Phuket, Thailand, November 30, 2011 --(PR.com
)-- An art festival is a special event. The Think Design Art Festival is ready to kick off on December 27 as a four day spectacular event promoting all genres of artists. Painters, sculptors, dancers, fire art, illusionists, musicians, fashion shows etc. will all be participating in this four day cultural festival.
No more sea sand and hangover as the totality of the Phuket vacation. Once people realize that Phuket has much more to offer, the richness of a vacation to our island in paradise will grow in leaps and bounds.
At the Think Design Art Festival over 200 artists will exhibit. Painting, sculpture, performance art, video art, music, spoken word and many other special events. Painting and video inside the Convention Center while music, sculpture and others on the boardwalk. A portion of the proceeds will benefit two Phuket charities, Phuket Has Been Good To Us Foundation and Soi Dog Foundation.
Help Think Design Magazine with the mission of making Phuket a true cultural destination.
Over time, artists and associations from other fields of art have realized the power of festivals in promoting their respective art forms and the culture of a specific area. We are no different, and as Phuket needs cultural exposure, Think Design Magazine will make sure art lovers flock to this event to admire paintings, drawings, sculpture, video and other displays of artistic expression. Art festivals play an important part in the way new art gets introduced to the world and this is the chance that many Thai artists have been waiting for. In addition to paintings, sculptures and other visual arts presentations, the festival will offer interactive art related activities, live musical performances and street performers. The limit and scope of the festival is only limited by the scope of our imaginations. One of the most famous art festivals in the world is the Edinburgh Art Festival, which runs for a full month every year from August to September. It has helped Edinburgh tremendously in becoming more art-centric over the years.