Saigon urban Arts festival- Jam 24 & 25 April 2021



On April 24th and 25th, DRIP ‘IN and the French Institute of Vietnam are honoured to invite you to a great street-art event in the gardens of the Residence of France!

During this exceptional performance, the 6 best artists of the emerging street-art scene of Vietnam will create, live and in front of you, large format paintings. They will be accompanied by two big names in street art, guest artists Suby One and Daos 501.

Each artist will represent a subject related to the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). The result will be 8 inspiring works which, through the eyes of the artists, will illustrate the world of tomorrow.

The exhibition will then be displayed for two months on the walls of the Residence of France, and will then travel to different cities in Vietnam.

This performance is also the final of the big springboard competition which will allow the selection, among the emerging artists, of those who will participate in the street-art festival organised next November.

This activity is part of a promising programme that you will have the pleasure of discovering throughout the year 2021!

Dates : 24 – 25/04
Doors opening : 9:30am – 12:30PM
Adress : Résidence de France – 6 Le Duan, Q.1
Free entrance Compulsory pre-registration here.

Session Jam live 2021 on the 24th and 25th of avril

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