Born and raised in Seattle, American artist Lauren Iida has been living in the Kingdom off and on for the past 13 years and making significant contributions to Cambodia’s contemporary arts scene, which includes founding the artist’s collective Open Studio Cambodia
Phare Ponleu Selpak Cambodian Circus have announced the return of the Tini Tinou Circus Festival later this year after they had to cancel it when it was last scheduled to take place in 2020.
As most people are aware, the Kingdom has very strict laws on the depiction of nudity when it’s done for prurient reasons, such as making pornography.
Sitting under a soft light, a woman on a mobile phone screen holds a bunch of phony dollar bills as she confidently shout at both nobody and everybody at once about a skin-whitening lotion she’s trying to sell to her livestream viewers.
Wordsby2 – an iOS mobile game app by the education and technology company Apptessence – gives you a chance to enjoy yourself while helping others by supporting NGOs doing important work while vying for cash prizes.
James Speck – an award winning animator and designer who has worked on Hollywood films in the past – is bringing real-time motion capture to Cambodia in a unique format in collaboration with local dental and health professionals.
When Covid-19 took away her job as a gardener at a Phnom Penh hotel at the end of 2020, Om Sang or Auntie Sang found herself with too much time on her hands.
Founded in 2012 by Japanese entrepreneur Yusuke Asano, SuiJoh is a modern shop that designs high-quality custom apparel and accessories which are handmade by Cambodian tailors.
Takashi Murakami is known for blending pop art and Asian fine arts, but for his latest exhibition in New York, he is moving into the metaverse.
The National Museum of Singapore (NMS) – in collaboration with the Maybank Foundation – is holding an open call for artists to submit videos exploring the theme of intangible cultural heritage.