“The Beauty of Old Ceramics” exhibition has opened at the Da Nang Fine Arts Museum, 78 Le Duan Street, Hai Chau district, to celebrate National Heritage Day on November 23. Fine Arts Museum hosting “The Beauty of Old Ceramics” exhibition from November 23 to 28. More than 100 artifacts from local collectors are on display, most of which are from the central and southern areas from the Champa period (192-1832) until the late 19th century. The museum held a ceremony to receive the artifacts and recognize the collectors, who were presented with a Certificate of Merit from the Da Nang Department of Culture and Sports. The exhibition will also encourage people to actively participate in the preservation and promotion of the country’s cultural heritage values. Entry is free and the exhibition runs until November 28. The Da Nang Fine Arts Museum was the first art museum in the central region and the third in the country, joining the Vietnam Museum of Fine Arts in Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City. The museum has three floors. The first features a main hall with modern and alternative arts from Da Nang. The second displays modern Da Nang arts, sculptures, oil paintings, lacquered paintings, and military art, while the third is for ancient arts, traditional arts, and applied arts. The museum currently preserves and displays 413 art works of high quality from famous painters, sculptors, and artists in Da Nang, the central region, and the central highlands.