Chiang Mai Creative Mapping

Organizations and Resources Database
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The Earth Farmer Community (Chomrom Su Pheun Din)

Category: Urban Related, Urban Development

The Earth Farmer Community (Chomrom Su Pheun Din) was founded in 1997 by a group of farmers in San Sai District who believe in a self-reliant way of life.

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LITTLE CHEF CHANGES THE WORLD

Category: Performing Arts, Urban Related, Urban Development

The Little Chef Changes The World is a food campaign initiated by Gabfai Theatre Group core member, Sasithon Kamrit (Ann). The initiative was born in 2013 from the worrying fact that green areas in Chiang Mai have been declining rapidly. Since the city’s land has been developed for other usage, families, communities and schools who depend on agricultural land to grow vegetables for their daily consumption need to find ways to manage limited land more efficiently. By using theatre as a tool to raise awareness about food stocks, how to cook meals using locally grown vegetables and food safety, the campaign reaches out to local communities and schools to change their dietary behavior and attitudes.

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SRI PRAKAD HOUSE

Category: Urban Related, Urban Development , Gallery

The Sri Prakad House is an old wooden building built in 1905. Over the years, the house was used as a kindergarden, a clinic and a printing business. After World War II, it was converted into the Sri Prakard Hotel until it closed down in 2002. Presently, Pa Oor, a third generation member of the family that owns it has renovated the house for operation as an exhibition space telling the history of Sri Prakard as well as offering other rooms and space to promote healthy living, the environment and culture.

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PUNPUN

Category: Urban Related, Urban Development

Pun Pun is a small organic farm, seed saving center, and sustainable living and learning center. Founded in 2003 by Jon Jandai, it strives to find more ways to live a more self-reliant lifestyle by growing organic food, building natural homes and experimenting with low-tech appropriate technologies.

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MONK CHAT MCU (WAT SUAN DOK)

Category: Urban Related, Urban Development

The Monk Chat Project was started in 1998 by the academic affairs division of the Mahachulalongkorn Rajavidyalaya University. The main idea was to give foreigners who wanted to learn about Bhuddism and Thai culture an opportunity to exchange knowledge and practice with young student monks who could then practice their English in turn.

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NANA JUNGLE FARM BREAD MARKET

Category: Urban Related

Nana Jungle is a family-owned bread and bakery business that was founded in 2011. Khun Rattikarn started her venture by selling fresh croissants and breads among Thai and foreign friends. But as her reputation spread, she decided to open a bread market in an open, grassy area inside Suan Phailom village near the Chiang Mai International Convention and Exhibition Centre on Canal Road.

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FARMER'S MARKET CHIANGMAI

Category: Urban Related

The Farmer’s Market Chiang Mai offers a wide variety of organic farm products such as fresh vegetables, homemade bread, coffee, ready-cooked food and seasonal fruits. The market is a communal outlet for small farmers to come and sell their own products. It is where visitors can find pesticide-free products that pass the food safety standards stipulated by the Food and Health Authority of Thailand.

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CHIANG MAI SUNDAY CYCLING CLUB

Category: Urban Related

Founded in 1996 by Police Lieutenant Colonel Anu Noenhat, the Chiangmai Sunday Bicycle Club promotes a cycling campaign around the moat every Sunday. It urges the public to use their bicycles when short distances around town to help ease traffic during rush hours and in congested areas of the city.

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BIRD WALK

Category: Design Architect, Urban Related

The Lanna Bird and Nature Conservation Club encourages nature lovers in Chiangmai to participate in bird watching and nature-related activities. The bird watching activity was initiated by Chiangmai based neurologist Dr. Rangsrit Kanjanavanit (Mor Mong) and Khun Madiew, who acted as assistant. The club aims at encouraging nature and environmental enthusiasts to meet and be enganged in the weekend activities.

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UNTITLED FOR FILM (MEDIA ARTS AND DESIGN, FACULTY OF FINE ART, CMU)

Category: Film and Photography

Untitled for Film is a student club for movie lovers. The club’s program is set and run by students who study media arts and design at Chiang Mai University with help and supervision from teachers at the faculty of fine arts. Every Saturday around 7 pm, the club hosts an open-air movie screening on the rooftop of a faculty building and welcomes both students and the general public to attend the event free of charge; drinks and snacks are on sale at a small bar.

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SOFTWARE INDUSTRY PROMOTION AGENCY (SIPA) – CHIANG MAI

Category: Software

Established in 2003, the Software Industry Promotion Agency (SIPA) is a public organization administered under the Ministry of Information and Communication Technology. The agency is responsible for helping plan and write policy for the Ministry of Information and Communication Technology, developing and promoting the software industry in Thailand. It supports and trains individuals and software personnel and promotes the software market and manufacturing process in Thailand through financial incentives, grants, and loans. SIPA also has a service center, which offers expert advisory services to those in the software industry on subjects such as getting financial support from the Thailand Board of Investment, copyright laws and business support for small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs).

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PHOTOGRAPHIC ART, DEPARTMENT OF ARTS, MEDIA AND DESIGN, CMU

Category: Film and Photography

The Photographic Art program was established in 1988 as part of the Department of Arts, Media and Design, Faculty of Fine Arts, Chiang Mai University. The curriculum combines theory and academic study, creativity and practical studies in a 4-year program suitable for any student with a passion for photography.

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NORTHERN DIGITAL ENTERPRISE ASSOCIATION (NDEA)

Category: Digital Content, Software

Founded in 2015, the Northern Digital Enterprise Association (NDEA) aims to help local and government agencies improve quality of life through technology, to expand and connect its members to larger markets and opportunities, and to develop Chiang Mai to become a world-renowned digital hub.

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COMPUTER ENGINEERING, FACULTY OF ENGINEERING, CMU

Category: Film and Photography, Digital Content, Software

The Department of Computer Engineering at the Faculty of Engineering, Chiang Mai University (CMU) was established in 1993 and has since played an important role in Chiang Mai both as an educational establishment and as a center for the promotion of technology and business. The Department of Computer Engineering creates successful graduate engineers who have gone on to work in both the public and private sectors in a wide range of careers, such as system network engineers, program developers and industry automation engineers.

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COLLEGE OF ARTS, MEDIA AND TECHNOLOGY (CAMT), CMU

Category: Software

The College of Arts, Media and Technology (CAMT) at Chiang Mai University is an organization under the direction of the university similar to that of a faculty, but with more independence. The college provides education in the field of creative technology and innovation, and offers undergraduate programs in software engineering (international program), animation, and modern management and information technology. The college also offers two master’s degree programs in knowledge management and software engineering, and a PhD program in knowledge management.

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CHIANG MAI PHOTO CLUB

Category: Film and Photography

The Chiang Mai Photo Club (CMPC) is one of many groups and clubs related to film and photography in the city. It was established as an open group for all who love photography and wish to improve their photographic skills. The club has an online platform for sharing or posting photos where people can ask for suggestions and advice on anything to do with photography. The online platform is a useful tool for budding photographers as suggestions and advice from the club members or CMPC staff can be obtained directly and promptly. In addition, the group organizes occasional CMPC trips and other related activities and events.

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BARCAMP

Category: Design Website, Graphic, Digital Content, Software

Barcamp Chiangmai refers to a community of people in the IT and software field (others interested in technology are welcome). Barcamp events are open, participatory events called “unconferences” (no prior agenda – the latter is proposed by attendees). The idea is to get smart, tech savvy people together to collaborate, network, and learn from each other.

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WOO CAFE ART GALLERY AND LIFESTYLE SHOP

Category: Packaging, Gallery

Located in the heart of Wat Ket neighborhood on the east bank of the Ping River near Wat Ket Temple, Woo café opened its doors in 2014 as a café and dining space, a gallery and a lifestyle shop. The café zone occupies the ground floor of the main building, serving drinks, cake, desserts and Thai-Western fusion food from breakfast to dinner. The Art Gallery is located above the ground floor café.

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SEESCAPE GALLERY

Category: Gallery

Seescape Gallery is an art and community space consisting of gallery exhibition spaces and a studio, design shop, a cake and coffee shop in the heart of the Nimmanhaemin area. Seescape Gallery was founded and opened by artist Torlarp Larpjaroensook (or Hern), who has an art studio and workshop at the gallery and curates all of the temporary art exhibits on display.

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SANGDEE GALLERY

Category: Gallery

Sangdee is a non-profit art gallery and creative space that aims to support up and coming artists and showcase both national and international talent.

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