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Art Events in Thailand : May 9 – May 15

Things To Do in Bangkok This Week - Art 43 - Onarto

Things To Do in Bangkok This Week - Art 43 - Onarto

Art Events – May 9 – May 15

Hello, Art Lovers! Here’s a round-up of some awesome art events, fairs, workshops and exhibitions going on in Bangkok this week.

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Churairat Music School – Seminar on 18th Century MusicChurairat Music School - Seminar on 18th Century Music

When: Tuesday, May 10th, from 10:00 – 13:00
Where: Churairat Music School, 100 / 59-62 Navamin Klong Kum, Bangkok 10240

Music Churairat, on behalf of the Associated Board of the Royal Schools of Music (ABRSM), invites piano teachers and music enthusiasts to attend its seminar “Guideline Music in the 18th Century” this May 10th. For more details, contact:[email protected]

Jasmine City – Passion Fair

Jasmine City - Passion Fair

When: Tuesday, May 10th, 9:00 – 14:30
Where: Jasmine City, Soi 2 Wattana, Soi Sukhumvit 23, Khlong Toei Nuea, Watthana, Bangkok 10110

Jasmine City presents ‘Passion Fair’, a community event dedicated to creation and design, with some 50 vendor booths featuring delicatessens, fashion, accessories, kid games, home decoration, wellness products and charities. This all-artisanal and creative products fair features exclusive items not available in stores, while each vendor has pledged to donate a part of their sales to Thai families in distress.

 Wang na Art Gallery – Art Thesis Exhibition by Graduate Students

Wangna galleries - Fine Day Exhibited

When: Friday, May 13 from 18:00
Where: Wang na Art Gallery, Rajini Road, Phra Nakhon, Bangkok

Silpakorn Univeristy presents an art thesis exhibition of works by graduate students of its Master of Fine Arts (Visual Art) Department this Friday, May 13 from 18:00.

Bridge Art Space – Come on is such a joy, Volume 3. Dejavulay

Bridge Art Space - Come on is such a joy - Volume 3 - Dejavulay

When: Thursday, May 12th from 21:00
Where: Bridge Art Space, Charoen Krung, Yannawa, Sathorn, Bangkok, 10120

Bridge presents Volume 3 of its Come on is such a joy event, which features live loop music and performance art. Featured artists include Saowakhon Muangkluan aka Yui Cello (Theatre Music, Performing Art), Kota Taki aka Amntuti Dub Drawing Space (Ambience Music, Space Guitar, Free Improvisation Loop Music) and Kasemsamai Wongchayasilp aka Mai (Progressive, Trippy Bass).

Crescent Moon Space – [un]tied

Crescent Moon Space - untied

When: Thursday, May 12, from 20:00 – through May 15
Where: Crescent Moon Space, 65/1 Pridi Banomyong Institute, Soi Thonglor, Sukhumvit 55

Crescent Moon Space presents ‘[un]tied,’ a performance adapted from The Pilgrim Kamanita, a novel by Karl Gjellerup. [Un]tied tells a story of love, hope, and the path Vasitthi has to choose, asking the questions “What does it mean to love?” “What is the meaning of eternity?” and “Can happiness be found simply from being with the one we love?.” Tickets cost 550/450/400 THB. Performance in Thai only. 

Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn Anthropology Centre – Visual Anthropology

Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn Anthropology Centre - Visual Anthropology

When: Saturday, May 14, from 13:00
Where: Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn Anthropology Centre, 20 Rd. Boromarajonani Taling Chan, Bangkok, Thailand 10170

Bangkok’s Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn Anthropology Centre presents its latest Visual Anthropology exhibit this May 14th, featuring a look into the lives of the Moken, a nomadic, seafaring tribe of hunter-gatherers, through a visual anthropological lense.

The Sukosol Hotel – Italian Architecture in Bangkok

The Sukosol Hotel - Italian Architecture in Bangkok

When: Saturday, May 14, from 8:00 – 13:00
Where: The Sukosol Hotel Bangkok, Thanon Si Ayutthaya, Thung Phaya Thai, Phaya Thai, Bangkok 10400

The Dante Alighieri Association invites you to join the half day tour “Italian Architecture in Bangkok”. The guided tour in English will be led by Prof. Luca De Mori, the former cultural attaché of the Italian Embassy. Prof. De Mori will lead participants to some of the buildings and monuments that highlight the important role of Italian architects and artists in Thailand during the reigns of kings Rama V and Rama VI, a century ago. Donation: Baht 1,200 (Members), Baht 1,500 (Non-members).

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