Celebrating Mid-Autumn Festival in Hanoi with a Children’s Art Exhibition

A captivating exhibition of 58 artworks depicting kids' visions for a brighter future has opened at Hanoi Museum.


The exhibition titled “The Colors” showcases 58 vibrant paintings on acrylic. These artworks are created by talented students from the esteemed Little Superman Art Club, which has been serving the Hanoi community and neighboring provinces for almost a decade.

To provide a visual representation, here is an image of one of the captivating paintings featured in the exhibition:

The painting titled 'My Childhood' by Nguyen Gia Han

The painting titled “My Childhood” by Nguyen Gia Han

This remarkable exhibition will be open until September 30, coinciding with the celebration of the Mid-Autumn Festival in Hanoi.

Through the innocent eyes of children, life transforms into a beautiful, kind, and precious experience. Notable artworks in the exhibition depict the splendor of terraced fields during the rice harvest, diligent farmers working the land, a bouquet of chrysanthemums, and the joyous daily lives surrounding children.

As part of this wonderful event, the Hanoi Museum and the Little Superman Art Club have organized a workshop on creating and painting traditional paper masks. During the workshop, participants engage in discussions about the benefits of drawing for children’s intellectual development.

The exhibition titled “The Colors” aims to provide an engaging, meaningful, and educational experience for children during the ongoing Mid-Autumn Festival.

The Hanoi Museum has firmly established itself as a hub for creativity, attracting art enthusiasts from local and international communities.

Two additional images from the exhibition are displayed below:

The painting 'Exploring Danang City' by Nguyen Ngoc Bich

The painting “Exploring Danang City” by Nguyen Ngoc Bich

The painting 'The Temple of Literature' by Tran Ngoc Bich

The painting “The Temple of Literature” by Tran Ngoc Bich