Open for "the first happiness of the year" to be happy healthy and happy mental on the first weekend of the new year.
Activities for the good quality of life that the people of Bangkok have been waiting for.
· Dhamma Talk
· Wellbeing Sports
· Evening Market
Happy Mental Activities on the morning.
· Make Merit to 99 Monks on Friday (6 Jan 23 at 7.00 – 8.00)
· Dhamma Talk by V.Vajiramedhi on Saturday (7 Jan 23 at 8.00 - 9.30)
Happy Mental Activities on the evening.
· Yoga in the park on Friday and Saturday (6 - 7 Jan 23 at 8.00 - 9.30)
Sound Bathing Activity
· Take a break and relax from your busy environment, both inside and outside. Then, close your eyes and let go of your thoughts and let the sound heal you with positive energy.
On Friday and Saturday (6 - 7 Jan 23 at 17.00 - 18.00)
Fun activities for good quality of life.
· Meesuk Farm Market
Please, come to shop and taste good things from Bangkok at the Meesuk Farm Market zone. Healthy food market for those who love health including good products from the local community.
On Friday and Saturday (6-7 Jan 23 at 17.00 - 20.30)
Big Trees City Park Volunteer
· Join as a volunteer to help take care of the garden at Benjakitti Park. People who love nature will come together to help take care of the trees and creatures at this garden. So, Let meet volunteers who specialize in nature care, who will give advice and experiences that can be applied to everyday life.
On Friday for 2 rounds (6 Jan 23 at 10.00 – 12.00 and 14.00 – 16.00)
Free entry! You can travel comfortably with MRT QSNCC Station Exit 3 and BTS Asoke Exit 4 and Parking Lots.
Come to Check-in, claim points, Get a Reward, and Check the activities plan at SX Application.
Google Play: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.sx2022
DATE AND TIME
— 07 Jan 2023
07.00 AM – 08.00 PM
— Feb 12, 2023
Bangkok Design Week 2023
One Bangkok developed to be a part of the movement and to evolve along with Bangkok, supportive and shows the intention to drive the value of art to elevate the creative economy value for the city and community more sustainably. This year, Bangkok Design Week 2023 returns with the concept “urban'NICE'zation” which consists of more than 450 programs and more than 8+ locations for this festival. Within the festival, One Bangkok reiterates on the concept of public furniture design. It will become one of the key elements to deliver a great experience for public space in the city through the master collection "Urban Furniture" The "Open Studio" exhibition, will present the process behind the development of the 10 winning teams of the One Bangkok Urban Furniture Competition 2022 “Seatscape & Beyond”. One Bangkok is pleased to invite everyone to join in the final presentation of the 10 winning teams of One Bangkok Urban Furniture Competition 2022 “Seatscape & Beyond” to be followed by the announcement of the top 3 winners who will be receiving cash prizes worth over 300,000 THB. The program is also to feature a public talk by Charintip Choomuenwai, Chief Curator and Vice President of Art & Culture of One Bangkok, who will share the concept behind One Bangkok’s public realm while unveiling a glimpse of art and cultural programs of One Bangkok to the public for the first time. The talk will be joined by Decha Archjananun and Ploypan Theerachai, Co-founders of THINKK. The designer duo will share their experiences as Design Mentors for the 10 winning teams during their design development. Agenda 14.00 - 16.00 Final presentation by the 10 winning teams 16.00 - 16.30 Public talk by Charintip Choomuenwai, Chief Curator and Vice President, Art & Culture of One Bangkok together with Decha Archjananun and Ploypan Theerachai, Co-founders of THINKK Studio 16.40 - 17.00 Announcement of the top 3 winners and award ceremony * Seatscape & Beyond Presentation is open to the public and will be conducted in Thai. Participation at the event is free of charge. Bangkok Design Week 2023 will start from 4 - 12 February 2023. You can follow One Bangkok's activities at the forecourt of Bang Rak Post Office.
Bangkok Art Biennale 2022 22 October 2022 – 23 February 2023 Bangkok, Thailand With the third edition’s theme of CHAOS : CALM, the Bangkok Art Biennale reflects challenges confronted by humankind during these precarious times. Artists whose works reflect turbulence, trauma and angst remind us of the fragility and weakness of human species. At the same time, in our disruptive and seemingly dystopian world, artists offer glimpses of hope, perseverance and determination to recover and thrive. In this chaos, art can surprise us as a path to overcome deep tensions by creating contexts that encourage calm, reflection, and tranquility. CHAOS : CALM will engage with sub themes that impact the human condition, such as geopolitical rivalry, ideological clashes, neocolonialism, migration, and diaspora. This edition will also contemplate the climate crisis, as artists process the ecological collapse and destruction of Mother Earth while urgent warning signs around us continue to be dismissed and ignored. Highlight venues include The Prelude, One Bangkok and The PARQ. Thapana Sirivadhanabhakdi, founder and chairman of Bangkok Art Biennale Foundation, said “BAB is an important project with artistic, cultural and economic value. It was launched in 2018 and has aimed to drive Bangkok to become a world's top tourism centre for contemporary art and a major destination for art enthusiasts worldwide. During Apec, we will have a chance to showcase the wonderful masterpieces from renowned local and international artists to all delegates and representatives participating in the meetings,". Venue: The Prelude One Bangkok Artist: Chitti Kasemkitvatana At the centre of Chitti’s work stands a concept of ephemerality and emptiness, of the presence of the absent/absence with particular focus on its permeability. He disseminates a radically expanded concept of art, as social practice above all, a sphere of enabling, a domain of encounter, a network and free space. Artistic, curatorial, educational and publishing work all have an equal footing within these parameters. In his own artistic work Chitti focuses on the moment in which various spheres become ‘porous’. The various fields and periods are interwoven in a multitude of ways. He is also interested in whether different spacetime concepts influence social structures and individual daily life and how these manifest themselves as dialogue, or even in the form of a collision, including passages of Thai modernity, scientific proposals and potential measurement of spacetime, are brought together to unveil the interconnectedness of current events and the wider tapestry of history in which they unfold. SilentDREAM focuses on string of moments from the eve of Siamese modernity, circa 1830s, to present-day sociopolitical trajectory, entailing an active process of construction of time in Thai society. Along with transmissional signals of void and schism in contemporary social topography, images of the earliest master plan of modernity initiated by Phra Vajirayana Thera (King Rama IV), the Khrua In Khong’s mural at the ordination hall of Boromniwas Temple are transmitted into sound waves. Being encoded as dynamism of forces, the work demonstrates the coexistence of different time layers in the same moment, in which multidimensional structure of frequencies and digital waves are constantly diffracting, influencing and working inseparably at the exhibiting site. Location: https://goo.gl/maps/R4E46UHUhJfZqvnM9 Venue: The PARQ Artist: Uninspired by Current Events Uninspired by Current Events is a computer graphic artist. His provocative works combine art and politics in digital renders with humor and ridicule. Aiming to make statements about the events of the day, his works comprise of 3D models rendered hastily in a manner, which recalls the tradition of satirical and ironic politics comic strips. Without political figures or written descriptions, the meaning of the works are open for interpretation. Uninspired by Current Events gained a cult following starting in 2021 as he reflected on the tumultuous events and fake news during the height of the global pandemic and Thailand's political unrest. Much like the news, the artist posts daily; however, unlike the traditional media, the metaphorical and surreal scenes depicted encapsulate the complex sentiments shared by the general public, which often escape authoritarian scrutiny and censorship. Uninspired by Current Events' graphics epitomize the fleeting nature of online discussions. Each visual element may be a literal representation or metaphor that could only be immediately decoded by those already updated on the popular message of the day and familiarity with the slang and codewords. While the render images attempt to narrate Thai current events, it also suggests and reveals how we, inspired or not, are accustomed to encoding our messages under the pressure of censorship. For BAB 2022, Uninspired by Current Events will be shown in both physical and virtual venues, featuring an video installation and artworks. The video will feature monuments of Thailand and Bangkok city in the artist's signature style. True to their artistic style, these slick monuments are not to be taken at their face value. They are allegories for the social critique of contemporary politics and events. In the video installation, participants will be able to interact with the scenery, however they please unbounded by the social contract and the rule of law, which may bind us in our daily lives. Location : https://goo.gl/maps/8aXmKcazdbVqYK3A9 Venue: The PARQ Artist: Francesco Arena Francesco Arena is an independent artist whose practice includes performances, installations, and sculptures. His research often moves along two tracks – that of collective history and that of personal history – forming two lines that touch, overlap, and cross. This idea is reflected in the objects and materials of his works, which blend everyday objects such as diaries, cigars, and living room furniture with classical sculptural materials such as marble, slate, and bronze. Arena's work has been exhibited widely including at PYFF, Ping Yao, Shanxi, China, the Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, Kunstmuseum St. Gallen, Switzerland, and the Palazzo Strozzi, Florence. Numbers that take on form; if one were to compress a large part of Francesco Arena's work into a simple, direct formula, this could certainly be it. From a linguistic point of view, his work can indeed be read as a development, a personal "derivation" of sculptural processes that arise from the geometric shapes typical of Minimalism or Arte Povera in its abstraction and impersonal key that is mixed with experience, historical narrative, or private facts. However, as we place Arena's work in its thematic view, it is apparent that his pieces are the translation of formulae and numbers linked to those facts and histories from which they originate. Daily Stone is a work realized for the Bangkok Art Biennale 2022. A part of a majestic natural stone's surface has been engraved to create two-plane surfaces on which to place the day's newspaper. Every day the newspaper is changed, as 'today's' news becomes 'yesterday's' news. In this way, the artwork constantly changes, keeping current with the current dispatch. In contrast to the ever-changing report, the stone, which has now become the carrier of the daily news, remains unchanged and uninterested in human facts, just as it has been for millennia. Static and fleeting are the two elements of the Daily Stone, which could only be defined and complete once the newspaper and the stone are juxtaposed together. Location : https://goo.gl/maps/8aXmKcazdbVqYK3A9
Good Balance, Better World – This is the theme of Sustainability Expo 2022 (SX 2022), a 7-day event that will see 100 speakers from 50 organisations and a network of 200 sustainability partners gather to explore climatepositive solutions for a better world. We look forward to sharing with delegates Fraser Property’s purpose and sustainability journey, and contributing to the conversations on decarbonisation in the realestate sector, sustainable innovation and sustainable business. Frasers Property is proud to be a co-founder of SX 2022, alongside GC (PTT Global Chemical), Siam Cement Group (SCG) , Thai Beverage PLC and Thai Union Group PCL. SX 2022 will be held at the Queen Sirikit National Convention Center in Bangkok from 26 September to 2 October 2022.
In partnership with Bangkok Art and Cultural Center (BACC), Urban in Progress is a contemporary art exhibition that explores the changes of Bangkok's urban landscape, to reflect the past and project the future, as well as to emphasise the importance of coexisting with nature. This exhibition charts the changes of Bangkok's urban landscape from past to the present and future, to remind us of the importance of living harmoniously with nature, as well as to reflect on how individuals and communities adapt themselves to live with the dramatic changes witnessed by the cityscape through artworks by 3 practitioners: Assoc. Prof. PirasriPovatong Wit Pimkanchanapong SuriyaUmpansiriratana Admission is free
One Bangkok Urban Furniture Competition 2022 "Seatscape & Beyond"
In collaboration with THINKK Studio, One Bangkok Urban Furniture Competition 2022 "Seatscape & Beyond" is a design competition that aims to showcase local creativity, inviting Thai university students to submit their ideas for furniture befitting of One Bangkok's design philosophy and people-centrism. The design competition and workshop is accepting entries from undergraduate students from any field. Participants have a chance to win prizes worth over 500,000 baht, in addition to enjoying a great opportunity to join workshops and design development sessions with several of Thailand’s leading design professionals. Selected designs will receive production cost subsidies in order for them to be built and installed in One Bangkok’s public realm where the winners will enjoy all the benefits of taking part in the creation of a new world-class development in the heart of Bangkok. The call for entries is from 1 March to 30 June 2022.