Welcome to the Chiang Mai Project.

In 2007 a theater group made up of actors from all over North America traveled to Chiang Mai, Thailand.  They collaborated with local Thai actors to put on a full production of the play A Gap in Generations.  More than just a cultural exchange, all proceeds from the performance went to aiding two charities that the director, Sherie Guilliat, had become deeply involved with.  These were the Vieng Ping Children’s home in Mae Rim, Thailand and the Friends of the Asian Elephant Hospital in Lampang, Thailand.

Through this site and a recently completed film about the project, we are continuing to develop awareness and raise money to help these worthy causes.

Check in for updated news and information about the charities we support. You can always e-mail us as well.

 

Thai actor "Sun" with director, Sherie Guilliat.

Some of the cast from "A Gap in Generations".

The documentary film, “The Chiang Mai Project” will be shown as part of “The Arts Exchange” – a recurring performing and visual arts program for emigrant artists. In addition to the film, there will be performances, literary readings, and art from Portugal, Iran, Korea, Germany, Kenya, Indonesia, Taiwan, Bosnia, Russia and Pakistan.

Date: Sunday, December 11th, 2011 4:30PM
Location: Dr. Martin Luther King Library (Rooms 225 & 229)
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FREE FILM screening of  “The Chiang Mai Project” will be shown in Portland:
Sunday, May, 24, 7:00 p.m. at The Lotus Seed Ashram. 4635 NE 9th Ave. and Tuesday May 26, 7:00 p.m. at Zaytoon, 2236 NE Alberta St.

The film follows a group of actors, musicians and artists who traveled to Chiang Mai, Thailand to participate in a cross-cultural, theatrical benefit performance for The Vieng Ping Children’s Home… Continue reading

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