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MUIC Students’ Thesis Projects Selected for Bangkok Design Week 2020

MUIC Students’ Thesis Projects Selected for Bangkok Design Week 2020
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MUIC Students’ Thesis Projects Selected for Bangkok Design Week 2020

Two thesis projects by students from the Communication Design Program of Mahidol University International College (MUIC) were selected for exhibition during Bangkok Design Week 2020 to be held on February 1-9, 2020 at the Grand Central Post Office Building on Charoen Krung Road in Bangkok.

Ms. Karntida Pitimana-Aree’s project entitled “Tumorrow” entails beautifully rendered illustrations of tumor cells to show a different way of looking at cancer in the hope of addressing the fear associated with this disease.

The other project, “Swing Notation” by Mr. Chisanupong Tanateerasawat, involves a dancical notation system designed to record swing dance movements. This year’s theme is “Resilience: New Potential for Living.”

The students’ entries were selected from hundreds of applicants.

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