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Two sisters, Thai Young Ambassadors of Thai Culture and Promotion,


Two sisters, Thai Young Ambassadors of Thai Culture and Promotion,
Kate – Little Miss  Supanida Paosatheranpan
And Kiddie- Little Miss Suparada Paosatheanpan
The two children owners reward Kunathon culture Beneficiaries to the Ministry of Culture for the year 2021.
With the latest work, the dissemination of Thai Khon dance.
Photo detail: Thai temple in Khon Kaen province on the cover of a magazine in the United States.
The pride of Thai children. They have joined in Thailand Biennale Korat 2021-2022 ( international art exhibition ) . They have painted and showed on stages around the province in many weekends in many places .

            Thailand Biennale, Korat 2021

18 December 2021 – 31 March 2022
Korat, Nakhon Ratchasima Province, Thailand
Artistic Director: Yuko Hasegawa
Co-curators:
Tawatchai Somkong, Vipash Purichanont, Seiha Kurosawa
List of participants
54 artists and groups from 26 countries and regions
Organizer: Office of Contemporary Art and Culture, Ministry of Culture (OCAC)
The second edition of Thailand’s leading international event of contemporary art takes place in Korat, Nakhon Ratchasima Province from 18 December 2021 to 31 March 2022. Organized by the Office of Contemporary Art and Culture (OCAC) each event is hosted by a different region in Thailand. In addition to exhibitions at museums and art spaces, it proposes the use of natural and urban outdoor locations, as well as the production of site-specific art projects at unusual venues in collaboration with local communities.
Artistic Director Yuko Hasegawa has chosen as theme Butterflies Frolicking on the Mud: Engendering Sensible Capital. It is meant in the sense of “a proposal and a practice, primarily focusing on the ecologies specific to this region. These ‘ecologies’ do not refer only to natural environments: they also encompass an entire array of elements that surround us. Instead of a critique of current global capitalism, the proper practical role of art today ought to create a new ‘sensible’ capital focusing on a system of engendering, by leveraging its open, transversal nature.” The idea of this new capital is inspired by the theory of ‘social common capital’ of the Japanese economist Dr. Hirofumi Uzawa.
But her decision for this title was sparked by a natural incident, as Hasegawa explains: “Past spring, there was a massive outbreak of beautiful butterflies with white and yellow-green wings because COVID-19 has reduced the movement of people and restored nature. The butterflies were happily fluttering around in the mud. It is well known that butterflies paddle on the mud to detoxify and rehydrate. Similarly, we are trying to figure out what is going on around us now and what we can do in the uncertain future. The title Butterflies Frolicking on the Mud expresses our miserable but courageous state. It indicates the ‘capital’ of hope that emerges from the midst of anxiety and uncertainty.”
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