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Playhouse Entertainment Complex to host Grandma Cares Exhibition

CMU hosts 7th Annual Art Exhibition

Playhouse Entertainment Complex to host Grandma Cares Exhibition

The exterior of the Playhouse Entertainment Complex,
 host to the Grandma Cares Exhibition.

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The Grandma Cares Art Exhibition will be held at the Playhouse Entertainment Complex on February 27, and from March 1 to 5 to raise funds for charities that help needy children, according to Ekkachai Nunjinda, Entertainment Director of Playhouse Entertainment Complex, Chiang Mai.
The grand opening of the exhibition is scheduled for February 27, at 7 .00 p.m with shows by needy children and the performers from the Playhouse. At 8.00 p.m., the Playhouse audiences will be entertained by the lavish entertainment which will then be followed by the exhibition of drawings and photos from the children. Representative of the various charities involved will also take the stage to discuss the work their charity does.
Money from ticket sales and donations will be updated through the evening with 200 baht from each 500 baht ticket to the Playhouse show being donated to the Grandma Cares Organization. The Playhouse will also donate 20 per cent of beverage sales that evening.
To reserve the seats or book tickets please call the Playhouse at 053-410671-5 or call 081-3083514 Ekkachai for further information.

One of the lavish shows on offer at the Playhouse
Entertainment Complex, with part of the proceeds from ticket
and beverage sales to go to Grandma Cares on February 27.

 

CMU hosts 7th Annual Art Exhibition

“Dancing” by Paisan Nanta.

Chiang Mai University (CMU) held its 7th Annual Art Exhibition by the Jed Yod Group and the same time, students from the Fine Arts Faculty were given the opportunity to present their thesis works.
The exhibition runs from February 5 to 26 at the Art Center at CMU.
Of the many artworks on display were a fiberglass statue entitled “Dancing” from 22-year-old art student, Paisan Nanta, and sculptural works titled “Donation” from CMU Assistant Professor Thatchai Hongphaeng.

“Donation” by Assistant Professor Thatchai Hongphaeng.