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Art for society's sake

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Five politically-minded creatives reflect on the role of art in Thai politics and the recent amnesty bill protests 

The anti-amnesty bill graffiti at Silpakorn University is an example of how artists respond to national politics.

Theatre director who staged a performance protest at Pheu Thai Party's headquarters earlier this month

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