MAIIAM Architectural Tour

09 December 2016 13:00 - 10 December 2016 16:30
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For Chiang Mai Design Week 2016, MAIIAM Contemporary Art Museum, proudly organises an open-house tour on the making of the architecture of the museum.  An architectural tour by all(zone) led by Rachaporn Choochuey, an architect of the museum. The event will be a lecture on design process of the museum as well as the tour of the whole building including the staff area. The participants will receive a architectural summary of the building (limited edition) as well as the museum’s souvenirs. 

The tour will be on Friday 9 and Saturday 10 December, 2016, 2 tours per day (13:00-14:30 / 15:00-16:30), 25 persons per tour. Ticket 350 Baht including printed materials, light snacks and MAIIAM souvenirs. 


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MAIIAM Contemporary Art Museum

MAIIAM is a new private museum of contemporary art in Thailand initiated by Jean Michel Beurdeley and his late wife Patrsi Bunnag, together with their son Eric Bunnag Booth. The family wishes to share their private collection, built together over the last thirty years, to everyone so that people could see and experience for themselves how art can enrich their lives. The museum was built in memory of Eric Bunnag Booth’s great great aunt Chao Chom Iam, a royal consort to King Rama V. Bolstering Chiang Mai’s already vibrant art and cultural scene, MAIIAM aims to make the co-founders’ important collections of Thai and regional contemporary art, permanently accessible to the public. The museum mounts long-term and temporary exhibitions of visual art, design, and fashion, alongside performances, films screenings, special education programs, lectures and workshops to engage a wide spectrum of audiences. Located in the district of Sankamphaeng, twenty minutes from the center of Chiang Mai, the former industrial site was transformed by the internationally active Bangkok-based architectural team all(zone).

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