15 artworks out of 1,375 artworks by 211 artists from 10 provinces and cities attending the Festival were chosen for exhibition. The Gold Medal award was delivered to “Girls and Spring” by Nguyen Dong from Khanh Hoa Art and Literature Association, and the Festival Organising Board also handed three silver medal prizes, four bronze medal prizes to artists with recognised artworks. The artwork “Silk Road” by Le Minh – an artist from Quang Ngai Art and Literature Association won the silver medal.
As planned, on 24 August, the Organizing Board for the 16th South Central and Central Highland Art Photography Festival will officially open the exhibition to display all the prized artworks at Quang Ngai General Library and it lasts until 02 September 2011.
The South Central and Central Highland Art Photography Festival is yearly held in the region. With the theme of “Highland and South Central Tourism – Potential and Development”, the Festival this year aims to exploit the natural beauty, preserve and promote the traditional culture, especially concentrating on the strength of tourism in the region, as well as the potential for tourism development in the new period.
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