return icon Vietnamnet.vn

Folk Art Awards 2019 honours 61 outstanding works

The Vietnam Folk Arts Association on Friday honoured 61 outstanding folk artworks at a ceremony in Hanoi.

 

 

  Professor Tô Ngọc Thanh (second left), chairman of the Việt Nam Folk Arts Association and authors of the two works winning the second prizes of the Folk Art Award 2019. 

 

The orangiser of the annual Folk Art Awards said there were no first prizes this year, while the two second prizes A went to a study project on folk poetry by Triều Nguyên from the central province of Thừa Thiên-Huế and religious practices by a group of authors from the Cultural Research Institute, led by Dr. Chu Xuân Giao.

The organiser also awarded 12 second prizes B, 39 third prizes of A and B and five encouragment prizes to works in different areas.

The total value of the awards is nearly VNĐ700 million (roughly US$30,000).

Professor Tô Ngọc Thanh, chairman of the association and also the award organising board, said this year, the board received 77 entries, of which five were eliminated for violating contest rules.

The remaining works were about different studies of folk areas including literature and theory of folklore, customs, festivals, folk knowledge, folk shaping art and folk performance art.

Addressing the award ceremony on Friday, Thanh said among the candidates and award-winning works in 2019, besides the collections, some entries were summary studies based on the theory of systematic characteristics and the history of folk culture.

"Typical are the two works that were awarded with the Second Prizes," said Thanh.

In particular, in the work about the religious practices of Kinh people and some ethnic minorities in the northern mountainous region according to system of Tam Phủ-Tứ Phủ (Three Palace-Four Palace), the religious traditions of the region were for the first time studied based on fieldwork materials and biblical records of Vietnamese Hán Nôm culture, books written in Vietnamese-romanised script, documents by French writers and media in the early 20th century, and the traditional cultural activities of overseas Vietnamese.

Triều Nguyen's work about Vietnamese folk poetry also presented a systematic analysis of the Vietnamese folk poetry scheme and other common characteristics of national poetry.

Prof Thanh appreciated all the awarded works, saying that they have proved efforts of scientists and researchers as well as their contributions to highlighting the Vietnamese culture.

"Their works will be preserved as a foundation for the following generations to continue studying and developing," said Thanh. VNS

MORE NEWS

Vietnam-Australia trade forecast to set new record this year

Two-way trade between Vietnam and Australia is expected to surpass the projection of 15 billion USD and set a new record in 2022.

Vietnam’s rice exports seen hitting record this year

Vietnam shipped 600,000 tons of rice in November, bringing the total volume and value of rice export in the year through November to nearly 6.7 million tons

VIETNAM NEWS HEADLINES NOVEMBER 30

UNICEF wants to support more Vietnamese children in far-flung areas: executive director

Over 144,000 CBU autos imported in 2022

The number of completely-built-up (CBU) automobiles imported in Vietnam during the January-November period hit some 144,726 with a value of US$3.2 billion, rising by 5.9% in volume and 6.3% in value year-on-year.

Conference looks at protecting national, cultural and family values

Vietnamese human norms in the new era should develop in harmony with other values, preserving and promoting the core values of the nation, which envelop traditional culture and Vietnamese family, experts said at a conference in Hanoi.

VIETNAM BUSINESS NEWS NOVEMBER 30

Transport sector records surge in passenger volume

State to divest capital in 141 enterprises

Deputy Prime Minister Le Minh Khai, on November 29, signed Decision No.1479/QD-TTg approving the plan to rearrange State-owned enterprises and enterprises with State capital in the 2022-2025 period.

German players visit the banned Hanoi rail track area

A photo of some Bundesliga club Borussia Dortmund footballers sitting on the banned train track area in Hanoi has gone viral on the internet since Tuesday evening.

Domestic enterprises must focus on trademark registration in foreign markets

Domestic enterprises looking to do business in foreign countries have been reminded of the importance of registering their trademarks in foreign markets.

Vietnamese enterprises expect policies to unlock credit flow

Enterprises are hoping for more policies to help them overcome financial difficulties, maintain operations and to take advantage of post-pandemic recovery opportunities.

IPO market awaits opportunities to boom

There were no new IPO deals in Vietnam in the third quarter of 2022, according to recent data from Deloitte, as the figure was only counted in the first half of the year.

UNESCO honours Vietnam’s art of pottery making of Cham people

The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO) has inscribed the art of pottery making of the Cham people on the List of the Intangible Cultural Heritage in Need of Urgent Safeguarding.

Vietnamese representative finishes among Top 20 at Miss Earth 2022

Thach Thu Thao, the Vietnamese contestant at Miss Earth 2022, claimed a Top 20 finish in the grand final of the pageant held in the Philippines on November 29.

Vietnam to have an effective match against Borussia Dortmund: Coach Park

Vietnam will have an effective match against German football club Borussia Dortmund, heach coach Park Hang Seo stated at a press conference in Hanoi on November 29, a day before the friendly match.

Investors hunt for real estate as prices fall

As the real estate market has been cooling down over the last two months, now is the time for investors to buy land and housing at reasonable prices.
back_to_top