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Festivals & Events

Festivals & Events

Language of The Soul 9

Inclusive art workshops and presentations creating limitless learning community

Date:

2 - 9 Apr 2024

Inclusive art workshops and presentations creating limitless learning community

Story telling through the lens, embroidery, miniature clay, up-cycle art, eurythmy, Puppetry, dance performance, creative drama

Is this an Exhibition or a Social Activity? We might ask ourselves this question as we step into the Artist Performance event.

Is it a performance, a collaborative activity, a presentation of artworks, or a demonstration of creating art?... The diverse interpretations are, in fact, the concept that forms the foundation of this exhibition. They delve into intriguing themes, exploring how individuals can infuse their creations with energy, leaving a lasting impression and capturing moments to be shared.

In the last three years of "The Language of the Soul" series, our aim has been to showcase a variety of perspectives within the realms of art and educational challenges. Ranging from art exhibitions to innovative projects involving diverse communities, along with film screenings that serve as platforms for performances and events, we have organized workshops, established art markets, all centered around the concept of "building community" that keeps expanding. Art serves as a bridge, offering endless opportunities for artists, companions, and even strangers who engage in these shared spaces. It can indeed spark inspiration or awaken an inner passion.

For this special occasion, eight groups of artists and creators have been invited to delve into endless possibilities through various creative processes. In a recent workshop titled "Storytelling through the Lens" led by Tom Potisit, the Head of the Hop Hub of Photography gallery, essential principles were imparted, igniting the photographic endeavors of six amateur photographers with neurodiversity. Throughout this exhibition period, a diverse range of expertise will be shared. Participants can explore crafting products from plastic waste with Piyapa Wichiansarn and Cholochea Nilthamchat from A Thing That is Pieces, engage in miniature sculpting with Pakchanya Uprachaya, and work on stretch silk projects with Petchlapa Chivamongkol. Additionally, workshops on performance and movement will be conducted during the event by Korakot Teerasuwan from the Friends Community, encouraging all to join Eurythmy sessions to enhance speech and achieve body-mind balance. The Ting Ting: The Rainbow Window team will unveil the world of puppet theater, allowing attendees to rehearse and explore their talents. Simultaneously, the DBK-T21 (Down Syndrome Bangkok - Trisomy 21) team will present inspiring performances that have dazzled audiences on numerous occasions. Lastly, Nilsha Fuengkiat will introduce creative drama, where everyone can transform into both storyteller and actor, exchanging innovative ideas and drawing inspiration from a tale of coexistence.

All of this is just a small example of the capabilities and possibilities that transcend all challenges, creating a "community laboratory" for everyone.

information provided by event organizer

Bangkok Art & Culture Centre

939 Rama 1 Rd., Wangmai, Pathumwan, Bangkok 10330

Zone

2

Tue - Sun 10:00-20:00 (Closed on Mon)

BTS: National Stadium

Bangkok Art & Culture Centre

939 Rama 1 Rd., Wangmai, Pathumwan, Bangkok 10330

Zone

2

Tue - Sun 10:00-20:00 (Closed on Mon)

BTS: National Stadium