WE ARE HIRING
Program Coordinator, Knowledge, Networks and Policy
The Program Coordinator is responsible for supporting and managing projects and activities of CLA’s Knowledge, Networks & Policy program, a program that works toward capacity building and professional networking for cultural leaders in Cambodia with a strong focus in the Mekong region. These include Living Arts Fellows, Arts for Transformation project, workshops, trainings, conferences, festivals, and grants. Activities happen in Cambodia, also internationally. The Program Coordinator will take an active role in communications and outreach for KNP program.
We organize Storytelling Workshop from 17-22 February 2020 in collaboration with EX-THEATRE ASIA/EX-亞洲劇團 focusing more on the technical aspect of structuring a story historical, contemporary or imaginary for a stage performance. We offer 8 places! The application is open until 2 February 2020 at 5.30pm. For more details, please CLICK here.
A Requiem for Cambodia
Bangsokol: A Requiem for Cambodia is an extraordinary new composition fusing music, voice, movement, and film. It is the first major symphonic work to address the traumas of the late 1970s in Cambodia, blending elements of Cambodian traditional music with the Western requiem and bangsokol, a ceremony accompanying Buddhist funeral rites. It tells a universal and urgent story; the story of a society confronting moral devastation and reclaiming its humanity through reconciliation and healing.
Join a Cultural Tour
This year, we are organizing some special tours to Cambodia: A Complete Cambodia tour, a Mekong Arts tour that takes in some cultural highlights of Laos, and a short tour to Phnom Penh to experience the upcoming Arts4peace Festival. Make 2019 the year you visit us!
REPfest is a festival of new traditional music from around Asia and the Mekong region. The first edition was in September 2017, and the second edition of REPfest will take place in Siem Reap, 2-8 September 2019. We will bring artists from around the Mekong region, as well as Japan and Taiwan, to our Heritage Hub in Siem Reap, for a week of exchange, sharing, and public performances.
ARN CHORN-POND LIVING ARTS SCHOLARSHIP
The Arn Chorn-Pond Living Arts Scholarship helps talented people to pursue careers in the arts. It’s open to students, artists, arts teachers, and others working in arts and culture, and includes a bursary to support studies, participation in a personal and professional development program, and networking opportunities. Applications for the 2020 scholarship are open until 31 May!
WE ARE HIRING
Finance and Operations Manager
LAI is recruiting a new position of Finance & Operations Manager in order to strengthen our Finance & Operations department. After several years of organic
growth, including adding a new office in Taipei for Mekong Cultural Hub, and at the start of a new five year plan which will see us expand our program to new
countries, it is an important moment to review and improve our internal controls, and to ensure compliance in all the countries where we are operating.
WE ARE HIRING
Cambodian Living Arts Grant Manager
The Grants Manager will be responsible for launching these new grants, and working closely with the grantees. They will also work with other members of the CLA team to standardise processes and procedures across our different grant-making activities e.g. creating consistent guidelines and timelines around promotion, selection, announcement, support and reporting. …
Call for Proposals:
Consultant to prepare six informal arts groups/associations to apply for Organisational Resilience grants
The Consultant shall work with CLA to determine the criteria for selecting groups to be invited to apply for the Organisational Resilience grants and to clarify the expectation/commitment of the organisations during the proposal development stage.
The Consultant may work with CLA and its Advisors to invite organisations to take part in the proposal development stage…