The exhibition showcases top pieces from 13 artists and includes workshops and panel discussions on the art. The event aims to immerse visitors in the peaceful and friendly energy of the artwork, which has evolved over the past decade.

Truc chi, a new art form developed by artist Phan Hai Bang from Hue City, is rooted in traditional craft and has served as inspiration for other artists. Its first exhibition took place at the museum in 2017, featuring Bang and other members of the Vietnam bamboo paper project.

During the exhibition, a talkshow will be held to discuss the methods and techniques used in the Truc chi style. Additionally, two more exhibitions on Truc chi are scheduled for October in Hanoi and by the end of the year in Ho Chi Minh City.