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The art exhibition themed "To the heritage land"

TTH.VN - The exhibition will introduce to the public 23 works by various artists, including Phan Thanh Binh, Dang Thi Thu An, Lai Thanh Dung, Dang Mau Tuu, Dang Mau Triet, etc.

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Song Huong Magazine. Photo: tapchisonghuong.com.vn 

Held by Song Huong Magazine, the art exhibition themed “To the heritage land” is scheduled to take place on June 6th at its editorial office - No.9 Pham Hong Thai Street, Hue City. The exhibition is to celebrate the 40 years of the magazine’s establishment as well as the release of its first issue in 1983.

The exhibition will introduce to the public 23 works by various artists, including Phan Thanh Binh, Dang Thi Thu An, Lai Thanh Dung, Dang Mau Tuu, Dang Mau Triet, etc.

Made of numerous materials, the works are expected to feature the beauty of tangible and intangible heritage through the images of the ancient citadel, nature, culture, and the people of Hue.

On the evening of June 10 at Nha ken - the Octagonal Pavilion of February 3rd Park, Song Huong Magazine will also organize a poetry and painting program with the theme "Huong River - a stream of poetry". The event aims to introduce paintings and poetic works printed in Song Huong Magazine by Hue poets and others based in 6 other Northern Central provinces.

By Minh Hien
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