Creative Chiang Mai Ecosystem Directory
Creative Chiang Mai Ecosystem Directory Fourth Edition is a valuable asset by collecting information of groups, organizations, agencies, creative and cultural spaces in Chiang Mai, which will be beneficial to the study and lead to the creation of a network of relationships that foster Creative Ecosystem in Chiang Mai.
The Photographic Art Program at Chiang Mai University was established in 1998 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.
Punspace is one of the growing number of co-working spaces in Chiang Mai. Reflecting the increasingly important collaborative working culture which is developing in Chiang Mai, Punspace has among its amongst its members and visitors many different people from a wide variety of professions such as startup entrepreneurs, online marketers, sales, mobile/web developers, hardcore programmers, graphic/media designers, podcasters, bloggers, photographers, filmmakers, writers, lawyers, and venture capitalists.
The Research & Development Innovation Services Center (R&DISC) was initiated by the Federation of Thai Industries (FTI) Chiang Mai Chapter to provide a platform and forum for regular meetings, events, collaboration and information sharing on issues related to industry oriented research, development and innovation.
Slow Hand is a ceramic Studio located amid natural surroundings in the Wat U-mong area. The studio is an open structure without walls, allowing air to circulate freely, and was founded by Joen and Ting, whose ceramic styles concentrate on three-dimensional artworks and household items. Slow Hand offers claywork, ceramic and drawing classes to both Thais and foreigners. Its guiding principle is the use of slow hand movements during the artistic process that result in unique pieces of work.
the Software Industry Promotion Agency (SIPA) is a public prganization 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, supporting and training individuals and software personnel and promoting the software market and manufacturing process in Thailand through financial incentives, grants and loans.
The Northern Handicrafts Manufactures Exporters Association’s (NOHMEX) objective is to handle and help with issues and problems faced by the handicraft industry in Northern Thailand. Currently numbering more than 250, member companies have grouped together to promote and support the development of the handicraft industry and to assist each other in marketing their products.
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.
An important institution under the control of the Faculty of Agro-Industry is the Center for Agro-Industry Business Services (or ‘Agro-Biz’) which was established with the role of offering academic services to society. The center does this by collecting knowledge and professional experiences, alongside the results of research in the field of Agro-Industry, and passing it on to society in various ways. The vision of the Faculty of Agro-Industry at Chiang Mai Uniersity is to be ‘the leader in agro-industry academics in both Thailand and the Greater Mekong Subregion’.
When they hear the word Makampom, many people in Thailand will think of the famous Makampom drama group that uses theatre, puppets, stage performances, traditional musicals and mime with the aim to help develop the community and encourage local people to exchange ideas
Situated within the moat and old city walls of Chiang Mai near Tha Phae Gate, Makerspace Thailand is designed as a place to breed creativity and provide space and tools for inventors and ordinary people to explore different production methods and manufacturing techniques.
Makhampom is known to Thais as a famous drama group that uses theatre, puppets, stage performances, traditional music and mime to help develop communities by encouraging local people to exchange opinions and ideas and take part in community projects. At the same time, Makhampom also trains local people and youths in the community to produce communication tools themselves. Whether you call it a large family, a nursery, a university or just a place that brings together people who love drama, Makhampom’s specialty is drama and the creative arts.
Located in the popular Nimmanhaemin area, Mana Co-working & reading Space is one of the growing number of co-working space s in Chiang Mai. Mana often works out cheaper, with prices start from 19 baht an hour to 99 baht for afull day access. Mana sells cakes,pastries and drinks, and alsoprovide a small meeting room for hire.