A "Wonderfruit camp", an all-you-can-eat pizza brunch, a blues dance night, a whole host of markets, and an arts and crafts fair.
MOCA’s collaboration with Nova Contemporary showcases ten video works by artist Kawita Vatanajyankur. Vatanajyankur’s ten video works, which were created between 2013-2020, are based on the close observation of activities related to domestic labor, reflecting the physical pain and mundanity of everyday tasks.
Through Oct 18, 10am-6pm. Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA), 499 Kamphaeng Phet 6 Rd.
Pop Me Up Exhibition features fun, creative and colorful creations under the concept of pop culture by ten modern artists, namely Yuree Kensaku, Maythee Noijinda, Jitsing Somboon, Vasan Sitthiket, Lampu Kansanoh, Wutigorn Kongka, Sutee Kunavichayanont, P7, Youenmo Koo, and Line Censor.
Through Oct 11. JWD Art Space, 2/F, 188/72 Chulalongkorn Soi 16. 02-710-4060
Improvibration is the latest abstract painting exhibition by Sitthidham Rohitasuk. The artist brings together two words: improvisation and vibration. Rohitasuk uses the meaning of “improvisation” as a method for the coloring of his abstract paintings. While the word “vibration” represents the sensation that happens during and after the creation of the work of art, according to the artist.
Through Oct 4, 8am-8pm. Palette Artspace, 1057 Sukhumvit 55 Rd. 064-587-6788. Free entry
This is your chance to satisfy all your pizza cravings at this weekly pizza brunch, courtesy of Soho Pizza. Here, you can try all of Soho’s pizza flavors by the slice, along with fresh pasta, gooey brownies, and loads more. Entry is B499 for an all-you-can-eat pizza extravaganza.
Oct 4. 12-3pm. Cantina Pizzeria & Italian Kitchen, Eleven Bangkok, 26/3 Sukhumvit 11 Rd., B499 (All you can eat), B699 (All you can drink), B999 (All you can eat and drink), 02-821-5811
Hosted at Brownstone Studio, this event will please the ears for fans of ska, reggae, funk music, and beach sounds, coupled with the Thai ska band Dirty Magic's EP launch. Drinks include craft beers from Beervana, tropical whiskey pours by Jameson. Show your love for Hawaiian shirts, and you’ll get an entry discount!
Oct 3, 6pm-2am. Brownstone Studio, 1395 Sukhumvit Soi 77 Rd. B300 (Door). 085-483-7675
Celebrating De Commune's reopening, expect to vibe to some thumping Drum'n'Bass, featuring Dragon, Azek, DeLorean, and Stuart Nombluez.
Oct 3, 9pm-2am. De Commune, 1/F, Block 1000/215, Liberty Plaza, B200.
This is your chance to jam and dance to blues music for a chilled out Friday night. For newbies of blues dance, there will be an open introduction class from 8-8:30pm. Entry is B400 with a complimentary glass of wine.
Oct 2, 8pm till late. The Hop, 252/8 Silom Rd (Between Silom Soi 18 and 20). B400
Expect crazy themes and wacky ideas with Fuse. Head to Mustache Bangkok, and go all out with performance dancers, interesting safari-themed decorations and of course, rave to EDM music from selected DJs.
Oct 2, 9pm-3am. Mustache Bangkok, 544 5 Ratchadaphisek 7 Rd., 081 844 7080, Free entry until 11pm, afterwards, B400.
Sad about missing Wonderfruit this year? Don't fret! You can still get some of those happy, hippy vibes with the return of so-called “Wonderfruit camp” The Hamlet, an independent bar-camp set-up that appeared at the festival in 2018, at the Asai Chinatown hotel this Oct 3-4.The new boutique hotel will be hosting a jam-packed weekend of exciting workshops, wellness events, special dinners, and electro-Isaan music, reuniting with old friends from Tropic City and teaming up with new friends like Monkey Shoulder Scotch whisky and Err.
The folks behind Bo.lan are back at it again with Grocer Sunday Market. There will also be a special Sunday roast by Joe Sloane and Dylan Jones, along with a plant-based salad workshop by The Courageous Kitchen at 3pm.
Oct 4, 11am-5pm. Bo.lan, 24 Sukhumvit Soi 23. 02-260-2962
Come with your family and friends to relax and discover new local producers and farmers. This market offers you a way to connect and meet the people behind your food. Expect to see some organic produce and prepared foods.
Through Oct 4, 10am-7:30pm. Singha Complex, 1768 Phetchaburi Rd.
Head to Lido Connect through Oct 4 for a market featuring cool arts and crafts from some of Bangkok’s unique arts and crafts shops. Featuring up to 75 booths, there will be film cameras on sale, too, if you’re looking to get on that bandwagon.
Through Oct 4, 11am-8pm. Lido Connect, 256 Rama I Rd.
Head over to EmQuartier for the Creators Fair through Oct 3 for an international and local artisanal market. Expect to see handmade, homemade, innovative goods, as well as healthy & international food, vegan food, fresh vegetables from local communities, artisan coffee stands, natural skincare products, ethical fashion, artisanal decor, creative workshops and much more.
Through Oct 3, 11am-6pm. Helix at the EmQuartier, EmQuartier, 693 695 Sukhumvit Rd.