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By Preeti Gaonkar, Bridget Lee & Winnie Lim
Looking back at the first hybrid version of the ASEM Cultural Festival 2021, Preeti Gaonkar and Bridget Lee from the Asia-Europe Foundation (ASEF), interviewed His Excellency Hab Touch from Ministry of Culture and Fine ...
By Naima Morelli
Art manager Meta Moeng is a soft powerhouse in the Cambodian art world. With the art space Kon Len Khnhom, she is allowing free and inspiring conversations to happen.
By Kerrine Goh
This month, ASEF culture360 initiates a new collaboration with ArtsEquator.com, an online platform that brings together information, articles, events and ideas on the arts from Southeast Asia
By David Fernández
ASEF culture360 contributor David Fernández discusses with Rithisal Kang, Executive Director the origins of Amrita Performing Arts as well as the developments of performing arts in Cambodia.
By Valentina Riccardi
From 13 to 19 October 2016 in Bangkok, Thailand, Asiatopia Performance Conference 2016 gathered over 120 among artists, curators, writers, historians and theorists to discuss and document the development of ...
By Magali An Berthon
Magali An shares the story of an inspiring non-profit organization based in Cambodia which provides educational support and artistic activities to socially vulnerable children and young adults.
By Sali Sasaki (佐々木 沙梨)
The third interview for By People / In Cities: Phnom Penh invites Fred Frumberg, Founder and Executive Director of Amrita Performing Arts, a non-profit organisation working to preserve and revive ...
The first interview for By People / In Cities: Phnom Penh invites Maria Fernandez Sabau to share her views on Cambodian art and culture. She is a culture expert currently ...
Today, Phnom Penh is a city in evolution with multiple faces, and which thrives to draw new chapters that can heal wounds, sustain collective memories of the past, revive cultural ...
By Claire Wilson
culture360.org contributor Chum Chanveasna sat down with John Shapiro, Executive Director and Co-Founder of Khmer Arts and its importance in the Cambodian arts scene.
By Vanini Belarmino
AMRITA Performing Arts is an NGO based in Cambodia. Its primary objective is to promote and sustain the preservation of traditional Cambodian performing arts.