Heritage Space launches Month of Arts Practice project The Saigon Times Daily Visual artist Ingo Vetter is one of MAP 2018’s experts – PHOTO: COURTESY OF THE ORGANIZER HCMC – Heritage Space has launched the Month of Arts Practice (MAP) 2018 project with the theme “Visible-Invisible”. MAP is an annual project of Heritage Space initiated by artist Tran Trong Vu, which aims to create space for composing, testing, and practicing new art ideas, upon cooperation and interaction between international and Vietnamese artists. MAP 2018 features seven established international artists and seven young talented emerging artists in Vietnam. The program also invites five art experts who are selected overseas curators, researchers, art critics and writers, those having rich experience in internationally art scene for years. Their participation will enhance the exchange, academics and professional quality of the project. Along with the creative activities, there will be a sequence of events such as exhibition, workshop, studio opening, roundtable discussion, camping, art trip and public program that are designed to engage arts and the community. MAP 2018 has two phases, including Art Practice and Exchange from October 1 to November 10 and the Grand Exhibition of MAP, opening from November 10 to December 9. The project is sponsored by the Cultural Development and Exchange Fund (CDEF) under the Danish Embassy in Vietnam, Japan Foundation Asia Center, TID Group, and Dolphin Plaza building.