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Aug. 10, 2018
The 1st CMCCFA International Conference in Chiang Mai

Ths 1st CMCCFA International Conference

with CICS of Chonbuk National University in the City of Jeonju


13 - 17 August, 2018

At Chiang Mai University


The Chiang Mai Provincial Administrative Organization, in collaboration with the Faculty of Fine Arts Chiang Mai University, has lead the campaign to promote local crafts and folk art as part of the UNESCO Creative Cities Network, Crafts and folk art of Chiang Mai have focused on participatory and collaborative activities between local communities and younger generations, including the development and submission of official membership application documents for the UNESCO Creative Cities Network On October 31, 2017, included among 64 cities from 44 countries within 7 creative fields, Chiang Mai was established as a member of the UNESCO Creative Cities Network in the field of Crafts & Folk Art. Since then, Chiang Mai has continued to develop plans and strategies in co-ordination with the next generation of local artisans and members of ethnic groups, to support and strengthen the local handicrafts and folk art industries. The project also aims to raise awareness and to seek integration with many organizations from public and private sectors as well as engage with international organization.


On behalf of the Chiang Mai Creative City of Crafts and Folk Art, I am pleased to invite you to participate in The 1st CMCCFA International Conference with CICS of Chonbuk National University in the City of Jeonju between August 13 - 17, 2018 at Chiang Mai University. The event is organized by Chiang Mai reative City of Cratfs and Folk Art, which has been tasked by the Thailand Creative City Focal Point, within the National Commission for UNESCO, along with Chinag Mai Provincial Administrative Organization, Chinag Mai Provincial Municipality and Chiang Mai University



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