Please consider contributing to the growth of Thailand's only independent archives for documenting its modern and contemporary, "avant-garde" heritage.
We can't do this without you!
THAI ART ARCHIVES encourages a new model of collaboration—both regionally and globally—between academic, corporate, private, foundation-based, commercial, and other sponsors, in contrast to relying on government support and/or the patronage of a board of trustees.*
A prime goal of TAA at this time is to establish one or more 6-12 month archival and curatorial fellowships for emerging Thai scholars, researchers, and post-graduates, so they may participate in special projects research and exhibitions, and gain firsthand experience in "international-standard" curatorial and research practices. Fellowships will be named after donors and generously publicized. At this time, 120,000 THB [under $4,000 USD] will support a part-time fellow for 6 months; 180,000 THB [5,000 USD] will support a full-time researcher for 6 months. [Rough figures are provided for general reference purposes only; subject to change.]
JOIN THE MISSION!
The Thai Art Archives offers an unprecedented opportunity for patrons to demonstrate commitment to the preservation of Thailand's avant-garde heritage for the benefit of current and future generations. We warmly welcome all queries regarding potential collaboration and sponsorship and look forward to exploring with interested parties the various ways TAA affords its patrons and partners an unprecedented opportunity for promotion of their mission, their related products, or special project goals among a global creative and professional audience. In addition, this project offers patrons new opportunities for public outreach and development in keeping with Thailand's commitment to building an internationally savvy "creative economy."
If you are interested in learning more about the many ways we might complement each others' missions and special projects, please contact the director at email@example.com.
* Please note that the former "Global Friends Circle" has been discontinued beginning in 2016.