tomorrow.Lab is a collective of futurists, explorers of spheres that unites art and science. The collective encourages an open conversation with local individuals, communities, and cities; everyone, to actively participate in the world of tomorrow.
Pa Rang Cafe & Art Stay is a multi-activity space for creatives. Cafe/ Airbnb/workshop/gallery/event in the heart of Chiang Mai old town.
A night gallery in the heart of Chiang Mai. It's a bar, it's a gallery, it's a music venue, it's "some space for somebody."
An evolving, revolutionary, chaotic, vital organisation supporting art and aid in Myanmar, and to refugees across the boarder. Not only do they create a hub and safe space for Burmese refugees searching for place, community, and culture in Chiang Mai, but they foster the celebration and retention of their culture through programs, festivals, commissioning work and exhibitions .
Studio Phuwa: the experimental studio of Ajarn Phuwa [aka Assistant Professor Dr. Chiranthanin Kitika], Chiang Mai's mover and shaker in the bottom-up urban scene. Alongside teaching architecture at Chiang Mai University, Phuwa believes in the art of co-creating a city where the people come first.
Lanner was founded in 2022 to provide a neutral space where people can express their opinions freely – a space of exchange and debate to try to find new proposals for designing good lives in the local area. Lanner aims to be the voice of the people on various issues, connecting citizens, academics, writers, activists, and other civil society groups who are participating in social change.
Arts and crafts collective supporting artisans in Myanmar and Thailand. Passing on hope through crafted products in response to the recent 2021 military coup.
Triple Edge, bringing together the finest rappers from the borders of South-East-Asia to bring you the truth.
Titang: Media voice and advocacy for stateless people based in Chiang Mai, Thailand.
Studio 88 believes in the power of art to interact with nature, people and culture in daily life, challenging ways of thinking and inspiring alternative perspectives. A core part of the Studio 88 project is to foster intercultural exchanges around issues of our times. The artist residency is based in Doi Saket in Chiang Mai, Thailand.
A film screening collective decentralising access to moving image. They pride themselves through being a 'homeless theatre' functioning as a community gathering space based in Chiang Mai, Thailand.
ART for AIR – The art projects for breath – has represented the power of the citizen, together with cultural artists in Chiang Mai and nearby provinces. The project stands its ground in working cooperatively to solve the PM2.5 air pollution which has lasted for more than a decade. The project also manifests its determination to use artistic, cultural and social activities to push forward problem solving in short term, intermediate term and in the long run.
Simona Meesaiyati is an artist and environmental storyteller who has hosted and produced thousands of episodes on Thai national TV a program called "2 Degrees" which tackles all things related to climate change. She has also been instrumental during the founding years of the renowned CCCL Film Festival
during its founding years.
Tempo.Wav is a community organisation, event planner, curating, and music production studio.