Works on display include images and documentaries on different genres of Vietnamese folk paintings, including Kim Hoang, Hang Trong, Dong Ho, and glass painting, among others. Visitors can also learn about how the folk paintings and traditional patterns can bee applied to household products, decorations and daily utensils. The exhibits were selected from 300 entries send to the ‘Initiatives from Kim Hoang Folk Paintings’ contest for children, which was launched by the Hanoi Ceramic Museum in June 2018. The entries included more than 200 paintings, nearly 30 fashion designs, and 45 designs for postcards, handbags and scarfs, among others. A fashion show introducing 27 children’s outfits inspired from Kim Hoang folk paintings will be held on the evening of October 24 as part of the exhibition The exhibition will run until November 10 at the Temple of Literature’s Centre for Scientific and Cultural Activities, 58 Quoc Tu Giam street, Ba Dinh district, Hanoi.