PROGRAM: Arts Development
AIMED AT: People studying or working in the arts sector
The Arn Chorn-Pond Living Arts Scholarship helps talented people to pursue careers in the arts. The program helps students to develop skills in leadership, financial management, and career planning, and provides bursaries to help cover training fees and expenses.
Scholarships are open to arts students and artists who show talent and motivation to increase their expertise – with priority given to applicants from disadvantaged backgrounds.
Around 110 students has been awarded since we started our Arn Chorn Pond Scholarship Program. Last year 10 students was awarded. They applied for scholarship to support their studying both artistic and non-artistic skill. 10 new scholarship students were awarded this year!!!
Following the selection process, new scholarships will be awarded in September 2021. To apply, please download the information sheet and application form the box below and submit to firstname.lastname@example.org Facebook Message En Sormanak
Or get the application from Cambodian Living Arts office in Phnom Penh: #128G9, Sothearos Blvd, Sangkat Tonle Basak, Khan Chamkarmorn
Women, people with disabilities, people from ethnic minority groups and other underrepresented groups or communities are strongly encouraged to apply.
Application opens until 31 May 2021
For further assistance, please contact our team at 010 941 224 or email@example.com from Mon-Fri (8am-5.30pm).
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Tina is studying architecture in 5th year at Royal University of Fine Arts in Phnom Penh. She applies for scholarship to study general English as it will enable her to pursue her PhD abroad. This scholarship will also particularly prepare her to develop leadership skill which is very crucial in the architectural field.
Dara is a freelance writer based in Phnom Penh and applies for scholarship to study animation as his goal is to be a skillful illustrator and animator who is able to compete in local and global market. He will use his writing skill in creating story for animation. He believes that he will be one of driving forces in developing this sector.
Saroeun is an officer at Department of Information, from Jarai community in Ratanakiri province. He is also a songwriter and a singer. He got scholarship to finish his final year in bachelor degree of Management. This opportunity will help him to improve his skill in culture and arts management. More importantly, his vision is to see art sector is widely supported, especially ethnic minorities’ arts and culture.
Thorng is an independent graphic designer, based in Battambang. She got a scholarship to study her bachelor degree in Management to fulfill her dream of being an art director in a Product Creative Company and to have her own creative arts studio. She also plans to have an association to help old people by selling arts work and inspires young generation to understand values of arts and culture.
Sreyleab is a spoken theater artist, based in Battambang. She applies for scholarship to study English and computer. Her vision is to see spoken theater becomes popular and is valued as a meaningful art and uplift better life by educating people in community. To achieve this vision, Sreyleab needs to improve her non-artistic skills in English and computer to practice her works effectively.
Soran is a shadow puppet theater artist, skilled in sculpture, and an art manager. Born in Siem Reap, now he moves to live in Phnom Penh. He experienced in coordinating and leading arts activities such as leading young artists in writing, choreography and organizing shadow puppet theater workshop. He applies for scholarship to study general English to develop his communication, general knowledge, management, research and promotion of arts and culture.
Oudom is a year fourth student at Royal University of Fine Arts in Phnom Penh. He got scholarship to study computer skill in order to enhance his architecture skill as he always commits and aims to be an architect who can carry the legacy and value of Khmer architecture by integrating to be new architecture which still preserve and promote values of arts and culture.
Phyna is an accounting student and an arts coordinator, based in Kampong Thom. While accounting skill helps her to manage effective finance in art group, she applies for scholarship to study general English. So that she can have better communication and able to promote culture and arts with audiences, customers and arts community in a better way.
Sovanna is a classical dancer and working at Department of Performing Arts of The Ministry of Culture and Fine Arts. Sovanna applies for scholarship to study French. Most of the culture and arts documents are written in French, so this scholarship is very supportive to improve her French language in translating and reading, and it will be more convenient for her in researching about Cambodian culture and arts history.
Chhovorn is a painter and wood sculptor, based in Battambang. Although he already becomes an artist, he still see himself need more improvement. That’s why he applies for scholarship to upgrade his painting and sculpture from an experienced artists. This will help him to be a professional artist and contribute to society by showcasting his good messages and values artworks.
KHEM Sok Srey Mean, Painting student
SGNOUN Kavey Sereyroth, Pin student
EL Huyno, Painting student