What to expect and where to get your creative fix this Jun 26 when galleries will stay open from 5pm till late. Food and drinks will be available at some participating venues. Here is the full lineup (pack an umbrella).

Zone 1


Just opened on Jun 20, Rice is Life by Burmese artist Aung Kyaw Htet takes the audience through the process of rice plantation through to harvest, and depicts how it relates to religious and non-religious contexts in Myanmar.
Opening hours: 5pm-7pm
Through Jul 18. 4/F, JTC Jewelry Trade Center, 919/1 Silom Rd. www.thavibu.com


The current exhibition is Song Without Word, featuring a series of abstract artworks by artists from Chulalongkorn University’s Faculty of Fine and Applied Arts, Jirapat Pitpreecha, Kritsana Chaikitwattana and Adivit Ansathammarat.
Opening hours: 6pm-11pm
Through Jun 30. 919/1 Silom Soi 19.


The photography-focused studio presents Paused Dreams, an exhibition by British-Thai photographer Cattleya Jaruthavee that brings to light stories of girls working along the Thai-Laos border.
Opening hours: 6pm-11pm
Through Jun 28. 87 Pan Rd. BTS Surasak

Zone 2


The Southeast Asian contemporary art gallery, situated behind the French Embassy, exhibits works by the young generation of artists from Burma, Vietnam and Thailand. Currently on show is The Pa-O People by Than Kyaw Htay.
Opening hours: 6pm-11pm
1236 Charoenkrung Soi 67. 090-310-0257


The contemporary art jewelry gallery hosts the closing reception for Jorge Manilla’s Impossible to Imagine exhibition. It features his abstract jewelry inspired by flowers, symbolically representing culture, society and religion. Curated by Pisitakun Kuantalaeng.
Opening hours: 6pm-11pm
Through Jun 27. OP Garden, Charoenkrung Soi 36. BTS Saphan Taksin


Thai artist Ploenchan “Mook” Vinyaratn, graduate of London’s Central Saint Martins college, opens her first solo textile exhibition at 6:30pm. Womb: The Art of Fabrics combines mixed media elements, hand-weaving and embroidery techniques, inspired by the ultrasound images and recordings during her pregnancy.
Opening hours: 6:30pm-11pm
Jun 26-Jul 31. OP Garden, Charoenkrung Soi 36. BTS Saphan Taksin

Zone 3


Currently on show is Intimate Politik, a collaborative, multimedia exhibition by Eyedropper Fill, Ian Infant III, Kamolros Wonguthum, Tammarat Kittiwatanokun and Wichaya Artamat, as inspired by Chus Martinez’s essay Octopus in Love. There will be a special artist/curator’s talk on the night.
Opening hours: 7pm-11pm
Through Jul 5. 672/50-52 Charoenkrung Soi 28. MRT Hua Lamphong


This is possibly the coolest art initiative in town, hosting art installations on four privately owned ferries operating on the Chao Phraya River. Opening on the night is Iranian artist Payam Mofidi’s video installation, titled Cohesive Disorder, which features three animated pictures and sketches of hands and napkins
Opening hours: 8pm-11pm
Jun 26-Sep 30. Ferry crossing between River City Pier and The Jam Factory Pier


If you missed the opening night, here’s an excuse to see the ongoing group exhibition Shibukaru Matsuri goes to Bangkok, which originated from Tokyo and features 2-3 dimensional illustrations, installations and fashion designs by 10 young female designers from Japan, and seven from Thailand, selected by Practical Design Studio.
Opening hours: 9pm-11pm
Through Jun 28. 41/1-2 Charoennakorn Rd.


Colors for Nepal is a two-day charity exhibition that puts over 100 street artworks by over 30 contributing artists up for sale, with 20 percent of all earnings going towards the Nepalese relief effort. Featured artists include Abi Street Art, Alex Face, Asin, Diamond One, Stev Bonhage, Kidkyan, Toska Vosd, TRK and Warhead.
Opening hours: 7pm-11pm
Jun 26-27. Soi Nana 17, Charoenkrung Rd. MRT Hua Lamphong


The gallery/art space holds an exclusive exhibition preview of Transformation. It features the emotive artwork of local artists Wal Chirachaisakul, who uses mezzotint print-making techniques, Pete Tunvichren, who created artwork inspired by human forms, flowers and insects, and Patdanu Tameekul, who paints oil on canvas.
Opening hours: 7pm-midnight
Through Jul 22. Charoenkrung Soi 51. BTS Saphan Taksin


A pop-up photography exhibition by Best Wichaya Artamat, and curated by Nana Dakin under the title "Have you seen me lately?" The event will take place downstairs. The audience are encouraged take any photos they like, with a donation box provided at the bar. Their next installation exhibition, Dialogue in the Basement, will open on the next day. 
Opening hours: 6pm-midnight
41 Charoenrat Soi 1. BTS Surasak