Vietnam Art Books -- Vietnamese young artists blossom at exhibition in Ha Noi (April 22, 2003)

Vietnamese young artists blossom at exhibition in Ha Noi (April 22, 2003)

Vietnamese young artists
Vietnamese young artists
Two of the paintings that will be included in the grand showcase of UNIS student work.
The public will have the chance to sample the tal-ents of Ha Noi’s promising young artists when more than 400 students from the United Nations International School exhibit their year’s work at the Ha Noi Towers Convention Centre from on Tuesday.

The annual exhibition features works from all grades, from early childhood to grade 12, allowing visitors and students to witness a broad range of talent from all age groups.

Grade 12 students will be exhibiting studio works from the past two years of their International Baccalaureate programme. Given more licence to experiment, they have evolved into independent artists with growing mastery of technical skills and their own individual styles and themes.

UNIS says its students have been preparing for this exhibition for the past year and are looking forward to sharing their art with the community.

"The students are excited and proud to show their works in such a grand venue," said Loretta Mazzuchin from the UNIS.

The show is a highlight of the school year, she said, and is a good opportunity for parents and the greater community to support the city’s young up-and-coming artists.

The UNIS show will run through Thursday at the Ha Noi Towers Convention Centre, Hai Ba Trung Street, Ha Noi. — VNS

Reprinted with permission from Vietnam News Agency


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