Southern Creativity Camp

The Southern Creativity Camp (Trại sáng tạo miền Nam) was a camp based in the Mausoleum of Hoàng Cao Khải, near Đống Đa Hill, Hanoi, for artists that had made tours to South Vietnam during the Second Indochina War (1956-1975). The camp provided artists with accommodation, food and art supplies so that they could concentrate on making completed paintings of scenes and events of the war in South Vietnam, based on their own experiences and research.