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EARLY YEARS PROJECT #2 SILPYUPEN – EDUCATION PROGRAM

Date : 04 November - 27 January 2018

Location: Bangkok Art and Culture Centre

SILPYUPEN – EDUCATION PROGRAM
Organised by Bangkok Art and Culture Centre
Operated by Tentacles


 
“SILPYUPEN” is an educational activity under “Early Years Project”- an Incubating Project for Young Artists organised by Bangkok Art and Culture Centre, operated by Tentacles. The program aims to support new young artists with knowledge on art industry as well as the structure related to the career. Artists will learn a shifting face of art in different era and understand how to embrace changes, social trend or link their ideas to other specific areas. Artists need to adjust themselves, improve their potential and find a new way of work in order to survive and grow in this career.
For more detail of Early Years Project 2 please click HERE
 
“Silpyupen” also aims to test the new artists on their readiness to “Pai” or “move on” in this creative industry. The speakers will share their knowledge on career preparation, information gathering and ideas on taxation, credit building and access to social welfare. The new artists will have a clear picture of artist career path or at least understand how to “Yu” or “Survive” in Thai and international art scene.
 
SILPYUPEN – EDUCATION PROGRAM 
organised by Bangkok Art and Culture Centre, operated by Tentacles
 
Project Details
 
1. 
Communication for Art 
Wednesday 4 October 2017, 10:00-16:00
Friends of BACC, 6th floor, BACC
Speaker: Romchat Thanalarppipat 
 
A workshop for artists to develop a public speaking and communication skills. Participants will have a chance to sharpen their tongues as well as to set out a self-realization and self-understanding. This workshop is primarily designed to develop public speaking skills that are related to art professions. These include work presentation, stage communication, seminar & talk, media interviews, exhibition opening remarks as well as other tips on speech preparation, body language and overall personalities. 
 
*Please note that the activity is only open to artists of Early Years Project#2
 
2. 
Art Enterprise and Social Engagement 
Wednesday 11 October 2017, 14:00-17:00
Auditorium, 5th floor, BACC
Speaker: Navin Rawanchaikul 
Moderators: Henry Tan, Soifa Saenkhamkon
 
This activity introduces artists to the concept of art enterprise and art industry. With experiences shared by a professional artist, participants will learn a professional artist workflow which include personal record, art profile building, norms and guidelines in joining large scales art fairs, self-positioning and image. The event also helps the artists to develop their etiquette, improve their image, and acts as a hub for a larger professional network.
 
3.  
Multidisciplinary Session: Learn and Living with 60+
(a case study on multidisciplinary work on "Living with 60+")
Saturday 4 November 2017, 14:00-17:00
Multi-function Room, 1st floor, BACC
Speakers:
Assoc. Prof. Dr. Jiraporn Kespichayawattana  (Faculty of Nursing, Chulalongkorn university)
Asst. Prof. Dr. Choomket Sawangjaroen (Head of Thammasat University Universal Design Research Unit)
Somruetai Pravalpattakul (Exhibition Project Manager “Chara Land The Land of Wonder World”)
Moderators: Henry Tan, Soifa Saenkhamkon
 
Following the borderless nature of multidisciplinary art that keeps up with the evolving changes, this activity introduces a multidisciplinary working principle for art professions. The main theme for this event is “Aging society” which is a major problem in Thailand and other nations.
 
4. 
Evolution of Large scale exhibition and Biennale
Saturday 23 December 2017, 14:00-17:00
Multi-function Room, 1st floor, BACC
Speaker: Natasha Ginwala
 
Today’s communication and data intake are driven by the speed of the internet. Consumers’ behaviours and social interest might be changed just overnight. How should art react to this? Is there other space or platform for artists to show their potential, share a vision or even experiment their works?
 
5. 
Collaborative art, laws and rights related to informal employment
Saturday 27 January 2018, 13:00-18:30
Auditorium, 5th floor, BACC
 
5.1 Collective and International Collaboration
13:00-16:00
Speakers: Baan Noorg Collaborative Arts & Culture and Open-Contemporary Art Center (OCAC, Taiwan) 
 
Collaborative work requires a joint effort and mutual respect on a common idea. The production of each group work is unique and is naturally a battle between the ego and the common idea. Each project unavoidably goes through mutual collaboration in streamlining thinking process, production or other steps. This activity walks the artists through steps in creating group work from a blank canvas to a complete production. The steps include group calling, internal and external affairs management, group discussion on questions like “Why do artists need to register an artist group?”, “What are the benefits to an artist group in terms of power towards the public and private sector?” “What are the benefits for artist group at domestic and international level?”
 
5.2 Freelance Must Know: Credibility and Social Welfare 
16:30-18:30
Speakers: Chanin Kulakarnchanathorn and tasknjoy team
 
Artists and other freelance professions are commonly known as “informal employment”. These professions aren’t under social welfare, Old Age Pension, or security pension. The result leads to financial and health insecurity. How can people in these creative professions survive the current insecurity and social limit? This talk introduces you to the whole national welfare system in Thailand as well as tips and tricks on how to access to the public fund, get a bank loan or credit card approved. The talk also talks about taxation structure for these professions as well as other guidelines that will benefit them.
 
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About Tentacles
Established in 2014, Tentacles is an art space open to emerging artists, culture professions as well as the pubic to present and shares ideas that shift or drive socio-culture knowledge forward. The initiative is a space for creative experiment that may be in a form of exhibitions, seminars or Artist Residency Program, an art space for Thai and foreign artists to experiment their work. Besides art space, Tentacle also coordinates with international organizations to provide an artist exchange program between Thai and foreign nationals to work on art projects and expand the network.
 
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