Harumu warmly invites you to join us for our final event for 2020 – an event that will feature a film screening and a conversation with artist Nguyen Thinh Thi to celebrate the installation-like piece “Landscape #4″Improving the World”. “ will be held at NOUS-Hall until September 10, 2021.
An Contemporary Dance Show “Radial Storm” will be shown in public view for the very first time. This is a joint venture that is a collaboration between Harumu as well as the Japan Cultural Exchange Center in Vietnam with the assistance by 4B organization, NAGOYA Studio and Saigonthink. The title of the performance “Radial Storm” storms
The math numbers are cold. However, there are numbers that can help you contemplate and recollect deeply in private thoughts about shared memories, of a community. 2021 will be the year when humans’ history, according to the Common Calendar has just turned twenty years into this millennium. Like Thang Long citadel is over 1000 years old.
Harumu.com would like to invite you to a special evening of music and conversation with R’Cham Tih as well as Ksor Sep, the two Jrai singers who are the main performers in the audio and video installations. “Landscape #4: Improving the World”, a work written by musician Nguyen Trinh Thi is being held at the Manzi
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We sincerely invite you to attend the Concert “An’s Garden” to listen to joyful melodies to welcome a new year. The program is jointly organized by Vincom Center for Contemporary Art (VCCA) and Wonder. In the busy atmosphere of the last days of the year, the concert hopes to bring the children and their families
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