Museum of Imaging Technology Under the Patronage of Her Royel Highness Princess Galyani Vadhana Krom Luang Naradhiwas Rajanagarindra Bangkok Thailand
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The Museum of Imaging Technology is a nonprofit organization dedicated to the collecting, preservation, study display and educational use of cameras' evolution, photographic accessories, photographic processes, printing and other imaging technology equipment and materials. The Museum is established as a permanent institution so the objects in its care are ensured responsible stewardship.

The Museum of Imaging Technology has been set up with the aim of educating and entertaining the public in all the fascinating aspects of this technology: photography, printing, and the other more modern sides to images making. It offers an ideal environment for members of the public to experience first hand the science and art of photography, printing and the lastest breakthrough in electronic imaging. And it will do so in a way that is easy to understand and entertaining. The public will be able to visit exhibitions, which show not only the equipment and the results of photography but also the process themselves. Working studios and darkrooms will be set up, multivision slide shows run, travelling exhibitions organized and experiments held to demonstrate the principles of light and color behind photography, printing and other imaging process. There will be a library with not only an extensive collection of books, but also portfolios of photographers from around the world and individual study booths for the viewing of videos, slides and laser discs.

The museum will contribute invaluably to public education. It will be particularly beneficial to those people interested in photography, printing and the lastest breakthroughs in imaging technology. Besides, the museum represents a lasting record of the history of photography in Thailand.
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Opening hours:

Monday -Friday.
9.00 - 12.00, 13.30 - 15.00

Closed on national holidays.

Last Update: 25-Jan-2001