Jittima Pholsawek


Jittima Pholsawek is an artist, a feature writer, a short story writer, and a poetess. She has devoted herself to several kinds of art such as photography, mixed media and performance art since 1991 and was one of the initiators in “Desire-Tradition”, a women's art project, which later developed into “Women Manifesto International women art festival”.

She was also a founder of the community art project that has been proceeded for 14 years. This project focuses on social, environmental, and cultural issues. Such changes resulting from the giant development projects near the Salween river, the Kong river, the Uraklavoy village, the Ko Lanta Island in the Krabi province, and Dawei (a town in Myanmar) immensely capture her attention.

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