Tanawat ASAWAITTHIPOND (Tanawat)
Community engaged arts, Contemporary visual arts, Creative Industries/ cultural+ social business, Dance, Marketing, Theatre/Drama/ Contemporary circus
Artist (writer/performer/filmmaker/visual artist etc), Arts Manager/ Administrator, Curator, Designer, Production management
Capacity building for arts sector, Disability/ inclusion, Economic opportunity, Gender, Healing / Wellbeing, Rights
Artpedia a troupe / Pichet Klunchun / Nikorn Sae-tang / Babymime and Crescent moon theatre
Tanawat is a creative producer , curator , Interdisciplinary/visual artist and strategy consultant. Since Tanawat earned his degree in Economics, he has accumulated experiences, network, and connections in the art field through years and developed the understanding toward the contemporary art’s circumstances in Thailand; working with influential artists such as Pichet Klunchun, Nikorn Saetang , Babymime and Crescent moon theatre and also foreign network ; World-wide organizations ,artists and producers such as Japan foundation , South East Asia , UK (British council) ,South Korea (Korean government , Korea foundation) , Latin America , Middle East Asia and more. Currently , He is taking a step further by introducing a different yet compromised model for the art to be able to enter the world of exchange through the formation of ‘Artpedia : a troupe’ as a key member (producer and curator) ; is an arts management group consists of art savvies and new-gen art managers/producers who keen to see all forms of art, especially performing and visual art, flourish in our motherland ,Thailand. With our heart sincerely respect the artists and their works; we also see things through the lens of a strategist. Hence, he wishes to see, and more importantly, to act to construct or form a model for the art to be able to sustain itself and thrive through World challenging time. He has an interest in contemporary art & cognition method for self-understanding into transformation, social & inter-cultural issues (Inequality ,LGBTQ as minorities) and culture initiation for art in the society.