PROGRAM: Knowledge, Networks, and Policy
AIMED AT: Artists, students, academics, arts managers, researchers, supporters, and more.
As part of CLA’s Knowledge, Networks & Policy Program, we organize conferences in Cambodia, as a way of exchanging and developing knowledge, skills and experience in key areas. So far our 2017 program has included:
In 2016, our program included:
Over 100 arts managers, cultural leaders, cultural researchers, and policymakers from 20 countries spent three days in Phnom Penh exploring ‘Vitality and Viability: Arts Ecosystems in Asia’
50 people from 22 countries working in the fields of cultural renewal and development, youth resilience, and social innovation came together in Phnom Penh to discuss the role of arts in peace building.
In partnership with Phare Performing Social Enterprise, we organised a conference as part of the Tini Tinou Circus Festival. The theme was sustainability in the performing arts, and the participants were mainly young artists and students. This program was funded by the European Union ‘Culture as a Vector for Democracy & Economic Growth’ and UNESCO International Fund for Cultural Diversity.
A two-day session in Siem Reap in which 28 people from 19 arts troupes and organizations discussed strategies to strengthen and develop Cambodian puppetry as an art form. Download the report here.