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Vol. XIII No.12 - Sunday June 15, 2014 - Saturday June 28, 2014

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Arts - Entertainment

Trace of Life; Southern artists come to Chiang Mai

Students and faculty in a group photo at the start of the exhibit.

By Shana Kongmun
Seventeen students and some visiting artists exhibited their works at the Trace of Life Art Thesis Exhibition from graduating students of the Faculty of Fine & Applied Arts at the Prince of Songkla University, Pattani Campus at CMU Art Center. One of the visiting lecturers spoke at length before cutting the ribbon with the head of the Chiang Mai University’s Faculty of Fine Arts. He noted that Pattani has a long history of art and culture and hopes that in the future it will have developed the same thriving cultural scene as Chiang Mai.
He added that the school looks forward to putting students’ works on show again next year adding that such exchanges are important to bind the country and its peoples together in harmony and understanding.
Students stood proudly with their diverse artworks, ranging from woodcuts, to mixed media paintings and sculptures. The exhibit is on display on the ground floor of the CMU Art Center until June 28, 2014.

Dr. Pongdej Chaiyakut, Dean of the Faculty of Fine Arts at CMU joins Afinee Jehda-oh in front of her group of works Media Net of Life.

Nordiana Beehing in front of her two pieces depicting traditional old style Southern rural homes; Traces from Architectural No. 4.


Momoko’s Garden at the Meeting Room

Local artist and Japanese native Momoko Toda Kaewdee held her most recent exhibition of watercolors and crayon on paper and ceramic figurines at The Meeting Room Art Café on Charoen Raj Road on June 4, 2014. The artist, who divides her time between her native Japan and Chiang Mai presented her colorful and cheerful works, noting that moving to Chiang Mai taught her to love elephants and so she features them heavily in her works. Her pieces reflect her personality and her appreciation of the charm in life.

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Trace of Life; Southern artists come to Chiang Mai

Momoko’s Garden at the Meeting Room



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