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May 19th, 2015

A Textile Event with the National Museum Volunteers

A Textile Event with the National Museum Volunteers0

Tuesday, 19th May 2915   National Museum Volunteers Society

At Homes with Khun Udom Rientrakul “Phu Thai Textiles across the Mekong”



Khun Udom Rientrakul, the owner of Maya, a textile store, has been an avid textile collector for more than two decades.  His extensive collection has a wide range of Southeast Asian textiles from various ethnicities.

One group of textiles that Khun Udom is passionate about is the Phu Tai textiles.  They are found on both sides of the Mekong River in Laos and Thailand.  He will explain about the stories of Phu Thai people which are shown on these beautiful textiles.  The details on each piece provide interesting tales about Phu Thai lifestyle, history, and beliefs in different periods and evolutions from each side of the river banks.

Among these Phu Thai textiles is Phrae Waa, which is considered the “Queen of Thai silk.”  Phrae Waa textiles are very intricate and requirea high level of weaving skills. 

Please Note: This is a courtesy announcement from the Thai Textile Society - The Thai Textile Society is a non-profit organization dedicated to the study and appreciation of textiles, with particular emphasis on the textiles of Thailand and Southeast Asia



Tuesday 19th May 2015


10:30 a.m.
Registration will start at 10 a.m.


Central Bangkok Area


200 baht for NMV members and 400 baht for non-members