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Students draw about heritage on the occasion of 1st anniversary of Cecile Le Pham Art Museum

TTH.VN - On the occasion of the 1st anniversary of its establishment, on the afternoon of May 30, Cecile Le Pham Art Museum (53 Ham Nghi Street, Hue City) organized a drawing competition for children, with the theme “The beauty of Hue ancient capital’s heritage through the eyes of childhood”. This activity is in response to International Children's Day on June 1.

More than 200 students draw paintings to celebrate Vietnam Family DayChildren and the reading festival day

 The outstanding works were selected for bestowing awards and putting on exhibition

The contest attracted over 100 children from orphanage centers, and child protection centers, as well as students from gifted drawing classes, etc. In their own perspectives, the children depicted the beauty of Hue heritage with different emotions, in the spirit of promoting the beauty of Hue heritage to everyone.

The organizing committee also selected many outstanding works to be awarded and exhibited right in the space of the Cecile Le Pham Art Museum.

The Cecile Le Pham Art Museum is the fifth non-public museum in the province, which officially came into operation exactly one year ago.

The museum space consists of two floors and a garden, with a total area of approximately 400 square meters. The first floor of the museum displays the theme of phap lam (vitreous enamel) art and a collection of decorative objects from Vietnam, Japan, and France. In this space, there are nearly 200 handicrafts from Vietnam, China, Japan, and France made around the late 19th and early 20th centuries. These artifacts are mainly decorative items, worshiping items, and household items made of materials such as stone, bronze, wood, paper, cloth, ceramics, and the phap lam, etc., and by sophisticated hand-crafting techniques, with many unique aesthetic and artistic values.

 The Cecile Le Pham Art Museum is the fifth non-public museum in the province

The space on the second floor of the museum, with the theme “Asian Buddhist art - multidimensional approaches”, displays and introduces to the public precious materials on the history, culture, and fine arts of the Buddhist sculpture art, with more than 100 sculptures.

All of the artifacts on display at the museum are the result of nearly 30 years of collecting by Ms. Cecile Le Pham (a French Vietnamese), the owner of the museum.

By N. MINH
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