Charity Activities


Pirica Art Centre aims to create a suitable environment and support for Myanmar artistic talent to develop their skills and visions. For this purpose, we plan and implement programs to support and nuture Myanmar art students, amatures and up-and-coming painters. We also make humble contribution for Myanmar needy children and communities from our donation paintings and a part of sales.  

 “World Art History for Myanmar Artists” by Crowdfunding

Pirica Art Centre supported to publish the first art history textbook in Myanmar language drafted by the artist/ art teacher Kyaw Thu Rain. Since 1968, when the book about world and local artist biography called “A Dictionary of Art and Artists (Burmese)" was published, there has been no particular book about art history in Myanmar language. For this project from 19 November to 18 December 2014, total fund SGD 5120 was raised from a number of supporters from Myanmar, Singapore, Japan, USA and France through one of the most established crowdfunding platform, Pozible. 1000 copy of “History of Art” was published in February 2015. The book is offered as a free learning material for the art students and teachers in two State High School of Fine Art and two National University of Art and Culture in Yangon and Mandalay.

For more detail please find at

Video Clip of “World Art History for Myanmar Artists” 


A Cover of “History of Art” 


Art Students received “History of Art” at first time 


“Art Student Support Program” with GVAC Foundation

Pirica Art Centre is working closely with Golden Valley Art Centre Foundation (a.k.a. GVAC Foundation), which was funded in 2013 by the volunteer artists from Golden Valley Art Centre, one of the most established and long-run fine art galleries since 1987 in Yangon, Myanmar. 

The Art Student Support Program is initiated by GVAC Foundation and supported by Pirica Art Centre since December 2013. All the profits raised through the annual charity art shows will be utilized to support  Myanmar art students. As of 2014, total about 80 art students of the State School of Fine Art in Yangon and Mandalay are covered by the program, through which they are eligible to receive monthly stipend. Outdoor painting trips have annualy organized under the program since 2013.  


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