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Opens on Saturday29 September 2018, 12:00

RCB Artery, 1st floor, River City Bangkok


River City Bangkok, as one of the biggest art hub in Thailand, in collaboration with AOTArt CEO and wife of the Ambassador of Colombia to the Kingdom of Thailand, Mme. Astrid Garcia-Amaya, the Art and Creativity School Fair is Thailand’s first of its kind to exhibit the works of students from both international schools and local schools! The exhibition will include selected artworks and performances (musical, dance, cheerleading) from each school, as well as a stage for students’ artistic presentations. Alongside this exhibition, there will be the “Thailand Art Talent” contest, to which the jurors are invited from the Silpakorn University, Chulalongkorn University and Bangkok Art Creative Center. This is not only an opportunity for students to interact and participate in a form cultural exchange through a series of activities, but also as a platform for students to be able to share their passion and creativity with each other, as well as with the public. The fair is hosted by River City Bangkok, Thailand’s largest and only hub of arts and antiques,  which continues to support the works of students and passionate artists. Art and Creativity School Fair will take place from Saturday, September 29th to Friday, October 5th.The first day of the exhibition will also be the fair’s opening day, to include a full-day’s program from 10AM to 9PM at RCB Artery.     


“I had the pleasant surprise to see how there were international schools that had amazing artworks, creative programs, and art centers. Art and Creativity School Fair is the response to share all this creativity with the community, to empower this talent, to inspire other students,to promote schools for its creative education. A unique opportunity for the schools to shine through your student's Creativity. Be the leaders implementing Creative Education, the biggest and most important educational movement taking place in world-leading capitals -  Mme. Astrid Amaya- Garcia


Sample of artworks to be exhibited

Photo1: Art piece from artist from Wattana School 

The drawing represents the beauty of the flowers by moonlight shining. Even the flowers are in the darkness, the beauty can still appear as the charming women. 

Photo2: Art piece from artist from Concordian International School

Apples and Oranges – A Homage to Darwin

Oil paint, 80 x 120 cm

This artwork explores the human tendency to rationalize meaning and measurement in order to occupy the ‘unknowns’in their environment with identifiable labels. The objects may represent incomprehensible and relative notions like time, death and space. But ultimately they are self-contradictory – like apples and oranges - because they represent the absurdity of the symbolism itself.


OPENING EVENT:       Saturday 29 September 2018 at 12:00 PM.

DATE:                           Saturday 29 September to Friday 5 October 2018

TIME                             10:00am to 10:00pm

VENUE:                         RCB Artery, 1st floor of River City Bangkok

ADDRESS:                     23 TrokRongnamkhaeng, Charoenkrung Road, Soi 24, Sampantawong, Bangkok 10100, Thailand


River City Bangkok Boiler Plate:

For 33 years, River City Bangkok has been Asia’s premier art and antique center. In 2018, River City Bangkok aims to continue to promote arts in all of its forms, including the support of students and young, passionate artists.  RCB Artery has held thesis exhibitions and performances by university students, including Burapha University, Pohchang Academy of Arts, and Mahidol University.  Meanwhile, on the 2nd floor, River City’s 3,000 square meter space is being

transformed to accommodate contemporary art, including an enlarged RCB Galleria, the new RCB Photographers’ Gallery, the 120 seat RCB Forum, RCB VIP lounge, and retail stores. Located on the east bank of the Chao Phraya River, River City Bangkok will host a series of international and national exhibitions of paintings, sculpture, photography, and film. Each will be supported with a program of talks.