Taking up writing as a hobby might be fine for the younger Cambodians, but very few people would venture into it for a living.
WHEN Camille Corot’s figure paintings last went on display more than a century ago, they stunned Pablo Picasso and Georges Braque, who paid tribute to the French painter in their groundbreaking Cubist creations.
JUST back from the hunt with a choice selection of plants, Ebona feels at home in the endless forest where many Gabonese fear to tread.
An old shipbuilding district of Osaka has become a hotspot of sorts for a certain subculture known as kabejo – young women who love wall art.
Perhaps most in the Kingdom know of the folktale called Moni Mekhala which tells the origin of thunderstorms. Two young art students, however, have refreshed the story by bringing it to life through their digital design skills.
A group of 13 students from Visual and Applied Arts School of Battambang province organised an exhibition to display their achievements at the showroom of the National Institute of Education, located in Phnom Penh, after they comple
Looking back on the past 10 years, the market for 3D artworks was still small.
Last Friday, an elegant woven-rattan chair took home the Jury’s Award at the KL Chair Open Design Competition, organised by the Kuala Lumpur Architecture Festival (KLAF) 2018.
A new fitness program, Aerial Yoga, has hit the capital, and it is quite unique. Participants need not be regular sportspersons to learn the skills either.
A three-month program that makes up The Cambodian Living Arts’ (CLA) cultural season kicked off on Thursday and will run through September 23 with the theme Exploring Identities.