With the creativity of the simple rustic artisans in Hang Drum paintings by Le Dinh Tien, this project has accelerated the progress of the project as it transitions to a line of sophisticated woodcuts that combine the skills and minds of the artists together with the woodcarvers, printing, filling stages.
The project wants to go further by pushing the inspiration of cross-cultural, transnational dialogues. When the tradition does not necessarily originate from the Vietnamese people but can come from another ethnicity, from another culture. In this case, Japanese woodcuts are indeed an excellent object of study.
With this project, our teachers and students hope to create interesting works with the breath of the times, of individual creations on a source of inspiration to learn and study from the quintessential elements of the Japanese woodblock painting line Ukiyo-e combined with the quintessential values of traditional Vietnamese art materials such as silk, lacquer, Dó paper...
The project hopes to continue writing and promoting visual arts practices inspired by cultural values, traditional art values of Vietnam as well as other cultures. The practice of "traditional creativity" is also encouraged and encouraged by young artists who have just graduated to have more motivation and inspiration to nurture their passion for creating art.