Tech Art helps preserve Vietnam’s cultural and artistic heritage values

A “Tech Art” village (Tech Art) opened on July 25 in Hanoi as part of a series of activities to mark National Innovative Entrepreneurship Day (Techfest Vietnam 2022).
Tech Art helps preserve Vietnam’s cultural, artistic heritage values
Thang Long Imperial Citadel. (Photo: VNA)

The launch of Tech Art is expected to help combine the creative arts and modern technology, and connect domestic and international creators working in the fields of traditional, contemporary, and technological art.

The trend of choosing modern electronic tools and digital devices to create artworks is gradually becoming more popular, in which "Digital Art" has been contributing to bringing artworks closer to the public in an effective way.

Social networks and online networking platforms are also creating global connections for artists and art lovers around the world.

Tech Art opens up opportunities to preserve and promote the values of Vietnamese cultural and artistic heritages through promoting the application of Blockchain technology with the VMAIN platform for the art field.

On the occasion, cooperation agreements between Tech Art and its partners were inked, setting up partnerships to preserve and promote the values of Vietnam's cultural and artistic heritage, contributing to introducing Vietnamese art and cultural heritages to the world.

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(Source: VNA)