The Department of Southeast Asian Studies is proud to present ‘Intricacy‘, a Thai Art exhibition by students of module SE3224 Thai Drawing and Painting.
The exhibition will be held at the NUS Central Library from 9 to 14 September 2015. It is located outside the library restricted area and is open to all.
For directions to NUS Central Library, please go to NUS Campus map: http://goo.gl/JkgA81
Mark your calendars!!
Join us for a fun-filled night of Southeast Asia music and dance on Friday 14 March 2014.
Venue: NUS Theatrette (LT13)
Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences
National University of Singapore
Presented to you by NUS Southeast Asian Studies and Gamelan Asmaradana Ltd., this performance will feature the meditative sounds of Central Javanese gamelan, the dynamic explosions of Gong Kebyar of Bali and the flirtatious ‘twerking’ of West Java.
Admission is FREE and refreshments will be provided. Reserve your seat today via http://seanite2014.eventbrite.sg/
Tickets are to be collected at the door 30 mins before showtime.
This is the first time a traditional Thai art class (painting/drawing/composition/history) is being taught outside Thailand. For one week during the semester recess in 2011 and 2012, students enrolled in the Department of Southeast Asian Studies class SE3224: Thai Drawing and Painting spent hours copying and experiencing traditional Thai art in Bangkok’s finest temples. As part of their immersion into the little known world of Thai art, all students were tasked to produce an art piece as part of their final assignment for the class. The pieces displayed in this exhibition represent some of these projects. The works range from intricate gold and black lacquered-style creations to complex scenes from Buddhist literature and the Hindu epics.
Official opening by Ms Phasporn Sangasubana, Charge d’Affaires a.i., and Ms Ponpat Thitthongkham, Second Secretary of the Royal Thai Embassy, Singapore at 10am, Tuesday 7th August 2012. All are welcome.
Spotlight on Southeast Asian Studies – a special feature on Southeast Asian Studies (FASS Ascent Magazine, Vol. 15, No. 1, September 2006)