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Nitikorn Kraivixien
Director of Art and Culture Program
THAIBEV’S POLICY AND PLAN ON ARTS AND CULTURE PROGRAMS
“ThaiBev works extensively to promote art and culture for society. We see that art and culture are the foundation of the country. Arts and culture can lead to cultural exchange and collaboration to boost social and economic growth at both the national and international levels. This can happen through various forms of collaboration, especially in the creative economy.
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Professor Apinan Poshyananda
Artistic Director
Bangkok Art Biennale 2018
“ThaiBev places great importance on the promotion of arts and culture. It is an important mission to help tell the world about Thailand and invite tourists from all over the world to travel to the country. The Bangkok Art Biennale 2018 is a major phenomenon for Bangkok in the field of contemporary art in Thailand. It has been well received by artists, people, and tourists who love art. All of this success is due to the synergy and cooperation of all partner networks
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Anand Nakkong
C asean Consonant Music Director
WHAT ARE YOUR OPINIONS ON C ASEAN CONSONANT WHICH MUSICIANS FROM EACH COUNTRY COOPERATED TO CREATE AND DEVELOP MUSIC IN THE ASEAN REGION?
“C asean Consonant is a group of musicians who speak different languages and come from different ethnicities, cultures, beliefs, lifestyles, genders, and ages. They play a collection of indigenous musical instruments in the Southeast Asian region which once was originated on a common ground. The integration of creative music in the C asean Consonant approach is not just about putting new musicians and musical instruments together and playing strange, surprising, fun songs. It is an important area for learning. It is a lively learning process. It is learning about a peaceful coexistence despite the differences of people. It is learning about the heart of ASEAN music from its roots; how to communicate with different societies and different audiences.
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Emeritus Professor Pisanu Suphanimit
Lecturer at the Faculty of Painting, Sculpture, and Graphic Arts, Silpakorn University
ART HELPS US TO CONCENTRATE OUR ATTENTION ON THE CREATION OF THAT WORK.
“It is a period when we have less anxiety about our illnesses. When there is less stress, hormonal systems and/ or mechanical systems in the body can be fully treated. The term ‘art’ here is very open. It can be any kind of art. Just let the art that you create bring happiness to you.”
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Suraphon Svetasreni
Former Deputy Governor Tourism Authority of Thailand for Art and Culture Promotion and Economic, Social, and National Development
PROMOTION OF ART AND CULTURE, AND IT’S CONTRIBUTION TO THE ECONOMY, SOCIETY AND NATIONAL DEVELOPMENT
“Although advances in science and technology play a significant role today, people still pay more attention to art and culture because they satisfy emotional and mental needs. For this reason, art and culture have enormous economic value. From folk handicrafts to high-art pieces, from the way of life in the countryside to the great traditional festivals, all have an economic impact. That is to say, they are generating income and creating careers for people on many levels, creating a reputation, prestige, and pride for the country too.”
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