PSG Workshop and Exhibition

November 8, 2017, 12:00 pm   » 

Silpakorn University’s Painting, Sculpture and Graphic Arts School invites graduate students of UCLA Design | Media Arts to participate in a program coordinated by Tuangkamol Thongborisute and Lee Tusman. The topic of this program is “Interactive Art: The relationship of humans and technology as an art form.”

August 26 – August 27
Aug 26 at 10:00 AM to Aug 27 at 9:00 PM UTC+07

A joint exchange between UCLA DMA and Silpakorn University Painting, Sculpture and Graphic Arts (SU, PSG) where student partners from each university are paired up to learn from each other and work collaboratively to create artwork and a joint exhibition.

The program will consist of an interactive art exhibition, and one lecture and two workshops that DMA students will help lead. The exhibition will show artworks created in this program by 8 mixed teams of DMA and PSG students. The lecture and the two workshops that DMA students will help lead are curated for PSG new media art students.

This program also consists of two public seminars, which supported by Bangkok Art and Culture Centre (BACC). One is A seminar to promote the DMA department and another is an art talk about interactive media arts.

DMA students will create an exhibition and a talk on the UCLA campus about this program.

Although the program seems like a private event for two art institutions, the program has open events for general public to join, which are the exhibition held at BACC, and two public talks about art study in the US and various topics of "Interactive Art" by DMA graduate students who are researchers in this field.

**For more info about date and time, please wait for an update. **