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History

Office of Arts and Culture Surindra Rajabhat University

History and Development

Surin Teacher College was established on September 29, 1973 under the Department of Teacher Training. Ministry of Education There is an agency responsible for promoting arts and culture on behalf of the Religious and Cultural Support Unit as part of student affairs. Later, the Teacher College Act (No. 2), B.E. The cultural center operates to preserve arts and culture according to the mission of higher education institutions.

On February 14, 1992, His Majesty King Bhumibol Adulyadej graciously Royally gave a new name from the Teachers College to Rajabhat Institute. According to the Rajabhat Institute Act 1992, the Cultural Center was renamed the Office of Arts and Culture. And when the Surindra Rajabhat Institute was established as Surindra Rajabhat University according to the statute Rajabhat University, 2004 (announced in the Royal Gazette on June 14, 2004), the Office of Arts and Culture has therefore a new name. “The Office of Arts and Culture” is responsible for the maintenance, study, research in arts, culture and the environment. for conservation, development, promotion, continuation, dissemination and instilling awareness among students The faculty and the community realize and appreciate the value of cultural heritage as well as the natural environment and local arts. The Office of Arts and Culture has continued to carry out its missions vigorously. Until it is accepted both in universities and outside agencies. Able to proudly present his work at local, national and international levels

Executives of the Office of Arts and Culture from the past to the present

1. Mr. Sumeth Supasai                       A.D. 1976 – 1979
2. Mrs. Somchit Puangbut                A.D. 1980 – 1983
3. Mrs. Supannee Lueboonchu        A.D. 1984 – 1987
4. Mrs. Phanit competed                   A.D. 1988 – 1991
5. Dr. Atchara Panurat                       A.D. 1992 – 1994
6. Mr. Isaraporn Chanthong             A.D. 1995 – 1998
7. Asst. Prof. Wilasinee Srinukroh   A.D. 1999 – 2001
8. Mrs. Kobkaew Tantiwat                A.D. 2002 – 2004
9. Mr. Sudchai Saudying                   A.D. 2005 – 2007
10. Mrs. Acharaporn Sukthong        A.D. 2007 – 2011
11. Asst. Prof. Chalong Sukthong     A.D. 2011 – 2013
12. Mrs. Acharaporn Sukthong        A.D. 2014 – 2017
13. Ajarn Ratchada Thanusilp          A.D. 2017 – 2021
14. Asst. Prof. Dr. Peerawat Intawee  A.D. 2022 – Present

Video: Surindra Rajabhat University

Surin Rajabhat University (Surin Rajabhat Institute, Surin Teachers College) was established on September 29, 1973 under the Department of Teacher Training. Ministry of Education Later, His Majesty King Bhumibol Adulyadej His Majesty the King graciously bestowed the name “Rajabhat Institute” on 36 teachers’ colleges across the country on February 14, 1992 and established it as Surin Rajabhat Institute. instead of Surin Teachers College According to the Rajabhat Institute Act 1995 from 25 January 1995 and has been raised as a university Surin Rajabhat Yalai According to the Rajabhat University Act 2004 from 15 June 2004

Office of the Arts and Culture Center Located at building 38 or the building of the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, while building 13 is the current cultural hall or fabric museum built in 1983. It was originally the location of the Surin Provincial Cultural Center and Surin Teacher College Cultural Center. At present, it has been developed to be a learning center about local weaving and ancient fabrics. and the Inthanin Art Gallery. Currently, the Office of the Arts and Culture has moved to the 1st floor of Building 38.

Location

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อาคาร 38 มหาวิทยาลัยราชภัฏสุรินทร์

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