The second exhibition and introduction of the Co Tu ethnic’s traditional culture will be held by Danang museum. The program is also an event in the series of 2017’s Culture and Festival activities on both sides of Han river.
Visitors coming to Danang will not only have an opportunity to admire, enjoy the original artifacts from the region, but also take part in community activites, discover and experience the attractive and amazing realities on the occasion of the 42nd anniversary of the liberation of Da Nang city (29/03/1975 – 29/03/2017).
Detailed content of the program:
- Displaying a number of images and artifacts presenting the Co Tu ethnic’s traditional culture.
- Theme: “The beauty of Co Tu Culture” including 3 parts: Traditional costumes, belief, festival and traditional handicraft.
- Cong Chieng would be performed in the opening ceremony.
- Musical instrument, Ly performance and The Co Tu ethnic in Danang city, Quang Nam province and Thua Thien-Hue’s traditional handicrafts would be presented.
The traditional handicraft ranging from textile, bamboo and rattan products, tube wine and Co Tu’s agricultural products and cuisine.
Time: Wed, 29th March, 2017
Opening ceremony: From 08h30 to 17h00
Place: Danang Museum
Address: 24 Tran Phu St
Museum of Da Nang was founded in 1989 and was originally located in Le Duan Street. In 2005 it was relocated to 24 Tran Phu Street where it officially opened on 26 April 2011.
The Museum of Danang is located inside Dien Hai Rampart, the national historical monument marking the first fighting of Da Nang soldiers and people against the French – Spanish Coalition Forces (1858-1860). The construction for the museum began in April 2005 and completed in April 2011.
With a display area of 3000m2, the museum introduces more than 2,500 items of valuable objects and documents on the subjects of Natural and social history of Da Nang; History of the revolutionary struggle; War remnants of U.S Army in Da Nang and the surroundings; Cultural characteristics of ethnic groups in Da Nang and Quang Nam.