In order to diversify the spiritual life of the local people as well as the activities of Danang Museum of Fine Arts, encourage artists in this field, enable the general public to get exposure to the development of graphic design in Danang and moreover, to fund people in need in Central Vietnam post severe typhoons, Danang Museum of Fine Arts in collaboration with Danang Graphic Design Club organize the exhibition “Danang Graphic Design 2020”.
The exhibition will showcase and introduce nearly 60 pieces of graphic design in various techniques and materials such as: zinc printing, Flexography, wood carving, lithography, mono printing, … produced by 18 Danang artists as well as their peers from Hanoi, Hue and Quang Nam.
Of which there are a few work arts displayed at the Exhibition “Art of Central Vietnam and Highlands, Exhibition of Vietnam Fine Arts 2020”. Each work of art is an experience inspired by the artists’ creativity to filter the beauty in life and colorize the modern society. The event is promised to enrich the love and knowledge in graphic design for the guests and also raising fund for the victims of the floods in Central Vietnam.
Time: Opening at 4:30 p.m. on November 3, 2020 (Tuesday) | The exhibition takes place until November 25, 2020.
Venue: Da Nang Museum of Fine Arts – No. 78 Le Duan, Thach Thang ward, Hai Chau district, Da Nang city.
Black-winged Stilt can be found both on the coast and inland on any wadeable pond, lake, marsh or stream. They have the longest legs in relation to their body of any bird in the world. Plumage is very variable and head markings can differ enormously, but they invariably have black wings – hence the name, not unsurprisingly.
In Da Nang, the migratory bird can be easily found on the waters at the foot of the Son Tra Peninsula, and it always brings an endless source of inspiration to both amateur and professional photographers.
Our freelance photographer Nguyen Hong Huy has captured stunning photos of this bird.
Vietnam has won multiple prizes at the prestigious World Travel Awards (WTA) 2020, being named one of Asia’s leading heritage, cultural and culinary destinations. The country has surpassed other candidates from Cambodia, China, India, Japan, Malaysia, South Korea and Thailand.
This year is the second consecutive year Vietnam has been honoured in the big three categories. Among other categories, Vietnam has also been named Asia’s Best Golf Destination 2020 after beating other reputable nominees such as China, Korea, Thailand, Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia. This is also the fourth consecutive year that the country received this prestigious international award.
The awards were issued by WTA following a year-long search for the world’s top travel, tourism and hospitality brands. Nominees gaining the most votes in different categories will be named the winners. For this year, Asia’s winners were announced at the World Travel Awards (WTA) Asia Gala Ceremony 2020 in London, UK, last week. The world-class winners of 27th WTA will be issued on November 27
Da Nang Museum of Cham Sculpture houses and displays the unique collections of Champa sculpture art. The artefacts on display clearly interpret the cultural, spiritual and religious aspects of the ancient Cham people.
Currently, there does not exist many relics remaining traces of ancient civilizations and Da Nang Museum of Cham Sculpture is such an exceptional tourist attraction in the world that fulfil this duty.
After ups and downs of history and the continuance in time, the core values of culture and archaeology exhibited and conserved at Da Nang Museum of Cham Sculpture are still intact and turns into not only a must-visit attraction but also a pride of Da Nang residents.
No matter where you are, it is simple to experience 3D Scanning at Danang Museum of Cham Sculpture. The authentic multi-dimensional virtual experience and 360-degree high-definition pictures satisfy visitors’ visual desire while encouraging them to pay a visit late in reality.
In just a click, you can access the animated virtual reality and explore the Danang Museum of Cham Sculpture:
- With 3 viewing modes and 3D multi-dimensional 360-degree viewing angle, visitors can watch 04 galleries including Tra Kieu, My Son, Dong Duong and Thap Mam. Moreover, the short, smooth and detailed movements enable users to actively interact in unlimited virtual space as if they were truly standing at that point.
- With comprehensive and simple instructions, users can find out information and audio guide of 14 typical artifacts with themes of Hindu and Buddhist gods, fertility symbols, sacred animals and architectural decorations … that reveal diverse cultural, religious and aesthetic life of the ancient Champa inhabitants.
- Information on diverse display with 2 languages (Vietnamese – English)