The Creative Canvas: Unveiling Hanoi’s Young Fine Arts Festival 2024

The 7th Young Fine Arts Festival kicked off on May 13 in Hanoi, welcoming Vietnamese citizens aged 18 to 35, from both local and international communities. This inclusive event promises to be a celebration of creative talents, offering a platform for young artists to showcase their unique perspectives and connect with their peers. With a diverse range of artistic expressions on display, the festival is set to inspire and engage audiences, fostering a deeper appreciation for the arts.


At the launch ceremony, Deputy Minister of Culture, Sports, and Tourism, Ta Quang Dong, who chairs the festival’s organizing committee, described the biennial event as an opportunity for young artists across the nation to showcase their creative talents.

According to the organizers, artists are invited to explore diverse themes, expressing humanity, positivity, and social issues through their artwork with a dynamic and aesthetically pleasing approach.

The festival welcomes submissions across multiple categories, such as painting, graphics, sculpture, relief, installation art, performance art, visual arts, and other modern artistic expressions.

Participants can submit up to three pieces to the Department of Fine Arts, Photography, and Exhibition, located at 38 Cao Ba Quat Street, Hanoi, until August. Alternatively, they can send their entries via email to [email protected].

It is important to note that artworks submitted to the festival must have been created between 2022 and 2024, and those previously exhibited at any national event organized by the Ministry of Culture, Sports, and Tourism will not be eligible for this festival.

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