Aung Myat Htay, MMR, 2018
The connection of old wooden boards with outworn plastic rope can become an instrument for the public, the community.
Aung Myat Htay
ACC grantee Artist and independent curator Aung Myat Htay was practicing bronze sculpture assisted his father since he was young. Start art education at the state-run Fine Art school and, graduated in BFA at the University of Art & Culture in Yangon. Research and further learning by international residencies in the US, Europe, and Asia. Working as an art lecturer and he explores the potential in freedom of expression found in contemporary art. He expresses social messages with combines a contemporary senses in traditional forms. He is a founder of SOCA alternative art learning program and also known as writer and curator in Myanmar art community. Source: https://www.aungmyathtay.com/bio
Aung Myat Htay
Studies: BFA at the University of Art & Culture in Yangon
Status: Artist & Independent Curator
Live/work: Yangon, Myanmar
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