The 5th Thai-Vietnam Contemporary Art Exhibition was
opened on October 8 at the Chiang Mai University (CMU) Art Museum. The
exhibition comprises works of lecturers of six universities in Vietnam and
Thailand, including CMU, Maha Sarakham University, Burapha University, Hue
College of Arts, Hanoi Fine Arts University and Ho Chi Minh Fine Arts
Mai Deputy Governor Prinya Panthong along with Amnuay Kunta-in, dean of
Faculty of Fine Arts, CMU and lecturers from Vietnamese universities
attending the opening ceremony.
The contemporary art exhibition between the fine arts
schools of Vietnam and Thailand was established in 1985 by Hue College of
Arts and Chiang Mai College of Arts. It is organized every two years
alternating between the universities of the two countries.
The exhibition is not only a cultural, academic exchange,
mutual study of art creation but also denotes greater significance of
friendship and cooperation between Thai and Vietnam colleges of arts.
the park entertainment.
The official opening ceremony was witnessed by Chiang Mai
Deputy Governor Prinya Panthong and Amnuay Kunta-in, dean of the Faculty of
Fine Arts, along with lecturers from Vietnamese universities.
The exhibition will run until October 31. Afterwards, it will go to the
Jampari Art Gallery, Maha Sarakham University in the Northeast from November
8-30 and at Eastern Center of Art and Culture, Burapha University in the
Gulf of Thailand from December 6-30.