Krungthai Art Gallery

Krungthai Art Awards

Krungthai Art Awards

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Krungthai Art Awards 




KTB Art and Culture Support (2003 - to date)
          The project was established to promote Thai contemporary art and has given support to the National Exhibition of Art by Silpakorn University. This is the country's very first and eldest competition to help encourage Thai artists develop their skills. It allows the public the opportunity to experience quality works of art, as well as to educate, inspire and create an understanding.

Sculpture Competition at Krungthai Bank (2004)
          A total of 15 prize winning units worth 3 million baht. Prize order - First prize, a total of 5 prizes, each with a cash prize of 300,000 baht - Second prize, a total of 5 prizes, each with a cash prize of 200,000 baht - Third prize, a total of 5 prizes, each with a cash prize of 100,000 baht

Krungthai Sculpture Park (September 2008 - to date)
          This project is an extension of the ‘KTB Art and Culture Support' campaign where large-sized sculptures which were a part of the ‘KTB Art and Culture Support and the 'Sculpture Competition' in 2004.

Location
KTB Training Center, Khao Yai, Nakorn Ratchasima
Exhibition format
Open-Air Gallery
Number of units on display
24 collections
Function
1. To exhibit the institution's collection of sculptures
2. To be an educational, promotional and activity venue for art and culture
Opening date
28th September 2008
Opening hours
Everyday including holidays, except New Year and Songkran holidays

Krungthai Art Gallery (December 2008 - to date)
          This project is an extension of the ‘KTB Art and Culture Support' campaign where renovation was made to the bank's Yaowarat branch turning it into a gallery for contemporary art due to its significance in being the first headquarter and its unique Sino-Portuguese architectural design of 70 years ago.

Function
1. To exhibit the bank's sculpture collection
2. To hold alternate art exhibitions where artists can display their work
3. To be an educational, promotional and activity venue for art and culture
4. To be a public space that is used for art and culture
Opening date
1st December 2008
Opening hours
Monday to Friday 09.00 hrs-17.00 hrs, Saturday 10.00 hrs-17.00 hrs,
closed Sundays, public and bank holidays