Mango Art Festival at Lhong 1919 April 2021 — What to Expect

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Thailand is rich with beautiful artists and artistry, and we have been for centuries. From classic to contemporary art styles, Mango Art Festival is a new event that was created to bring them all together in one place. Mango Art Festival is designed to showcase work from Thailand’s most talented artists and was carefully curated to bring the best of the best from around the globe to this one-of-a-kind festival, and it strives to showcase the multitude of creativity expressed through art in the heart of our beloved Big Mango.


3–6 April 2021

@ Lhong 1919 | 248 Chiang Mai Rd, Khlong San, Bangkok 10600, Thailand

This event was originally scheduled for mid-February (11–14), but due to the recent update regarding COVID-19, the Mango Art Festival team made the decision to push the festival back for the safety and well-being of festival attendees.

The festival’s aim is to give opportunities for the public, whether they are lovers of art or not, to learn, inspire, or be inspired by the artists of Thailand. Diversity is an essential concept at this festival, and the festival curators have worked extremely hard to push this vision into the festival. From visual arts to product design, architecture design, performance art, music, and so much more, Mango Art Festival will be an event like no other.

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