PANO - “Stories in cities: community’s voices” arts exhibition opened at Vietnam Museum of Ethnology on July 9th, hosted by the Museum and TV channel for Ethnic Minorities with the participation of Vietnamese students and international friends.
The exhibition displays photos and screens three short films: “The Silent Teachers”, “The Trash Collectors-Village People in the City” and “Hip-hop - my life”, of between 15-20 minutes long each. The films reflect the life of people who had left their hometown for cities to work as trash collectors, students working as tutors and youngsters with a passion for hip-hop dancing.
Apart from photos displaying and film screening, there are interesting events: the performance and exchange between hip-hop dancers from “Minishock” group in Hanoi and “Khen” dancers, an instrument of H’mong ethnic minority group from Pa Co Commune, Mai Chau District of Hoa Binh Province.
Besides, viewers can join activities to understand more about three mentioned groups, such as: taking photographs within the communities that you like, sharing ideas and hopes and dancing with hip-hop dancers from the Minishock group and so on.
The exhibition lasts till September 9th.