(TVU) – On November 18, the Faculty of Southern Khmer Language, Culture and Arts organized a musical program and awarded the prize of the competition “Designing, composing, and performing art works to celebrate Vietnamese Teachers’ Day on November 20, 2022” with the topic “Teachers and Tra Vinh University in my heart.”
The program had the attendance of Dr. Nguyen Thi Hue – Director of the Faculty of Southern Khmer Language, Culture and Arts, MSc. Nguyen Thi Thu Huong, Deputy Director of the Faculty, teachers, and students studying and researching at the faculty.
Dr. Nguyen Thi Hue shared: “This is the second time the faculty has organized this program. All students participated enthusiastically and devoted a lot of enthusiasm to their competing work. In the upcoming years, I hope the competition will continue to be held so that the students can get an opportunity to show their talents and dynamism and express their love to their teachers and school.”
Through the competition, the Organizing Committee received 64 works. Among them, 4 works performed skits with the theme “Thinking about the teachers”; 27 literary works with genres of poetry, short stories, prose, and feelings; 27 handmade gift designs and 6 video designs.
After the performances, the first prize was awarded for the skit “Nghề làm dâu trăm họ” (The job which is considered a bride in a hundred families) by the students of Literature Education – course 21; The first prize in literary work belonged to author Nguyen Chi Thien, student of Literature Education – course 21, with the poem “Trà Vinh – Đại học quê mình” (Tra Vinh – the university of our hometown); The first prize for handmade gift design was awarded to the group of authors Le Thi Minh Thu and Nguyen Ngoc Huyen Tran, students of Literature Education – course 21, with the rice painting “Tri ân” (Gratitude); and the work “Cô ơi” (Teacher!) by author Pham My Hien, a student of class DA20QTNT, won the first prize of the video design.
At the program, the best performances and works were chosen to be re-performed on the stage to honor and express gratitude to teachers on the occasion of celebrating Vietnamese Teachers’ Day on November 20. The competition is considered an opportunity for students of the Southern Khmer Language, Culture and Arts in particular and students of Tra Vinh University in general, to promote and hone their skills and creativity in designing, composing, and performing works of art.
By My Nhien