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Exhibition of 43 new works of art students

TTH.VN - Organized by the French Institute in Hue in collaboration with the Faculty of Visual Arts, College of Arts, Hue University, an art exhibition named "Flow" opened on the afternoon of March 15 at the French Institute in Hue.

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Space of "Flow" exhibition at the French Institute in Hue

With the participation of 21 young authors who are students of the Faculty of Visual Arts, the exhibition introduces 43 works showing the enthusiasm and passion for dedicating to art of young people.

Through the exhibition, the young authors want to convey the message that culture is a constant "flow" of the nation; culture is imbued with love for the homeland, for the country and people of Vietnam, and young artists are always ready to integrate and blend into that flow.

Coming to the exhibition, viewers can feel the movement of art through the new and creative perspectives of young artists.

The exhibition lasts until April 7.

By Minh Hien
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“Buddhism and compassion”

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“Buddhism and compassion”
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An exhibition themed “The happy land”
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