The Southeast Asian Ceramics Museum (SEACM)
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Operating day: Tuesday - Sunday
Operating time: 09.00 - 16.00
The Southeast Asian Ceramics Museum (SEACM) was established in 2002 to commemorate the 40th anniversary of Bangkok University. The museum, which houses more than 2,000 ancient and valuable ceramics donated by Mr. Surat Osathanugrah, the founder of Bangkok University, aims to instill an appreciation for ceramics in students, art lovers and art enthusiasts alike. It will also be a center for research and training on all aspects of historical ceramics.
The museum is responsible for housing and preserving valuable collections of ancient ceramics, most of them made in Thailand or imported into Thailand in ancient times; collating data and information related to ceramic wares and potteries; identifying the various types of ceramics according to their origins and characteristics; documenting and safeguarding the collections; exhibiting the collections; organizing educational activities; and providing ancillary museum services and any other activities that will contribute to the uniqueness of the museum.
The Southeast Asian Ceramics Museum Newsletter makes news from the museum and from regional sources available to ceramics enthusiasts.
How to get to SEACM
Public transportation: The following public transport is available:
- Regular bus Nos. 29, 39
- Rangist-Pratunam Phra In bus
- Air-con bus Nos. 29, 39, 510
- Air-con van (Victory Monument-BU Rangsit Campus)
Private transportation: Convenient and spacious parking is available at Parking lot No. 5, Bangkok University
Hours: Tuesday-Saturday, 9 a.m. - 4 p.m. Closed on Sunday and Monday
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