Bangkok – April 29, 2019 – SINGHA COMPLEX representing Singha Estate (Public Company Limited) in collaboration with The Faculty of Fine Arts (SWU) Srinakharinwirot University will launch an art exhibition showcasing 4th year students’ thesis. The exhibition will take place from May 10-22, 2019 at SINGHA COMPLEX, the luxury mixed-use complex located at the bustling Asoke-Petchburi intersection.
The event reaffirms Singha Estate’s commitment to community building by supporting young talents to become tomorrow’s successful adults. It also reveals the company’s determination to follow the sustainable development agenda by building sustainable cities and communities to prepare for future challenges.
Mr. Olarn Vaiudomvut, Vice President - Commercial and Retail, Singha Estate (Public Company Limited) said “SINGHA COMPLEX’s overall design is certified by internationally recognised Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) rating system, offering more green space and free Super WiFi service (1GB/Sec) to match the lifestyle of future generations urbanities, especially gen Y and Z. Offering our co-working space for SWU students is a great start to get to know our neighbourhood and reinforce our long-term commitment to smart and sustainable community building. We are honored to empower SWU Fine Arts students, a prestigious university known for its inspiring teaching methods and contribution to society and its development. Their thesis is a first step in their journey to becoming a responsible adult. SINGHA COMPLEX is firmly committed to implementing the international sustainability agenda particularly, Sustainable Development on Building Sustainable Cities by designing environmental-friendly projects that provide sustainable living solution in line with the rapid urbanization.”
Assistant Professor Suppawitch Isarankura, Head of Communication Design Department, Faculty of Fine Arts, SWU added “We encourages students to express their thoughts and develop their knowledge and creativity to provide better solutions for themselves and the society. Youth are the future of the country thus, we feel the urge to support them with pioneering initiatives like what SINGHA COMPLEX has been doing. We hope that similar events will be organized periodically to inform next generation thinking”
Miss Issaree Yoonpant, 4th year student, Faculty of Fine Arts Department of Visual Design-Product Design said “the present education system has shifted from teacher to child-centered. In our class, we like to exchange opinions and openly discuss ideas while our professor supports and encourages us to pursue our goals.
The event at SINGHA COMPLEX showcases student portfolios from 3 departments including, Visual Design-Product Design, Communication Design and Visual Arts-Cultural Arts. As for the Product Design major, we came up with House No. 15 concept designing home products. Our aim is to create projects that support a healthy and comfortable lifestyle.”
The Cultural Arts major- Visual Art department exhibits its works under the topic ‘Anthropocene’, a study of human societies shaped by beliefs, culture and traditions. The Communication Design department chose instead the theme “Commuseum”. Just like in a real art museum, their work contains a series of inventions that establish a connection with their audience.
The exhibition, showcasing 4th year Fine Arts students’ final works from three different departments namely, Visual Design-Product Design, Communication Design and Virtual Arts - Cultural Arts, will be held at “Amphitheatre”, a co-working space for visitors to work and relax, located at 2-3 floor of SINGHA COMPLEX. Public is welcome to attend, free of charge from May 10-22, 2019.
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