What makes it more special is that ‘Arts4Peace’ is organising to mark the 40th year after the fall of the Khmer Rouge, together with the 20th anniversary of Cambodian Living Arts.
Cambodian women have been a popular subject adorning the canvas of artists, some big names of whom include George Groslier, Alfred Finot and Nhek Dim, thanks to their beauty, clothing and accessories.
Anith Adilah Othman speaks with Sokim Keat, a young Khmer who teaches Cambodian traditional instruments to the youths, out of fear that someday his beloved culture will be forgotten.
American music group Harpeth Rising teamed up with local female artists for an awe-inspiring concert ahead of International Women’s Day celebrations. Som Kanika was at the all-female music event as the performers served up inspiration and courage.
Three young female members of the American music group Harpeth Rising will tour Cambodia from February 21-27, and with local artists they’ll promote women’s rights in the forefront of the upcoming International Women’s Day (Friday, March 8) celebrations.
FAB, the second annual Folk Art Blues Festival, promises to be a fab trip and a rollicking affair rolling out over 16 days, stopping at five Cambodian cities.
Thousands of Cambodians and foreigners joined Metfone’s 2.5 -km night race on December 22.
I recently had a chance to enjoy the 1930 elegance of The Bodleian – a high end whiskey bar in the heart of Phnom Penh BKK 1 – reopening for their first anniversary after a devastating fire that happened last May.
Inside the Templation in Siem Reap, more than a dozen abstract and non-abstract paintings and one sculpture from artists Chhan Dina and Yamada Takakazu stole the spotlight early this week.
Robots can do many of the jobs previously performed by humans, but could they ever replace artists?
“Open your I” takes its audience to an artistic journey of the often disregarded beauty and meaning of the daily life in Cambodia.
Preah Sisowath Quay and the narrow streets near it are a home to dozens of bars and restaurants that cater to both locals and foreigners who want to end the day on a good note.
The inauguration of Sanloek Tes Art Gallery on June 27 was presided over by Her Excellency Koy Pisey, Deputy Chief of Permanent Secretariat of the National Authority in Charge of Border Affairs.
All we need to do is to conform to the norms, to go by the rules set upon us, and to see the world in accordance to its pre-set value.
Art, in all its forms, is and forever will be a huge and important part of the society. In Cambodia alone, despite the fact that contemporary artists are still trying to climb up the ladder of the industry, the art scene is a picture of pride and hope.
Artists and journalists vowed to continue fighting for free speech, despite a wave of violence targeting critical voices.
A Sovan Macha dance, the tale of a mermaid menaced by an evil monkey character, was staged after Buddhist monks blessed the centre.
From beetroots carved into roses to fruity floats made from papayas and melons, the most important fruit carving competition in Thailand takes place in Bangkok.