‘Cham Colours in Binh Thuan' exhibition opens

‘Cham Colours in Binh Thuan' exhibition opens

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A fine art exhibition entitled ‘ Cham Colours in Binh Thuan’ opened in the province on September 27 as part of the Cham Kate Festival 2011.

The exhibition displays 28 paintings and five sculptures by 12 artists from the Binh Thuan Provincial Literature and Arts Association. The works were inspired by the artists’ special interest in Cham culture.

Many of the exhibits were previously showcased at the Southeast Region Fine Arts Exhibition and received praise from art lovers.

The exhibition, held jointly by the the Cham Cultural Exhibition Center, Binh Thuan provincial Literature and Arts Association and Bac Binh district Sports- Cultural Center, aims to raise awareness of preserving the tangible and intangible cultural heritage and traditions of Cham culture.

‘Cham Colours in Binh Thuan’ will run through October 7. (Source: Nhan Dan)

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