The French Cultural Center in Hanoi is exhibiting an installation collection by Vietnamese artist Dinh Gia Le until January 8.
Inspired by the images of blooming water lilies and popcorn, the collection "Flowers, my head and pop-corn" is on display at the exhibition hall of the center, 24 Trang Tien Street. Entrance is free.
The center is also selling tickets between VND50,000-100,000 for the concert Windy Days at 8 p.m. January 15. Tickets to an electronics music concert at 8 p.m. January 18 costs VND50,000 for two people.
At 8 p.m. today is the screening of the 2008 fantasy "Les Enfants de Timpelbach" (Trouble at Timpetill) directed by Nicolas Bary.
The film is about children of a small European mountain village who are abandoned by the adults fed-up with the children's mischief. The film has Vietnamese subtitles. Tickets at VND5,000 will be sold before screening.
On Thursday, a conference was held at the center to commemorate the 50th death anniversary of Albert Camus, key philoxsopher of the 20th century and author of the famous novel "The Stranger."
The conference was attended by Tran Van Hinh, a lecturer of French literature at Hanoi University of Social Sciences and Humanities and Dinh Thi Thanh Huyen, a French literature researcher.