Musical and visual art piece "L'Histoire du soldat" to be screened online

Oct 23, 8pm

The musical and visual arts work “L'Histoire du soldat” (The Soldier’s Tale) will be screened online.

With the participation of Vietnamese and French artists, and conducted by Honna Tetsuji from Japan.

The musical in online form on Facebook pages and Youtube of the French Cultural Institute in Vietnam, the Embassy of Switzerland, the VNSO, and the ATH Drama and Arts Space.

Hanoi-In Her Voice



Oct 19, 02 pm – 03:30 pm
Zoom Webinar
Registration link

UNESCO in collaboration with Embassy of Canada, Embassy of Switzerland in Vietnam, and the companionship of Hanoi Grapevine, O Kia Ha Noi Cultural and Creative Space, will organize the online film event IN HER VOICE.

Online Premiere: Split



Until Oct 23, 11 pm

When confined to a small space, with no contact with the outside, encounters are not any more, everything just takes place in a space so familiar that it seems boring, will we cut off all associations? Or is it the time to connect to oneself – something that we occasionally forget? Each time like that, people “split” themselves.

“Split” is the breaking in piece, angled deeply inwardly. When outer space is limited, people discover emotions hidden deep within themselves, observe themselves under different beings, both separate and mixed, sometimes very confusing. “splitting” without separation, split to open, for stopping but clarifying, for reflection and for connecting.

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EXHIBITION

Hanoi-Exhibition features artworks by senior painters

Oct 13-22,

Fine Arts Exhibition House in Hoan Kiem District, 

 

An exhibition, entitled “Imprints 2021” featuring around 100 unpublished paintings and sculptures, which were created by nearly 70 veteran painters.

With participation of many famous names in Vietnam’s fine arts such as Nguyen Trong Cat, Tran Huy Oanh, Do Huu Hue, Ngoc Linh, Hoang Cong Luan, Nguyen Van Chung, Le Huy Van, Cao Trong Them, Thanh Hai, Bang Lam, Mai San and Nguyen Minh My.

Ho Chi Minh City Fine Art Association hosts first ever online exhibition




Sep 20-Oct 20

An online exhibition themed ‘Sac Mau Binh Yen’ (Peaceful Colours), displaying 103 paintings and sculptures by 63 artists.

Works on display not only feature the artists’ love for the motherland but also honour the great service and contributions of medical workers, volunteers, the army, public forces, and frontline staff in the fight against the COVID-19 pandemic.

The exhibition is being held on the Facebook’s fanpage of the Ho Chi Minh City Fine Art Association at https://www.facebook.com/hmtqe/.

Photo contest about Phong Nha-Ke Bang National Park




Entries are being invited for a photography contest on Phong Nha–Ke Bang National Park.

Both Vietnamese and foreign photographers aged 18 and above are eligible to take part in the competition.

Entries must be high-resolution photos depicting natural landscapes, forests, caves, native flora and fauna species and people’s daily life taken by professional cameras or smartphones inside the Phong Nha–Ke Bang National Park.

They must be submitted to the contest’s official website https://anh.phongnhakebang.vn or via the email pnkb.cuocthianh@gmail.com before November 15.

Online exhibitions to thrill children on Mid-Autumn Festival



Sep 20-Dec 31

Two online exhibitions for children giving children a special treat particularly during the upcoming Mid-Autumn Festival.

Tthe events will run on the websites http://ape.gov.vn and http://trienlamvhnt.vn.

Vietnam to host first national cultural heritage photo contest



Until November

A national cultural heritage photo contest and exhibition to raise awareness of heritage conservation within the local community.

Competitors are able to submit their entries detailing various aspects of Vietnamese heritage, including local historical and cultural sites, architecture, art, and enthralling scenic spots.

The most outstanding artworks will then be selected for a photo exhibition.

The event is being organised by the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism as part of activities in the lead up to Vietnam Cultural Heritage Day on November 23.

Source: Dtinews/Hanoigrapevines