Cluster abridged


 Cultural Ecologies of Performance: Creativity, Research and Innovation is a research project whose goal is to create “space and new meaning” to dramatic arts education in Chulalongkorn University, connecting performance artists and academics in various levels, crossing branches, arts, media, and work for social well-being.

The idea, concept and research topic include creating Cultural Ecologies of Performance which focuses on the idea of performance being a part of life as much as the environment that surrounds us. Thus, art has no classes. Art serves as a tool to communicate, to create work that sparks knowledge and acknowledgement, inspiring pleasantness and wisdom. Everyone is a part of performance’s creative process. This idea coincides with crossing arts, media, cultures and emphasizing the communities’ knowledge exchange.

The project’s activities include the dialogue on Performance for Life and the synthesis of the body of knowledge on organizing festivals as research report, as research article (Thai-English), academic journal, collection of online articles and documentary on ‘Cultural Ecologies of Performance.’


Department of Dramatic Arts, Faculty of Arts, Chulalongkorn University.

  1. Professor Pornrat Damrhung
  2. Assistant Professor Dr. Parida Manomaiphibul
  3. Assistant Professor Dangkamol na Pombejara
  4. Assistant Professor Bhanbhassa Dhubthien
  5. Patsupang Kongbumrung
  6. Premmarin Milindasuta

Dance, Faculty of Fine and Applied Arts, Chulalongkorn University.

Associate Professor Dr. Anukoon Rotjanasuksomboon

Department of Speech Communication and Performing Arts, Faculty of Communication Arts, Chulalongkorn University.

Assistant Professor Dr. Sukanya Sompiboon


(TH) บทคัดย่อ

  • (TH) การใช้พื้นที่ในละครของ แอนตัน เชคอฟ (Anton Chekhov) กรณีศึกษา: ละครเรื่อง The Proposal และ The Bear
  • (TH) การแปลบทละครเวที เรื่อง The Bear และ The Proposal ของ Anton Chekhov เพื่อจัดแสดงสำหรับผู้ชมชาวไทย
  • (TH) โครงการ นิเวศวัฒนธรรมด้านการแสดง: สร้างสรรค์ วิจัย และนวัตกรรม (Cultural Ecologies of Performance: Creativity, Research and Innovation)