Special call for visual artists: The AiR We Breathe

Studio 88 Artist Residency is calling for visual artists to apply for a special residency on the theme “The AiR We Breathe”, to be part of the Art for Air Festival 2023 in Chiangmai. 

The four-week programme in our residency space in Doi Saket, 30 minutes from the centre of Chiangmai, explores the topic of air quality. The residency, with a select group of international and Thai artists, is facilitated by locally based arts manager and Studio 88 founder Sasiwimon Wongjarin (Aom).

The residency is open to national and international artists, arts collectives, and creative practitioners with diverse visual art forms and/or cross-disciplinary approaches. 

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Sankranti: Artist talk and performance in Chiang Mai

Join Bangladesh artist Preema Nazia Andaleeb for an artist talk and performance from 6pm to 7pm on Tuesday 3 May, at Weave Artisan Society, Chiang Mai. 

Preema Nazia Andaleeb is one of the most provocative and prominent contemporary artists in Bangladesh, with a career spanning 25 years. She is also the Founder of Bangladesh Creative Forum (BCF), the President of Women in Leadership (WIL), and Chair of Preema Arte Foundation. She is a strong creative influencer, live performing artist and activist. She is awarded prestigious international grants and residencies all over the world including representing the Bangladesh Pavilion at the 58th Venice Biennale in 2019. 

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Make your own NFT in Chiang Mai workshop

Learn how to make your own NFT from 3:30pm to 5pm on Tuesday 3 May with Bangladesh Artist Preema Nazia Andaleeb, at Weave Artisan Society, Chiang Mai.

Preema Nazia Andaleeb is one of the most provocative and prominent contemporary artists in Bangladesh, with a career spanning 25 years. She is also the Founder of Bangladesh Creative Forum (BCF), the President of Women in Leadership (WIL), and Chair of Preema Arte Foundation. She is a strong creative influencer, live performing artist and activist. She is awarded prestigious international grants and residencies all over the world including representing the Bangladesh Pavilion at the 58th Venice Biennale in 2019.

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