Voices & Colors: Vietnamese Dong Ho Paintings

Banner for Voices and Colors: Vietnamese Dong Ho Paintings. May 11 through July 22, 2018

Located in the Down Jersey Folklife Center, this exhibition features the artworks of master artists Nguyen Thi Oanh and Nguyen Huu Tao, who present the unique style of Dong Ho woodblock printing. They continue the legacy of the late Nguyen Huu Sam, who was recognized by UNESCO as a “living human treasure” and held in highest respect by artists and members of his family. The tradition has remained in their family for many generations and is internationally known as one of the finest examples of the Vietnamese folk art.

Opening Reception in the Down Jersey Folklife Center
May 11, 2018, 5:30 p.m. to 8 p.m.

Special Performance: Lion Dance by the Lion Team of the Youth Vietnamese Buddhist Family(Member of the Asian American Buddhist Association of South Jersey and Philadelphia, Bo De Buddhist Temple and Community Center)

Dong Ho woodblock print of a Rat's Wedding with a large cat sitting and 12 rats playing instruments and carrying banners.

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