TTW supports the operation of the Bangkok Art and Culture Centre
13 August 2021
Mr. Walailat Trivisvavet, Managing Director of TTW Public Company Limited, presented a support amount of 1,000,000 baht to the Bangkok Art and Culture Centre. For the operation of the Bangkok Art and Culture Centre, the company has foreseen the importance of the Art and Culture Centre that can be used as a place to knowledge sharing and learn about arts and culture for youth and the general public in the past, the Bangkok Art and Culture Centre has continually organized activities related to arts and culture to open up new horizons in learning for youth and people by giving money to support this time, it was honored by Pol Gen Asawin Kwanmuang, Governor of Bangkok, witness the acceptance and Mrs. Kobkarn Wattanavrangkun, Chairman of the Bangkok Art and Culture Centre Foundation as a recipient at Amornphiman Room, Bangkok Metropolitan Administrator (Sao Chingcha)
Leading companies participated as follows: 1. Thai Beverage Public Company Limited 2. Central Group Company Limited 3. TTW Public Company Limited 4. Plan B Media Public Company Limited 5. Sakulmetta Family and 6. Naihua Group Co., Ltd.
For the construction of the Bangkok Art and Culture Center, the Bangkok Metropolitan Administration recognizes the importance of art and culture by focusing on building knowledge and understanding of children, youth and people in society to realize the value of art and culture Construction began in 2005 on the land of Bangkok at the intersection of Pathumwan. It was completed and opened for use in 2008. The 9-storey building and 2 basement floors have a total usable area of 25,000 square meters for various activities such as a multi-section exhibition room. The area of the public library art lab 300-seat multipurpose room, shops, as well as a 222-seat cinema-theater. In the past, there have been activities at the Bangkok Art and Culture Centre, which has continually organized activities related to arts and culture. where everyone can come together to participate in a variety of arts activities such as rotating exhibitions, music, poetry, drama, film, dialogue and literature, opening up new horizons for learning. This leads to intellectual prosperity, mental health and the development of learning potential in other areas.