Like what you see? Like to comment? Like to share? Remember to add #BRITARTPIC
Thailand arts photo of the week
In this section
Crafts on an art wall
For the first time, an art wall featuring our work in crafts and design is put up on British Council Siam Square office façade. The passer-by can view the teaser videos and able to scan the QR code to watch eight short crafts documentaries online.
Seoul International Handmade Fair
Ms Sasiwimon Wongjarin, Manager, Arts and Creative Industries, presented the New for Old, British Council's regional programme on crafts at Seoul International Handmade Fair, between 1-5 May 2017.
The ASEAN Creative Cities Forum & Exhibition in Philippines
Dr Patcharawee Tunprawat, Head, Arts and Creative Industries Thailand, attended the ASEAN Creative Cities Forum & Exhibition, taking place in Manila, Philippines, 26-27 April 2017.
A Midsummer Day with Shakespeare
British Council (Thailand) together with the Faculty of Arts, Chulalongkorn University organised a seminar “ A Mid Summerday with Shakespeare” as part of the Celebrating the 400th anniversary of William Shakespeare’s death and the University’s 100th anniversary celebration on 21 April 2017, at Maha Chulalongkorn Building.
British Film Institute (BFI) launched professional development course
Shooting poster is one of an interactive workshops that Mr. Sanchai Chotirosseranee, Deputy Director of the Film Archive, successful candidate supported by British Council (Thailand) participated during the BFI Archive Futures, a professional development course for film, television and digital media archive professionals.
BBC Symphony Orchestra for the first time in Thailand
Saroj Chawanvirat, Director, Thai Foundation, Mr Don Pramudwinai, Minister of Foreign Affairs, Associate Professor Dr. Sukree Charoensook, Director and Dean College of Music Mahidol University, Edward Gardner, Conductor, Benjamin Grosvenor, Pianist, and Sakari Oramo, Chief Conductor, took photo with musicians and guests at the BBC Symphony Orchestra, one of the top orchestras in the world, performing for the first time in Thailand.
Whale goes wide
Whale, the installation that looks like a big fish swallowing school of smaller fishes, is a collective ideas idea of UK-Thai artist that explores the meaning of craft, sustainability, and innovation.
Why does Mann always have blue hands?
Pilan Thaisuang, the founder of a natural-dyed, hand-embroidered cotton brand, Bhukram, from Phu Pan, Sakon Nakhon, shares how her business allows her to do what she loves, while helping to improve livelihoods of the local women.