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19/05/2019 - 07:01

Nearly 30 works participated in the exhibition "The imprint of a profound life"

On the morning of May 17, College of Arts, Hue University held a ceremony to open the art exhibition “Dấu ấn một cuộc đời sắc son” (“The imprint of a profound life”).

Delegates visiting and enjoying the art works

The exhibition had the participation of 22 authors, with nearly 30 art works created by lecturers and students of the college via many different methods and materials such as acrylic, composite, torn paper, color powder, and wood carving, etc.

The art works reflect the life of the beloved leader, and express the deep affection towards President Ho Chi Minh. In order to create the art works, some authors had to gain experience at some locations including Uncle Ho memorial house in Duong No Village (Phu Duong Commune, Phu Vang District), or used historical photographic sources, etc. From these, they created the new art works following their exploration and expressed them on the perception of an artist about President Ho Chi Minh.

Presenting awards for the best art works

At the exhibition, the organizing board presented awards and certificates of merit for the five best art works including: “Đất nước gọi tên Người” (“The country calls His name") by author Tran Thi Hoai Diem, "Nụ cười của Bác” (“The smile of Uncle Ho") by author Tran Thi Thanh Dung, "Nhớ Bác áo nâu” (“Remember Uncle Ho in the brown shirt") by author Nguyen Thi Hoa, "Đêm nay Bác không ngủ vì lo nỗi nước nhà” (“Uncle Ho was sleepless because of the worry about the country") by author Tram Thi Trach Oanh, and “Nhà Bác Hồ ở làng Dương Nỗ” ("Uncle Ho's house in Duong No Village") by author Phan Quang Tan.

Story and photos: Huu Phuc

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