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Reminder of TTS co-share with NMV - A Lecture By Dr. Linda S. McIntosh

May 20th 2017

Dear Members and Subscibers,  This is a TTS reminder for Thursday, 25th May, 2017  TIME: 10:30 am    A Lecture by Dr. Linda S. McIntosh.  "Pha Mai Kham: Ceremonial Textiles of Buddhist Groups of the Mekong's Left Bank" Please note the venue:   Westin Grand Hotel   -   The State Room, 8th floor -  (Corner of Soi 19 and Sukhumvit Road - BTS Asoke or MRT Sukhumvit) see map below This presentation will focus on the ceremonial textiles o ...Continue Reading

"Pha Mai Kham: Ceremonial Textiles of Buddhist Groups of the Mekong's Left Bank"

May 15th 2017

Dear Members and Subscribers,  The May Collectors' Corner is a co-share with the Bangkok National Museum Volunteers.  Please note the venue is: Westin Grand Hotel   -   The State Room, 8th floor. Below are the details of this event. Collectors' Corner "Pha Mai Kham: Ceremonial Textiles of Buddhist Groups of the Mekong's Left Bank" By Dr. Linda S. McIntosh Thursday, 25th May, 2017 This presentation will focus on the ceremonial textiles of groups living on the left bank of th ...Continue Reading

Reminder Collectors Corner - An Eclectic Collection of Antique Rugs, Embroidery and Miscellany - Saturday, 29 April 2017

April 16th 2017

Dear Members and Subscribers, Below is the  final reminder for the societys' Collectors' Corner on Saturday 29 April 2017.  ...Continue Reading

April Collectors Corner A Visit to a Private Collection

April 4th 2017

Dear Members and Subscribers On Saturday 29 April 2017 the Societys' Collectors' Corner has the priviledge of  viewing  the Private Textile Collection of  Vishrut Jain. This Collectors' Corner will be held at a  Private Venue; therefore all participants are _required to please reserve in advance_ at the following email:  bkk.tts@gmail.com – Ruth Gerson Vishrut Jain, a relatively newcomer to Thailand, but long time resident of Singapore, has amassed an impressive collection of a ...Continue Reading

Reminder of a Joint presentation for the Thai Textile Society and the Siam Society by JOHN ANG

March 21st 2017

Please be reminder of the Joint presentation for  the Thai Textile Society and the Siam Society by JOHN ANG Reconnecting the Disconnected Through Textiles of the Malay Maritime Empire    Tuesday, 28 March 2017 - 7:30 pm at the Siam Society, For information and reservation contact bkk.tts@gmail.com Venue:   The Siam Society  - 131 Asoke Montri Road, Sukhumvit Soi 21   Bangkok Thailand Members: Free & Non-members: B200 In presenting these textiles many of which have ...Continue Reading

Reminder for Excursion on Thursday, 16 March 2017, 10 AM – Noon to Queen Sirikit Museum of Textiles

March 12th 2017

Dear Members & Subscribers, This is a final reminder for the societys' excursion to Queen Sirikit Museum of Textiles. Paticipants will view both exhibitions "Fit For A Queen: Her Majesty Queen Sirikit’s Creations by Balmain"  and "Dressing Gods and Demons: Costume for Khon".   "Fit For A Queen: Her Majesty Queen Sirikit’s Creations by Balmain"  exhibition is a unique collaboration which led to Her Majesty Queen Sirikit of Thailand being voted one of the world ...Continue Reading

Thai Textile Society Excursion to the Queen Sirikit Museum of Textiles

March 4th 2017

Dear Members & Subscribers Spaces are still available for this Excursion - RSVP to bkk.tts@gmail.com  Thursday, 16 March 2017, 10 AM – Noon Fit For A Queen: Her Majesty Queen Sirikit’s Creations by Balmain  & Dressing Gods and Demons: Costume for Khon Melissa Leventon, senior consultant to the museum and author of the accompanying exhibition catalog Fit For A Queen: Her Majesty Queen Sirikit’s Creations by Balmain will guide us on this tour of the museum’s two current exhibit ...Continue Reading

The Thai Textile Society and The Siam Society- A Joint presentation

March 1st 2017

Reconnecting the Disconnected Through Textiles of the Malay Maritime Empire A presentation by John Ang Tuesday, 28 March 2017 John Ang of Singaporean parentage was born in Chicago. After he received his M.A. in Asian Art History from the University of Michigan, he moved to Japan and worked as a reporter for Japan Times covering Asian Art exhibitions and performances in Tokyo.  Later he travelled to Taipei where he established an art gallery handling fine Asian art which included furniture, sculpture, textiles ...Continue Reading

February 26th 2017

Second Reminder Collectors Corner Saturday 25th February 2017

February 21st 2017

Please be reminded of the February Collector's Corner  Saturday 25 February - "Rupert Smith - Antique Tibetan Rugs" The TTS Steering Committee encourages all Members and Textile enthusiasts to support this event. Rupert Smith first travelled to Tibet in 1986 at which time he began to study Tibetan culture, and in particular the unique craft of weaving. He visited remote areas on the Tibetan Plateau where he acquired rugs that were for daily use, and has since been sponsoring there a project dedicated ...Continue Reading
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