and Hà Miên whose music celebrates the upcoming Tết (Lunar New Year) which begins in February.
A painting exhibition by artists with autism will open today at Megan Gallery in Ha Noi.
The HCM City-based Ánh Sao Production today presents a new movie, Sám Hối (The Living Sandbag), a Việt Nam-India co-production, at cinemas across the country.
Talented Vietnamese underground music bands will have the chance to shine at Livespace Vietnam – a new playground launched by L’Espace in collaboration with Moonsoon Music Festival, and the Thể Thao & Văn Hóa newspaper.
Artist Thu Trần has opened an exhibition featuring a huge hexagon made of steel covered with colourful fabric illuminated by lights all over a hill, creating a vision of splendour in Sơn La Province.
A web drama series on love and family issues starring famous actors and comedians in HCM City will be released on YouTube next week.
Dozens of singers will perform in a special music TV show next week to welcome Spring and Lunar New Year which begins on February 12.