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An audio visual performance centering around and inspired by light will be organized at the Vincom Center for Contemporary Art in Hanoi on October 26.
A Vietnam – Belgium cultural and economic exchange festival will be held in Hai Phong City this weekend, from October 25 to 27.
The Vietnam Fine Arts Association's conference will take place on December 15. This is a chance for artists, researchers and critics to review its performance in 2014 - 2019.
Vietnamese pop star Noo Phuoc Thinh will perform at the V.Heartbeat Live that will take place in Seoul on November 16.
“It looks like humans are climbing out of rocks.” “Rocks have human souls!” These were just some of the comments I heard while visiting a nude photography exhibition entitled “Hồn đá” (Souls of Rocks) at the Ho Chi Minh Fine Arts Association.
Vietnamese actor Nguyen Song Luan has won the Best Actor in a Leading Role award, granted by the Asian Academy Creative Awards 2019, for his role as captain Duy Kien in Vietnamese-version Hậu Duệ Mặt Trời (Descendants of the Sun).
A ceremony was held in Dien Bien province to promote and introduce Thai ethnic people's unique cultural rituals to the community.
Vietnamese architect Pham Thanh Son has found a convenient position to work on his sketching of an ancient house on Hang Ruoi Street.
Nearly 200 artists from international and Vietnamese circus troupes have performed many unique circus acts as meaningful gifts on the weekends for locals and visitors.
Scientists and researchers have announced a new series of findings of Phu Xuan, the ancient historical capital of the Nguyen Lords and Tay Son Dynasty, in the present-day central province of Thua Thien-Hue.
Three buildings by Indian Studio VDGA and Vietnamese VTN Architects have won the annual Dezeen awards 2019.
The 2019 HOZO International Music Festival in HCM City would not only be a significant cultural event of the year but also a magnet for tourists, the city Department of Tourism has said.
French violinist Régis Pasquier and Japanese pianist Yoko Kaneko are set to take the stage for a classical music performance at the L’Espace French Cultural Centre in Hanoi at 8pm on October 26.