Event: 3D Painting Exhibition “World, Magic & Fun”

Exhibition: 20 Feb – 17 Apr 2016

(Weekday: 5 pm – 9 pm, Weekend: 10 am – 9 pm)

5th floor, Hanoi Creative City

01 Luong Yen, Hanoi

Following four successful editions in Belgium (one in Brussels and 3 at the Belgian coast during summertime), ‘3D World Magic & Fun’ starts its first edition in Hanoi.

‘3D World Magic & Fun’ is a unique event with huge painted backdrops and the visitor as the missing link. He or she completes the scene by carrying out some act, usually with a funny note. Meanwhile friends or family members take photographs of the performer-of-service.

The majority of sets consist of scenes with animals because the animal world is an inexhaustible source of fun confrontations with humans: together with a cute penguin you wake up a tall polar bear, or will you bring back home a lost dinosaur? Or why not frighten a giraffe with a small spider? But… ‘3D World Magic & Fun’ offers you so much more: an original encounter with The Minions, a game of tennis with an attractive Western lady, hiding for a big, big egg or – why not – becoming member of The Simpsons-family, or drinking coffee in a strange way?

This and much more at ‘3D World Magic & Fun Hanoi’ where the visitor is the hero, for it is he or she who completes the scene and makes the picture unforgettable.

Tickets

– Under 4 yrs: free

– Above 4 yrs : 50.000 VND

2% of the ticket price will be offered to the Charity Project “Chan am”

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