From art exhibitions to workshops and performances, we’ve had a wide range of events that have brought together artists and art enthusiasts from around the world. In addition to the events, we’ve also had some remarkable visitors, including international artists, curators, and art collectors, who have shared their perspectives and enriched our community with their knowledge and experience. Stay tuned to this section to learn about the latest happenings at MATDOT Art Center.
Event & Workshop
Artist Talk: Giacomo Zaganelli
Working on the Contexts: Site-responsive approach by Giacomo Zaganelli
Book presentation and discussion on the literature
Book presentation and discussion on the literature, art, and beauty in an intercultural context
POST-COVID Exhibition Opening Night
November 12, 2020, marked the day of celebration and launch of MATDOT Art Center, as a small but meaningful and pro-active component of the art community.
Interview with the Director
WINDOW MAGAZINE THAILAND is a newcomer to the publications industry. KUKKONG THIRATHOMRONGKIAT initiated this magazine with simplicity. It all began with a part coffee shop and part...
“Am-Rung” Art Program
The “Am-Rung Art” television show was organised by the Office of Contemporary Art and Culture, Ministry of Culture. The word am-rung means to maintain and preserve as though to tell the...
VR/AR Arts and Volumetric Storytelling
VR or Virtual Reality is the creation of an environment into a simulated reality. It is perceived through the sensories of visual, audio, touch, or even scent, whereby the user is...
The Silkscreen workshop at Matdot Art Center was organised by Gabriel Camelin and Poom Nuthoung (Founder of Family Ritual). Gabriel is a professor at “Digital Communication Design,...
Immersive theatre is a presentational performance that does not require the use of a traditional stage but, instead, includes the environment of a city or area as temporary backdrops. With...
MATDOT Art Center has welcomed many notable visitors from different parts of the world. These visitors include renowned artists, curators, art collectors, and cultural figures. Their visits have contributed to the center’s reputation as a hub of contemporary art and culture in Southeast Asia.