This exhibit will share aspects of Thai classical and folk performing arts, including nang talung (shadow puppetry), khon (masked dance), and nora (village theatre) and will explore changes in these intangible cultural heritage genres resulting from Buddhist-Muslim conflicts in the South as a response to contemporary life and political disagreements. The use of the arts within traditional culture was strong, how do these arts respond to a modernizing world? Curated by professor Kathy Foley.
Free and open to the public.
Tuesday–Saturday, 12 to 5pm and Wednesdays until 8pm
Parking permit required in Porter College lot.