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Mandala art therapy is a great way to reduce your stress and anxiety. Join a meditative art activity and learn techniques on how to create mandala dot patterns using brushes. Visitors will be provided with a canvas to paint and experiment.
Jan 16, 9:45am-12pm, 1:45pm-5pm. Waterford Diamond Tower Sukhumvit Soi 30/1. B1,450 Kids, B1,900 Adults.
Neilson Hays Library is debuting a new feature for their fellow visitors to enjoy the art of music. The passionate N.A.O. trio— Noa Chorin, Anna Takeda, and Omporn Kowintha—have played locally and internationally with chamber music groups and now they will be performing through their rendition of Goldberg Variations by J.S. Bach. Music lovers, you don't want to miss this.
Jan 15, 6pm. Neilson Hays Library. B800 for general visitors, B700 for Library members, B450 for Students.
If you're planning to study abroad, this might be a good start. Study Fair 2022 might give patrons a clearer vision of whether the United States or the United Kingdom could be the place for a Master’s Degree. Info from application requirements to scholarships will be provided.
Jan 15, 1pm-4pm. Samoan CO-OP, Samyan Mitrtown. Free.
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Taking inspiration from the pandemic, ROAR is a group exhibition curated by Charnchai Siriwittayacharoen from Pagoda the Art Club to commemorate the Year of the Tiger. From losing our loved ones to struggling to survive in the industry, these are difficult times, so to motivate visitors, this exhibition signifies strength and perseverance.
Jan 15-30, 11am-8pm. RCB Artery on 1st floor, River City Bangkok, 23 Soi Charoen Krung 24, Talat Noi, Samphanthawong, Bangkok. Free.
This group exhibition is putting together experiential “abstract” beauty from each artist to showcase different perspectives. The beauty of brush strokes, overlapping of colors, deep-rooted memories, and genuine emotion make this exhibition extra special.
Now - Jan 30, 11am-6pm. 333 Anywhere, 5 Warehouse 30 No. 52, Charoen Krung 30, Bang Rak, Bangkok. Free.
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This ‘Art for Community’ project was created to bring the community closer to art, and the story of Soi Pradipat 21 will be told via three talented artists from three different generations who will present their perspectives and relationships with this street.
Now- Jan 29. 6060 Arts Space, 27 21 Soi Pradipat, Khwaeng Samsen Nai, Phaya Thai, Bangkok. Free.
One of Vincent van Gogh’s most iconic works is being exhibited with a refreshing take. The five publicly-owned versions of his sunflowers in a vase will be put together and this film that goes beneath the surface to explore his work. This virtual exhibition is a chance for art lovers to see the five paintings that will bring a new level of understanding about both the artist and his paintings.
Jan 15, 2pm. Jan 29, 4pm. RCB Forum on 2nd floor. B 150.