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    Thammasat collaboration to develop hand-woven loincloth products

    Thammasat University by Assoc. Prof. Gasinee Witoonchart, Rector of Thammasat University, together with the Faculty of Fine and Applied Arts, the Faculty of Commerce and Accountancy, the Faculty of Architecture and Urban Planning and the School of Global Studies participated the opening ceremony of the Pakaoma Torjai Fair of the year 2021 and the signing ceremony of a memorandum of collaboration in the Creative Young Designer Project (Season 2) with 13 institutions in the EISA project network that support loincloth products design for the community.

    The Creative Young Designer project is a collaboration between the local loincloth project, Thai handicrafts, by Pracharath Rak Samakkee Social Enterprise (Thailand) Company Limited and the EISA project (Education Institute Support Activity) by Thai Beverage Public Company Limited to develop hand-woven loincloth products and promote the development of students’ potential in learning about hand-woven loincloth through the exchange of knowledge and ways of harmornious living together among the knowledgeable and expertize producer communities, yet lack of ideas and new innovations, and as an extension for students to have the opportunity to widen their perspectives and initiate designs and processing for the hand-woven loincloth community in order to sustainably maximize income to the community.

    For Creative Young Designers 2021, there are 15 communities participating in the project to develop clothing products, appliances, souvenirs from hand-woven loincloths by 13 universities, 3 football clubs, and in which Thammasat University will be involved in the development of “NatradaCotton, Huai Sai Village Weaving Group, Ban Pae Sub-District, Chom Thong District, Chiang Mai Province” by the Fashion Design Program, the Faculty of Fine and Applied Arts, the Industrial Craft Design Program, the Faculty of Fine and Applied Arts, Lampang Campus, the Faculty of Commerce and Accountancy, and the Design, Business & Technology Management (DBTM) Program, the Faculty of Architecture and Urban Planning.

    “Amphan Cotton, Amber Cotton Occupational Group, Na Kor Ruea Sub-District, Hot District, Chiang Mai Province” by the Fashion Design Program, by Fashion Design Program, the Faculty of Fine and Applied Arts, the Industrial Craft Design Program, the Faculty of Fine and Applied Arts, Lampang Campus, the Faculty of Commerce and Accountancy, and the Design, Business & Technology Management (DBTM) Program, the Faculty of Architecture and Urban Planning and “Lom Mut Village Weaving Group, Plai Sub-District, Thepha District, Songkhla Province” by the Textile Design Program, the Faculty of Fine and Applied Arts in collaboration with the School of Global Studies.

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