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    Portrait of artistsas young craftsmen

    Brunch, Chaiyot Yongcharoenchai, Published on 24/06/2018

    » The nostalgia of childhood, social problems and the hardships of life -- all count themselves among the themes spotlighted in an ongoing exhibition featuring selected works by Thai art students of all disciplines.


    Remembering A Prince Of Art

    Life, Pichaya Svasti, Published on 29/04/2019

    » After two years of temporary closure for restoration, Ban Plainern, the residence of the late Prince Narisaranuvattiwongse -- the Great Craftsman of Siam -- is today reopened for a special occasion. Every year, the Naris Foundation and the Chitrabongs family celebrate Naris Day, the prince's birthday, by opening up the residence in Bangkok's Klong Toey district to distinguished guests on April 28 and to the public all day on April 29.


    Where there's life, there's hope

    Life, Apipar Norapoompipat, Published on 14/09/2017

    » Walking into "Hope Land" -- Jam Cafe's latest photography exhibition by rising American talent Adam Birkan -- some may appreciate the minimalist shots of people going about their day, soi dogs standing around in dumpsters, and the typical scenes of Bangkok's bustling chaos. Some, however, may also think that all of this is nothing new.


    World's oldest ballet story to delight Bangkok audiences

    Life, Published on 24/05/2018

    » Rising Star Dance Studio, one of Bangkok's premier centres for ballet training and performance, will delight Bangkok audiences with performances of La Fille Mal Gardee, the oldest ballet story still performed, on June 2 and 3 at the M Theater on New Phetchaburi Road. Partial proceeds from the performances will be donated to benefit the Wild Animal Rescue Foundation of Thailand and the School for Life in Chiang Mai.


    Ways of dance

    Life, Yvonne Bohwongprasert, Published on 22/01/2018

    » Israeli dancer/choreographer Roni Chadash's passion for her craft has played an instrumental role in her ability to address her inner demons.


    Behind the extravaganza

    Life, Published on 15/03/2018

    » A swirling blonde braid and sparkling blue dress were illuminated under the spotlight. Fluttering snow came, and the crowd's cheer erupted around an ice-skating rink as the famous anthem sang by Idina Menzel began.


    Walking in the rain

    Life, Amitha Amranand, Published on 08/06/2017

    » Heavy rain in Bangkok can deter people from a lot, including going to see a play in an unfamiliar or notoriously congested location. It should have also deterred Full Fat Theatre from staging a show in a warehouse that had not been converted into a performance space, meaning metal roof still intact and no acoustic design whatsoever. Alas, it didn't.


    Swings and misses

    Life, Amitha Amranand, Published on 15/12/2016

    » These theatre newcomers close 2016 with daring productions. Even though some of the results were uneven, their desire to make meaningful and thought-provoking art is palpable


    The uncomfortable crossroads where art meets life

    Life, Published on 02/02/2017

    » Writhing tunes, improvised performances and the exploration of flesh and plastic will occupy a night at the Black Pagoda this Friday. The roaming Toot Yung Nomad Gallery's Lost In The Flesh: Arty After Party promises an evening of carnal vibes that will stretch into the early hours of the morning.


    The art of economics

    Life, Amitha Amranand, Published on 30/06/2016

    » Once again, French director and playwright Pascal Rambert showered the Bangkok audience with words and languages. In his second play in Bangkok, A (Micro) History Of World Economics, Danced, Rambert brought together his own words and the cast's, language of economic theories, the arts and the everyday in Thai, French and English, in movements and in music.

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