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Womanifesto an international art exchange program, based in Thailand.

Womanifesto is a biannual artist-initiated event focusing on the work of women artists from around the world. It has gained international recognition and developed steadily since the first event in 1995. Through various activities, including art exhibitions, workshops and seminars, Womanifesto develops networks among participating artists and encourages interaction within urban and rural communities.

Womanifesto II held in 1999 in a public park incorporated a larger number of Thai and international women artists, consolidating its foundation and providing another rare opportunity for interaction.

Through various art activities, Womanifesto develops networks among participating artists and builds relationships within urban and village communities.


2008/2009: Artist in Residence program at Boon Bandan Farm, N E Thailand Organised by Varsha Nair, Nitaya Ueareeworakul, Phaptawan Suwannakudt Supported by Office of Contemporary Art, Ministry of Culture, Thailand

2005/2006: No Man's Land web project This project is funded by Heinrich Boell Foundation. Organised by: Varsha Nair and Katherine Olston. Advisor: Keiko Sei

2003: Procreation/Postcreation A publication. Organised by: Preenun Nana and Varsha Nair.

2001: Womanifesto Workshop 2001 Held at Boon Bandarn Farm, Si Saket, Thailand. Organised by Preenun Nana, Varsha Nair, Naomi Urabe and Nitaya Ueareeworakul.

1999: Womanifesto II Held at Saranrom Park, Bangkok. Organised by Nitaya Ueareeworakul, Pantini Chamnianwai and Studio Xang.

1997: Womanifesto I Held at Concrete House and Baan Chao Phraya (Chaiyong Limtongkul Foundation). Organised by Nitaya Ueareeworakul, Acharn Somporn Rodboon, Varsha Nair and Ark Fongsamut.

1995: Tradisexsion Held at Concrete House, Bangkok. Organised by the participating artists and Chumpon Apisuk (Concrete House)


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