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Highlight Exhibition

The 5th Bangkok Triennale International Print and Drawing Exhibition
Silpakorn University in cooperation with Bangkok Art and Culture Centre

Today - 11 August 2019 / Main Gallery, 9th Floor

2,488 prints and drawings had been submitted by 1,018 artists from 54 countries to the 5th Bangkok Triennale International Print and Drawing Exhibition. Various awards are also given by a panel of Thai and international veteran artists. After careful considerations, the Grand Prize in Print was awarded to the Chinese artist Liu Jing and in Drawing to Tanachai Prommarat from Thailand.

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Main Exhibition

Thailand and Japan ART BRUT: Figure of Unknown Beauty
Bangkok Art and Culture Centre, THAILAND
Agency for Cultural Affairs, Government of Japan
International Exchange Program Executive Committee for Disabled
People’s Culture and Arts, JAPAN
The Rainbow Room Foundation, THAILAND

19 July - 3 November 2019 / Main Gallery, 8th Floor

This Southeast Asia's largest Art Brut exhibition, a Thailand-Japan collaboration, presents works that are free from artistic principles and convention, and yet full of flair, individuality, rawness, originality, spontaneity and spirituality. In addition to paintings, ceramics, there-dimensional works, photographs, images, etc. by more than 50 Thai and Japanese artists, there are an international forum, music and theatre performances by Japanese disabled artists and a screening of documentary film.

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EARLY YEARS PROJECT #4: PRAXIS MAKES PERFECT
An Incubating Project for Young Artists
Bangkok Art and Culture Centre

Today - 28 July 2019 / Main Gallery, 7th Floor

The 4th Early Years Project Exhibition "Praxis Makes Perfect" highlights the praxis of art as the catalyst of dialogues and human interaction, featuring projects by eight selected artists. Here are some of the highlights :

"What would you do if you feel disconnected from your own origin?"

Virada Banjurtrungkajorn realized that stories of the past alone cannot make her feel connected with her ancestors. In "find me a house, 2019", she experiments by creating a space from her grandmother's memory and retelling the stories in a screenplay.

"Without spoken words, how do we understand each other?"

Jeanne Penjan Lassus, creator of "Eye your ears", asked herself this very question. To find the answer, she studied Thai Sign Language (TSL) to explore the hidden meanings in body movements.

"When I look at the soil, I find the relationship between growth and myself."

In "Identity (2019)", Pannawat Muangmoon explores the relationship between Buddhism, growth, and bodily waste and highlights the linkage between them using the earth element, the origin of life.

"I want to make art out of the ordinary."

Decha Diwiset integrates his movement with the water and the earth to portray the ordinary lives of villagers, reflecting his identity and origin in the video performance titled "DE CHA".

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Volunteer

 

CALL FOR VOLUNTEERS
Bangkok Art and Culture Centre

Today - 19 July 2019

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People's Gallery

 

Fake Advertising
Sippakorn Chinklang

4 - 28 July 2019
People’s Gallery P1 - P2, 2nd Floor, artHUB@bacc

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The Essence of Change
Chaninart Chavanasilp

4 - 28 July 2019
People’s Gallery P3, 2nd Floor, artHUB@bacc Find Out More

Arts Network

 

SoA+D Architecture Thesis Show
School of Architecture and Design (SoA+D),
King Mongkut’s University of Technology Thonburi (KMUTT)

2 - 7 July 2019
Hall, L Floor

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POLARIS
Polaris Group

2 - 14 July 2019
Curved Wall, 3rd Floor

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The 2nd National Conference on ICT
Faculty of Information and Communication Technology, Silpakorn University

6 July 2019
Auditorium, 5th Floor

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A Bright Leap Forward
Office of the National Economic and Social Development Council
and Pattana Thai Foundation

9 - 11 July 2019
Auditorium, 5th Floor

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YANTRA Exhibition
Institute of Thai Studies, Chulalongkorn University

12 - 21 July 2019
Studio, 4th Floor

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Performance

Performative Art Festival #8
Bangkok Art and Culture Centre and Performing Artists’ Network

4 July - 14 December 2562 / Studio, 4th Floor

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Education & Activites

 

Public Talk #2
Thanes Wongyannava
and Kengkij Kitirianglarp

13 July 2019 at 14.00 - 16.00 hrs.
Multi-Function Room, 1st Floor

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Critic Session #3
Uthit Atimana
and Kengkij Kitirianglarp

14 July 2019 at 14.00 - 16.00 hrs.
Main Gallery, 7th Floor

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The Styrofoam Relief Printing Workshop
Department of Painting,
Faculty of Painting Sculpture and Graphic Arts,
Silpakorn University

8 June - 3 August 2019 (Every Saturday)
session 1: 14.00 - 15.00 hrs.
session 2: 17.00 - 18.00 hrs.
Main Gallery, 9th Floor

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Storytelling and Craft Activity for Kids
Thai - German bilingual fairy tale:
Grimm’s fairy tale - The Elves and the Shoemaker

13 July 2019 at 14.00 - 16.00 hrs.
Friends of BACC Room, 6th Floor

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bacc shop

Special offer of the month
BUY 1 GET 1 FREE

It's your chance to take home the limited-edition MAB 2013 t-shirt designed by Lolay (Taweesak Srithongdee), the artist behind the 1914 and 1939 sculpture situated in the entrance hall of BACC. Get two at only 300 Baht!

artHUB@bacc

 

PARADAi
3rd Floor

Indulge in handmade chocolate from the best cocoa from Thailand and around the world. PARADAi also offers specialty coffee and tea.

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Dress Me Up
3rd Floor

A restaurant where you can decorate your dish, offering both snacks and meals as well as colorful unique handmade products.

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