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The Wat Bo troupe of Large Shadow #Puppetry from Siem Reap, #Cambodia, received blessing yesterday for their departure to #Bangkok, #Thailand, where they will perform as part of the Harmony World Puppet #Carnival on Nov 7!

The Wat Bo troupe of Large Shadow #Puppetry from Siem Reap, #Cambodia, received blessing yesterday for their departure to #Bangkok, #Thailand, where they will perform as part of the Harmony World Puppet #Carnival on Nov 7!

THANK YOU to all of you for your support in this campaign to Help Young Artists Raise the Roof in Cambodia! It has been fully funded and we have covered the costs for the building of our roof, allowing 120 arts professionals to keep their jobs year-round and encouraging arts students to pursue their way in the arts! #Cambodian #shows #arts #roof #PhnomPenh

THANK YOU to all of you for your support in this campaign to Help Young Artists Raise the Roof in Cambodia! It has been fully funded and we have covered the costs for the building of our roof, allowing 120 arts professionals to keep their jobs year-round and encouraging arts students to pursue their way in the arts! #Cambodian #shows #arts #roof #PhnomPenh

The Sounds of Angkor troupe performs instruments depicted on Angkorian bas-reliefs and were lost until ethnomusicologist Kersalé rebuilt them in 2013! Regular performances in Siem Reap, Cambodia - www.cambodianlivingarts.org . Picture (c) Peter Phoeun

The Sounds of Angkor troupe performs instruments depicted on Angkorian bas-reliefs and were lost until ethnomusicologist Kersalé rebuilt them in 2013! Regular performances in Siem Reap, Cambodia - www.cambodianlivingarts.org . Picture (c) Peter Phoeun

Art Found Out: Cambodian cloth

Art Found Out: Cambodian cloth

Kantaoming music is one of Cambodia’s rarest art forms. The music is played for funerals and features gongs, drums and a uniquely Khmer reed instrument called the srolai. The music is meant to sound like a lullaby, so that the deceased and those who care for them can feel calm as the person enters the after-life.   Photo courtesy of Aga Cebula. #Cambodia #tradition #arts

Kantaoming music is one of Cambodia’s rarest art forms. The music is played for funerals and features gongs, drums and a uniquely Khmer reed instrument called the srolai. The music is meant to sound like a lullaby, so that the deceased and those who care for them can feel calm as the person enters the after-life. Photo courtesy of Aga Cebula. #Cambodia #tradition #arts

Séra performance paints during the Creation and Post-Memory conference at Columbia University, Apr. 10, 2013. (Pete Pin - Season of Cambodia)

Séra performance paints during the Creation and Post-Memory conference at Columbia University, Apr. 10, 2013. (Pete Pin - Season of Cambodia)

Five Cambodian visual artists from different arts organizations were selected to visit art galleries and meet curators, gallery owners, art critics, and artists in Bangkok, Thailand from 24th -28th April 2013. Read more: http://www.cambodianlivingarts.org/news/visual-artists-trip-to-thailand/ More photo: https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.10151481328835936.1073741838.260631265935=1

Five Cambodian visual artists from different arts organizations were selected to visit art galleries and meet curators, gallery owners, art critics, and artists in Bangkok, Thailand from 24th -28th April 2013. Read more: http://www.cambodianlivingarts.org/news/visual-artists-trip-to-thailand/ More photo: https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.10151481328835936.1073741838.260631265935=1

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