Invitation to the exhibition "Kwan Khao" by Saitip Majewska

It is with great pleasure that we invite you to the exhibition of Saitip Majewska works at the Gallery of the Faculty of Arts at UMCS!

Saitip Majewska

Born in 1985 in Nakhon Si Thammarat, Thailand. In 2013, she moved to Poland and currently lives in Krakow. In 2009, she graduated in sculpture from the Faculty of Fine Arts of the University of Chiang Mai, Thailand. In 2020, Saitip completed her Master's Degree in Graphics at the Academy of Fine Arts in Krakow. Her works are related to life, anatomy, mothers, women, man and nature. There are flowers, plants and animals in her works, Saitip Majewska uses as symbols to the symbiosis between human and animal life. Inspirations from these fields create art forms in various forms, such as ceramics, drawing, painting, graphics, sculptures and installations.

About the exhibition

"Kwan Khao" is a Thai rice ritual whose name means "rice mascot". Kwan Khao is usually performed before the appearance of the rice grains. This is an old traditional ritual that farmers who own rice fields do each time the plants start to produce rice from the ears of grain. It is widely believed among farmers that celebrating this special ceremony will make cultivation easy and result in a bountiful harvest. The farmers are praying, and I am asking the mother of rice, Mae Phosop, for good and healthy products. It is also an expression of gratitude to Mae Phosop, the Goddess of Rice, who helped people live to this day. The ritual is also a great way to build good morale for farmers and their families by encouraging them to work hard.


13th May 2021, at 18:00

Gallery of the Faculty of Arts at UMCS in Lublin

ul. Zana 11


    Monika Kusiej
    Date of addition
    4 May 2021

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