The Ministry of Culture will be hosting Thai textiles exhibition as tribute to Her Majesty Queen Sirikit at the National Museum in Bangkok on 14 August. This was revealed by the Minister of Culture Vira Rojpojchanarat.
The exhibition titled â€˜Wichitbhusapattrapornâ€™, will feature rare Thai textiles and textiles from mountain tribes and other Thai ethnic groups, along with Thai textures from 40 National Museums in other provinces.
The Ministryâ€™s officials and the general public are free to submit their own rare textiles, to be put on display at this exhibition.
The Ministry of Culture will also be holding another textiles exhibition, titles â€˜Thai Textiles, Thai Identityâ€™ at Siam Paragon shopping center on 19-23 August 2015, showcasing the evolution of Thai textiles which dates back up to three thousand years.
The Ministry will also hold the Thai Textiles Marketplace event at Khlong Phasing Krung Kasem Canal next to the government house. This event will allow the public to see and purchase textiles and clothes gathered from all over the country, directly from the manufacturers themselves.
The exhibition will then be developed into a permanent textiles museum situated in the Bangkok National Museum in 2016 from the initiation of the Prime Minister.
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