The STEM in My Life photography exhibition in Phnom Penh is a dynamic showcase of images taken by children from underserved regions of Cambodia.
In Preah Suramarit Kosomak Kirirom National Park, a monumental religious statue project is underway, where skilled sculptors are meticulously crafting natural rock into both Hindu-style and Buddhist statues.
After the success of last year’s ASEAN Village event, the Youth Assembly is excited to celebrate the rich tapestry of Khmer culture with the inauguration of the Culture Festival, scheduled for October 28 and 29 at Phnom Penh’s F3 (Friends Futures Factory).
Battambang, a city renowned for its artistic achievements and architectural marvels, is playing host to an open-air contemporary art exhibition titled “Battambang Imagined: The Art of Building Tomorrow”.
Artistic creation commonly involves traditional tools like pens, pencils or brushes. However, a local craftsman utilises a pyrography pen, an electric device derived from a soldering iron.
The Ministry of Culture and Fine Arts has initiated a training course on lacquer artistry for children living in proximity to Svay Andet pagoda in Kandal province.
In Siem Reap town and province, soft orange-yellow lights reminiscent of Cambodia’s national Rumduol flowers gently illuminate the intricacies of “Siem Reap Angkor Leather Carving”.
In an exceptional partnership between 16Albermarle Project Space and Sa Sa Art Projects, contemporary Cambodian artists are their explorations of the nation’s history and the evolving socio-political landscape at a new exhibition in Sydney, Australia.
As the Pchum Ben festival concluded, Seab Phanith reflected on her experiences during the celebration.
A man made an unconventional choice, leaving behind his master’s degree in business administration to pursue a different path.