The Da Nang’s Fine Arts Museum will cooperate with the Viet Nam Fine Arts Museum to organise an exhibition of Vietnamese traditional folk art from 1 to 25 February on occasision of the Lunar New Year Festival.
Children can explore the art from 3pm to 5pm on 3 and 4 February
The event, the first of its kind held in Da Nang, aims to introduce paintings from the traditional painting villages, those have survived in Viet Nam for centuries, despite often warning popularity.
The exhibition will display a collection of 62 paintings from such traditional villages as Dông Ho in Bac Ninh Province, Hang Trong and Kim Hoang in Ha Noi, Vu Di in Vinh Phuc and Doc Loi in Nghe An Province.
The exhibition organisers will allow visitors to watch and be guided by artists attending the show. In addition, visitors can explore the skills and techniques used by artists to produce the colourful art forms.
The exhibition will open at 4pm at 78 Le Duan Street on 1 February.
Children can explore the art from 3pm to 5pm on 3 and 4 February.