Rumpueng Community Art Space

Rumpueng Community Art Space is a contemporary art exhibition space which hosts community events and workshops as well as an international artist residency program. Rumpueng Community Art Space has become a creative hub in the Wat U-Mong area, and is a place where local and international artists can work together to produce new work and organize exhibitions, workshops and other public events.

โทรศัพท์ 081-6812767


Charm Learn Studio, a ceramic art co-op, was founded in 2012 by three passionate designers, Thanita Yothawong, Natthapol Wannaporn and Chanchai Boriboon in Bangkok. Their signature product is a ceramic lunch-box set “Pin-To”, which has clinched various recognitions, such as the PM Award 2017, the DeMark Award 2017 and the Good Design Award 2017. In 2020, Natthapol Wannaporn opened a branch in Chiang Mai, his hometown, under the name Charm Learn Studio CNX. Located in San Kamphaeng, a district well-known for ceramics, the studio is aimed at those who are interested in ceramics, offering a space for artisans and enthusiasts to work and share their ideas. Through events, workshops and residency programs, Charm Learn Studio’s vision is to create a community space for artists and craft makers as well as elevate ceramics as an artform by itself. The studio also cooperates with the Chiang Mai City of Craft and Folk Arts initiative, and Chiang Mai Design Week by TCDC.

Hongsara & Angkan developed their love of filigree art from their father, Mr Pongmit Uppanun, and created the brand Angsa Studio in 2008.

Filigree, an ancient art tracing back 5000 years, consists of twisting fine thread-like wires to shape and soldering them into highly delicate ornamental lacy designs.This lacy metal technique is one of the oldest and most beautiful art forms and is ideal for multi- layered designs such as flower and insect motifs.

Today, Hongsara & Angkan carry on the tradition and design filigree jewelry art pieces in both traditional and contemporary styles. Angsa Studio exhibits works and handcrafts as well as providing spaces for people who are interested in craft workshops.

Studio Phuwa is an exhibition space where Dr. Chiranthanin Kitika shows his contemporary works and projects. A lecturer at the Faculty of Architecture, Chiang Mai University, and freelance architect and designer, Dr Kitika curates students’ projects, giving them the opportunity to showcase their work to the public. The studio emphasises the local lifestyle and aims to steer the community through networking and collaborations. The studio believes that culture is part of innovation. Their works have been integrated with research and many urban design projects, leading them to participate in activities and events such as the Chiang Mai Design Week, Street Art Liberation and digital disruption learning courses.

Wat Gate Community is a historical community and neighborhood on the eastern bank of the Ping River where many generations of people from different ethnic backgrounds and nationalities, whether Lanna, Chinese or European, have settled and lived together. Wat Gate Karam, a temple founded more 500 years ago that now acts as the center of the community.

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.

Ran Lao or To Tell bookstore is known among local academics and bookworms as a place to find alternative books and rare academic magazines. Founded in 2000 by four partners, it not only sells books but also serves as a meeting place where readers, writers, artists and musicians can relax and exchange ideas.