Jointly organized by the Management Board for Ha Noi Old Quarter in collaboration with artisans of Phu Vinh bamboo and rattan village, the program aims at promoting traditional cultural values, helping the public better understand one of the many traditional craft villages of the country.
Located in Chuong My District, Phu Vinh village was officially recognized as a traditional village in 2002, but the job of Phu Vinh bamboo and rattan, the former name of Phu Hoa Trang has been known for about 400 years.
Previously, bamboo products from the villagers mainly baskets, screening, bags, boxes using for daily life. However, to meet the demands, the village improves and develops with diverse and fine-art products such as rattan and bamboo ornaments, lampshades, curtains, decorative items, plates, trays, flower vases, tables, chairs and curtains. With skillful hands, artisans from the village have made hundreds of different ways of weaving their products in combination with colors, creating highly aesthetic patterns on products.
Under the framework of the event, diverse activities will be held, such as decoration, installation, introduction of rattan and bamboo products from Phu Vinh village, and exchanges with artisan Nguyen Van Trung.
The program will last until may 7.