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Cambodia Urban Art Goes to REP

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Phare Performing Arts School students in a circus show at Exchange Square. Roman Deroubaix

Cambodia Urban Art went to the city of arts and culture for the first time in Siem Reap. There, kids got to create a giant chalk design on the ground and painted columns of buildings. The team of artists from Thailand, Taiwan, Poland, France and India painted murals around the town. This venture was made possible by the invitation and support of trusted partners Alliance Française, Khéma Angkor, Grasshopper Adventures (Asia’s best bike tours) and Vespa Adventures.

According to organizer Laetitia Troussel, this 5th edition had new features in its line up like the involvement of 13 students from the Phare Performing Arts School who trained in circus and music with the group, performed in venues like the Exchange Square and interacted with communities like the Wat Botum Park community village.

Vespa Adventures, waiting for the audience to jump on and tour the city. Roman Deroubaix
Artists at the Wat Botum Park community village. Roman Deroubaix


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