An exhibition on Viet Nam’s traditional crafts takes place at the Kim Ngan Temple, No.42-44 Hang Bac Street, Hoan Kiem District on October 9th -10th. The event aims to introducing heritages’ values, honouring artisans and craftsmen in the task of conserving heritages.
At the exhibition, artisans of silver and bronze casting from Chau Khe Village in the northern province of Hai Duong, Dinh Cong Ward in Ha Noi, Dai Bai Village in the northern province of Bac Ninh and Dong Xam Village in the northern province of Thai Binh perform their skills and create sophisticated products.
According to Tran Thuy Lan, Deputy Head of the Ha Noi Old Quarter Management Board, the Organizing Board expected that the Kim Ngan Temple will become an ideal place to exchange experiences of artisans from traditional craft villages and streets, gradually creating the gravitation to develop traditional craft streets as well as attracting more visitors.
Products displayed at the Kim Ngan Temple.
As a part of cultural activities to mark the Capital’s Liberation Day, on October 13, a fashion show under the theme “Ha Noi Autumn” will be organized by the Management Board of Ha Noi Old Quarter and the A Designers Ha Noi Group on Phung Hung Street, Hang Ma Ward, Hoan Kiem District.
In the framework of the fashion show, well-known designers, Trinh Fashion, Adesigner, Thao Oliver, Camelia Fashion, Myana, D.Khang, Caroll Tran, Yen Phi Designer, A&C Media, and Azalea will introduce their collections.
Besides, many music performances and folk games will be held so as to draw the participation of numerous visitors.