• Living Arts in Post-Conflict Contexts
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    Living Arts in Post-Conflict Contexts

    In January 2016, we hosted the first Forum on Living Arts in Post-Conflict Countries. 50 people working in the fields of cultural renewal and development, youth resilience, and social innovation discussed the role of the arts as a unifying and peacebuilding factor. We produced a report of the session, in partnership with Salzburg Global Seminar. […]

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  • Season of Cambodia

    Season of Cambodia

    THE STORY In May 2018, Cambodge, d’hier à aujourd’hui invited audiences to discover Cambodia through its contemporary artistic creations and culture. The festival included shows, screenings, exhibitions, ceremonies, talks, open air festivities, literature and music nights, in 15 different sites throughout Paris and its suburbs, thanks to the exceptional collaboration between 34 partners based in Cambodia, […]

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  • Cultural Season 2020
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    Cultural Season 2020

    The world is changing and so is Cambodia. With these changes and development (globalization, immigration…etc.), some view this as a threat to “Cambodian Identity/Pure Culture”. With this current context, what do we mean by “Cambodian Identity, i.e. to remain the same or to extend the definition to respond to changes with time and space and […]

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  • Arts4Peace Festival
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    Arts4Peace Festival

    The Arts4peace Festival is a celebration of Cambodia’s arts and culture, the value this brings to the country, and above all the people behind the last four decades of artistic and cultural regeneration. Join us in Phnom Penh for the Arts4peace Festival from 14-24 November 2019. The festival celebrates Cambodia’s arts; past, present, and future. […]

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  • Performing Arts Performance Survey
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    Performing Arts Performance Survey

    In 2013/14, we surveyed training and employment needs in the Cambodian performing arts sector, the first survey of its kind in Cambodia. We looked into the fees and work policies of performing arts professionals, on their training needs, and on specific barriers that prevent them from developing their careers. We spoke to over 460 arts […]

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