The Siam Society
in collaboration with Arsom Silp Institute of the Arts and Bangkok Sketchers
will conduct an open air workshop
"Sketching Talad Noi Cultural Heritage"
to promote and safeguard community culture
on Saturday, 7 June 2014 at 1:30 p.m. – 6:00 p.m.
(The event will be conducted in Thai)
Talad Noi, one of the big riverside Chinese communities in Bangkok, is rich with cultural heritage from early Rattanakosin. Its shophouses, shrines, mansions and living culture reflect historical, architectural, economic, social and spiritual value of the neighborhood.
Today, the heritage of Talad Noi is in slow decay. The open air workshop will be conducted to record the conditions of the heritage and to raise public awareness on community heritage conservation.
Meet at Kalawar (Holy Rosary) Church
Meet at Joe Sue Gong Shrine
Proceed to So Heng Tai Mansion
Show sketches and share experience/opinions on Talad Noi cultural
Lucky draw for sketchers and members of the press
Siam Society members are invited to observe the activities or join the program as a sketcher free of charge. Please bring your own sketching equipment. There is a limited number of seats.
For reservation and more information, please contact Khun Jarunee at firstname.lastname@example.org or 02-6616470-7 ext. 204, 084-6413401.