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What's on July 1-7-30/2024
  • | dtinews.vn | July 01, 2024 11:59 PM


HUE Art Exhibition – Hope Unfolds through Education

Until July 10
New World Saigon Hotel, 76 Le Lai Street, District 1, 
From the organizer:

H.U.E – Hope Unfolds through Education celebrates the diversity and richness of art and the power of education in igniting dreams. The exhibition will showcase works by artists Claire Binkley, Ivan Shenevsky, Lam Son Than, P.artspace_, Pham Rong, Richie Fawcett, and Tran Minh Kim Thoai ), professional young artists, and talented students from the Ho Chi Minh City University of Fine Arts. Notably, the exhibition will also feature inspiring works by children who have been beneficiaries of the Saigon Children’s Charity (saigonchildren) programmes.

The event is a collaborative initiative between saigonchildren, New World Saigon Hotel, and Limitless Contemporary..

Follow updates on event’s page.

HCM City-Exhibition “New Beginning”

Until Jul 7, 09:30 am – 07 pm, Tues – Sat & 09:30 am – 05 pm, Sun

TomuraLee Gallery, No. 24, Street 1, Thu Duc District
From the organizer:

The exhibition displays 20 works by artist Le Minh Dai, inspired by nature, energy, or human emotions. He does not name his works because he wants to bring freedom to the viewers’ minds, without imposing or encapsulating their minds in concepts he has created for himself. The audience can experience and feel in their own way and listen to their thoughts and feelings.

Hanoi-Exhibition “Lotus Pond”

12 pm – 10 pm, 15 June – 14 July 2024
NGÃ Art Space
20 Hai Ba Trung Street, Hoan Kiem District,
From the organiser:

Six peculiar young artists currently living in Saigon – JUNC, RAB, CHIN, FANG (KHẢI ĐỊNH), BEO and NGUYỄN VŨ TRỤ – invite you to join us in our super-ordinary lotus pond – Where multiversal beliefs and stories float and intersect. A pond where we are all-welcome to ponder and reflect our inner lotuses.

HCMC-We Ate the Forest

Until July 27, 10 am – 07 pm, Tues – Sat,
Galerie Quynh, 118 Nguyen Van Thu Street, D1,
From the organizer:

Nadege David’s solo exhibition, We Ate The Forest, borrows its title from the 1957 book Nous avons mangé la forêt (We have eaten the forest), which refers to the agricultural practices of Vietnam’s indigenous Mnong people and written by the late anthropologist Georges Condominas. David’s new paintings, situated in our current era of the Anthropocene, thrust us into dense, saturated forests filled with myths and tales that unfold in a world populated with animals and vegetation pulsating with vitality and energy.

Follow updates on event’s page.

Heritage Journey photo contest 2024

An annual photography contest held by Vietnam Airlines inflight Heritage Magazine, will receive entries from April 1 until July 7, 2024.

This year, the contest has four categories of Culture - Heritage; Landscape – Tourist Destination (domestic and international); Lifestyle - Portraits - Moments Vietnam Airlines; and special shooting techniques such as drone, macro, and underwater photography.

Details on the contest are available at http://heritagevietnamairlines.com/giai-thuong-di san/the-le-giai. Photographers can submit their entries via https://giaianh.heritagevietnamairlines.com.

Pleiku City, Gia Lai Province- Outdoor display of antique artifacts

Until the end of 2024,
Pleiku City

An outdoor exhibition entitled “Tay Nguyen – Gia Lai Paradise” displaying antique artifacts of local ethnic people.

Highlights of the exhibition are a white elephant bone chair dating back 700 years and a collection of elephant hunting tools dating back more than 100 years of the M'Nong ethnic group.

On display are thousands of antique artifacts of collector Dang Minh Tam, including musical instruments, hunting and weaving tools, ceremonial objects, jewelry items and other items in the life of ethnic groups in the five Central Highlands provinces.

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