Prestige Planner: Best Things to do This Week (November 1-7)

From a photography masterclass to contemporary art exhibitions, here are five events you can partake in this week in Bangkok. 

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Attend a Photography Masterclass by Tavepong Pratoomwong

If photography is an area of interest for you, consider attending the Glenfiddich Masterclass: ‘Pushing Creative Boundaries through Photography.’ An event designed for creative minds and photography lovers, award-winning street photographer Tavepong Pratoomwong will provide an insight into his creative journey and share tips and tricks on street photography. 

To attend the masterclass, register here. 

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Check out River City Bangkok’s ‘RCB Film Club: In the Life of Music’

For an afternoon of outstanding film and beautiful music, head over to River City Bangkok this Saturday, November 6 2021. This special 4pm screening, introduced by the Ambassador of Cambodia, HE Sorphorn Ouk, presents In the Life of Music, a historical drama which pivots on the social, cultural, and political history of Cambodia through the country’s most well-known song Champa Battambang.

For more information, visit River City Bangkok’s website. 

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Visit The ‘Khon + Future’ Exhibition

Organised by the Museum of Contemporary Art, the charitable exhibition ‘Khon + Future’ features works created by ten Thai Khon artists and three fine art photographers. The exhibition celebrates the classic art form in Thailand, Khon. This project is a collaboration between MOCA Bangkok, the Support Foundation, and UNESCO Bangkok. 

For more information, visit the event’s website. 

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Citrus Soap-Making Workshop

If you’re looking to get crafty, add this Citrus Soap-Making Workshop to your weekend plans. An event by Bangkok Soap Opera, you’ll learn how to create high-quality natural cosmetics at home using simple edible ingredients. Their philosophy is “if you can eat it, you can apply it on your skin.”

For more information, visit the event’s website. 

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Attend the ‘Opening Night: Alongside Art Exhibition’

Hosted by international contemporary art gallery 333Anywhere, their ongoing project ‘Opening Night; Alongside Art Exhibition’ sheds light on how everything – from people to plants to animals – is connected. A great space for avid gallery-goers to reflect.

For more information, visit the 333Anywhere’s website. 

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