VietNamNet Bridge – “ParkCity on Canvas”, a charity event to raise funds for flood victims in Vietnam, will be held by ParkCity Hanoi on October 11-15, at Pavilion of ParkCity Club, ParkCity Hanoi Township, Le Trong Tan Road, Ha Dong District, Hanoi.
With the voluntary participation of 18 artists living in Hanoi, the enthusiastic consultancy and contributions of the Vietnam Flood Prevention Program and Vietnam Art Space in the sale and auction of paintings, this event is promising to be one of the meaningful community activities in accordance with ParkCity’s philosophy of business.
The painting workshops will be held at the Pavilion of ParkCity Club from Oct 11 to Oct 13, 2017. The opening ceremony will be officially held on the afternoon of Oct 13, 2017 for invited guests only and free admission for public will be held on Oct 14 to Oct 15 consecutively.
At the exhibition, visitors not only have the opportunity to enjoy the beauty of unique paintings in the tranquil ambiance of ParkCity Hanoi, but also can contribute goodwill to raise the charity fund through buying paintings.
All the money collected from the paintings sold by ParkCity and auctioned by the Vietnam Art Space (a public group of Vietnamese artists sharing different perspectives in high hopes of spreading global art trends and styles) and the Flood Prevention House (community contributions to build flood shelters for disadvantaged people in Central of Vietnam) will be delivered to households suffering heavy losses after the disaster. This support will help disadvantaged people have a chance to recover their lives and children can return to school.
Within the framework of the program, 18 artists visited ParkCity to survey the venue to ensure the conditions for the workshop.
Artist Nguyen Quoc Thang – Program Set up Direct, said: “In the heart of Hanoi, with such a special ecological greenery ambience of autumn, this is an ideal place to organize the workshop, which strongly inspires our feelings for paintings. We are all very happy to accept invitations from ParkCity to participate in this program for charity purposes.”
For more information, contact: 093 679 3338 or visit ParkCity’s website.