ĐÀ NẴNG — A collection of 60 wooden carvings, zinc and stone block prints are going on display to raise funds for the victims of floods and landslides in central Viet Nam.
The city’s Graphic Art Club said the exhibition would feature works by 18 artists from Ha Noi, Thừa Thien-Huế and Đa Nẵng at the city’s Fine Arts Museum from November 3-25.
Some of the artists have donated funds to help local people suffering from floods and landslides in Quảng Bình, Quảng Trị, Huế, Quảng Nam and Quảng Ngãi.
The artists will donate the money made from sales to the cause.
The exhibition will offer free entry at 78 Le Duẩn Street, Đa Nẵng.
Serious erosion in the mountainous districts of Quảng Nam Province has claimed the lives of 24 people and wounded 46, while 23 remain missing. —
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