Chiang Mai Creative Mapping 2016-2017This is the second edition of CHIANG MAI CREATIVE MAPPING, a directory and description of key creative and cultural organizations, groups, spaces and assets in Chiang Mai.
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.Read More
The Food Innovation and Packaging Center is an organization that provides academic services, research and food innovation development. The Center aims to promote, support and link work done in the public and private sector by using knowledge and expertise gained through research to develop and create innovation, thereby leading to an increase in value of business in the food industry.Read More
The Faculty of Arts and Architecture is one of four faculties that make up the Rajamangala University of Technology Lanna (RMUTL), an educational institution created for Northern Thailand that aims to produce active graduates who are experts in their vocation by integrating learning and teaching with real work experience.The Faculty of Arts and Architecture offers eight different undergraduate courses, with majors in Architecture, Interior Architecture, Textiles and Jewelry, Communication Design, Industrial Design, Visual Art, Ceramics, and Printing and Packaging Technology.Read More
The Department of Packaging Technology at the Faculty of Agro-Industry, Chiang Mai University (CMU), first started offering its 4-year program for undergraduate students when it was established in 2012. It aims to produce entrepreneurs who will go on to be leaders in packaging design research and development.Read More
The DITP Chiang Mai is a governmental organization and is the Chiang Mai and Northern regional office of the Department of International Trade Promotion (DITP), part of Thailand’s Ministry of Commerce.Read More