Don’t forget these events to watch for this weekend:
Fri 12 Oct 2012, 6 – 9pm
To celebrate the recent opening of Bookworm Too in Nghi Tam Village, one of Vietnam’s best known and successful artists will create a gallery there over two levels. Vuong Thao’s new work returns to the days before his fossil sculptures became so famous that the Singapore Art Museum purchased the complete 64 piece ‘Old Quarter’ series for their collection.
Sat 13 Oct 2012, 5.30 pm
Chula invites art lovers and photographers of all types to their place on the lake to sip sangria at sunset and listen to Nguyen The Son talk about his photography.
Sat 13 Oct 2012, 8 pm
Don’t forget the Jazz -Accordion concert with the Swing Quartet. The concert is performed by the young accordion player Thibault DILLE, winner of the renown Toots Thielemans Award, Bruxelles 2010.
Sat 13 Oct 2012, 9 pm
Hanoi Rock City
Come down in support of five local acts who will take to the stage with an eclectic assortment of sounds and unique charisma. Whether you like it groovy, rocky, poppy, jazzy, or brilliantly Zippy, this is a real pick ‘n’ mix of the melodies.
And more events:
Screening of “Les Beaux Gosses”
Subscription Concert Vol.56 “Mahler Cycle”
Electronic Music with UK Beat-maker 1DAN
Film screening “The Legendary Love Story of Water God”
Sunday Market at Hanoi Cooking Centre
Exhibition “This is my Mexico – This is my Vietnam”
Exhibition “Hanoi in Those Bombing Days in 1972″
Exhibition “Venus in Vietnam”
Sculpture Exhibition “New Form”
Exhibition “The World of KIRIGAMI: A Hundred Flowers & Words”
Map Supports Island Sovereignty Claim
Piknic Electronik Season 2
Exhibition “Becoming a Man”
Hue – Exhibition “Orange Vital”
HCMC – Concert with Swing Quartet
HCMC – Film Screening in Oct at IDECAF
HCMC – Solo Exhibition by Le Quang Ha
HCMC – Exhibition “Autumn Meeting”
HCMC – Exhibition “Tales of Chewing Gum, Noodle Soup, and Other Stories”
HCMC – Exhibition “The Form”