The judging panel of “Colors of Cultures” will include some of the world’s most renowned watercolor artists from various countries. These artists include Liu Yi from China, Stanislaw Zoladz from Sweden, Michal Suffczynski from Poland, Paul Jackson from the United States, Zeze Lai from Hong Kong (China), Thierry De Marichalar and Didier Brot from France.

Prior to the exhibition opening, a total of 465 watercolor paintings have been carefully selected to be showcased at the Temple of Literature and Nhau Studio in Hanoi. This exhibition will run from March 16 to March 26.

As part of the exhibition, 16 international artists will have the opportunity to showcase their talent by creating live paintings at the Temple of Literature on March 16.

In addition to the exhibition, both local and international artists will take part in a drawing tour from March 18 to March 20. During this tour, the artists will create artworks depicting Vietnamese culture, landmarks, and everyday life.

This event is being organized by VietnamInAcquarello, a local branch of the world’s largest watercolor organization based in Italy. The event is a collaboration between VietnamInAcquarello, the Temple of Literature Center for Cultural and Scientific Activities, Watercolor Artist Club Hanoi, Nhau Studio, and Minh Dam Gallery. The Embassy of the Republic of Poland in Hanoi is also providing support for this event.

VietnamInAcquarello is a local branch of an international non-profit watercolor organization that operates across more than 100 countries and territories. In 2014, VietnamInAcquarello organized an event in Vietnam that attracted over 1,000 applications from artists.