On 12 June 2018, the Project on Establishment of Mekong Basin Civilization Museum at MFU held the opening ceremony of the “Landscape of Shan State” project to showcase study results on indigenous wisdom, arts, culture, and ethnic groups in Taunggyi, Shan state in Myanmar from 27 July to 1 August 2017.
Under the Landscape of Shan State project, there were two activities including a travelling exhibition and a museum talk by Head of project, Assist. Prof. Dr. Pollavat Praphattong and lecturer of the School of Law, Dr. Nuttakorn Vititanon.
The exhibition of Landscape of Shan State has displayed the diversity, the aesthetic arts and culture, and the beautiful landscapes of Shan State through the landscape and portraits photography. This exhibition will run until September 2018.
All in all, the exhibition is one of the main activity of the Museum in order to be a centre for a study, research, development, and provide information of arts and culture in the Mekong basin area.