Cambodian and Russian artists will premiere the play Cunning and Love or The Rain will Pass - the Sun will Rise to the stage at the Russian Centre for Science and Culture (RCSC) in Phnom Penh this Friday.
After closing its oldest theatre – the Sovanna Phum Theatre – in May, the Sovanna Phum Art Association returned to the stage at the Secondary School of Fine Arts much to the delight of its audience, which included Minister of Cultur
When it was forced to close from March 18 to May 4 due to the impact of Covid-19, contemporary art gallery, Sra’Art came up with some creative ideas to engage the public and art lovers from home.
Holding a few masters degrees in art and culture from abroad, Yean Reaksmey spoke with The Post about the problems of Cambodia’s art sector and how to improve it.
Having spent a couple of years researching the biography of legendary Cambodian singer Ros Sereysothea, Emmy award-winning producer Gregory Cahill has teamed up with graphic artist Kat Baumann to create a graphic novel The Golde
A survey by the Ministry of Religions and Cults in 2018 says there are about 4,932 pagodas in Cambodia, including 563 ancient temples.
Two young artists – a painting and a photography artist – share space at the TorTim contemporary art gallery to present their work in an exhibition The Flow that began from March 18 and will run until June 18.
Australian artist Morrison Polkinghorne has breathed new life into an old art form by utilising lotus plants to create a wide variety of pointillistic artwork.
With a heart-shaped body made of metal scraps and legs that resemble vases, the bird looks up to the sky.
Aiming to put the spotlight on the Kingdom’s best female entrepreneurs and designers, Cambodia’s Ultimate Lifestyle Trend (Cult) is holding a pop-up market this Saturday to mark International Women’s Day.