From Hue Festival 2024, thoughts on the Huong River festival space

From Hue Festival 2024, thoughts on the Huong River festival space

Both the opening and closing ceremonies of Hue Festival 2024 took place at Kien Trung Palace in the Imperial Citadel. However, the Huong River was equally vibrant, embodying the festival atmosphere of Hue Festival 2024.
Bringing the Festival to patients

The program is like a meaningful spiritual medicine for patients and their families, spreading love and helping patients to “heal” their souls;...

Bringing the Festival to patients
Artistic quintessence on the streets

Every artist is a "cultural messenger". They do their best to show off the artistic quintessence, dedicating to viewers with the spirit of an artist no matter what stage they are on...

Artistic quintessence on the streets
Performing arts in the rain

During the performance, the dancers meet on stage as if they seemingly encounter each other for the first time, and through movement, they weave an intimate conversation...

Performing arts in the rain
Opening of Hue International Arts Festival Week 2024
Lighting up the festival season

After 24 years and 11 festivals, Hue Festival has become a cultural rendezvous for domestic and international artists, and one of Vietnam’s prominent cultural, tourism, and artistic events over many years.

Lighting up the festival season
Sketches of Phu Loc captivate viewers

The artworks were selected from over 250 pieces created during the Sketching the Beauty of Phu Loc Journey 2024, with the participation of nearly 50 members from Urban Sketchers Hanoi Group and Hue artists.

Sketches of Phu Loc captivate viewers
Identifying artifacts in the digital space

As for the HMCC’s Director, the integration of artifacts/antiquities into technology applications is not only the key to connecting heritage and cultural values but also to promoting the development of Vietnam's cultural industry.

Identifying artifacts in the digital space
“Artistic inspiration from royal patterns”

Taking place from June 3 to 12, the exhibition showcases over 50 fine art works by artists, lecturers, and students, using a variety of materials such as oil, silk, lacquer, graphic art, and acrylic, etc.

“Artistic inspiration from royal patterns”
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