Kumnooh: arts guide for Cambodia, week commencing 20 February 2018

Greetings,

Tonight, Wednesday 21, Sa Sa Art Projects presents Surfaith, an open studio with artist-in-residence Tengshing Kazama. “Tengshing Kazama researches the everyday “faith” in the background of customs and practices from the standpoint of a Japanese monk. He will present “Ebb” series which started from 2011’s Japanese big earthquake. All the works to be presented at the open studio are new works that he made during his stay at Sa Sa Art Projects.”  Studio opens from 2pm, reception starts at 6pm.
More info

The next meeting and reading of the Literati Society of Phnom Penh will be on Wednesday 21 at The Plantation, starting at 7 pm. A range of writers and readers perform a wide variety of material in prose and poetry.

Thursday 22 at Meta House, from 6 pm, Fernando Aceves‘ Travel Diary – 10 Years In South East Asia, the work of Mexican painter Fernando Aceves Humana, the co-founder of the Char (dry point) RUFA etching and lithography workshop.
More info

This weekend, Thursday 22 to Saturday 24 at 6.30 pm, the Phnom Penh Players present 20th anniversary performances of The Vagina Monologues at Chinese House. Tickets (selling fast) at Lot 369, The Box Office, Kwest and The French Element.
https://www.facebook.com/events/153021225411003/

In Siem Reap on Saturday 24, an exhibition and auction of paintings by Scottish/Greek artist Neovi Vlassopoulou Wales at Strangefruit & Jam Gallery, with proceeds to be donated to the Women’s Resource Centre. From 7 pm.
More info

coming soon:

  • Choreographic Rarities 2018, a collaboration between dance schools Children of Bassac, Phnom Penh, and the Conservatoire for Dance in Bagnolet, France, at the French Institute, March 3
  • A Cambodian Magic Flute, semi-staged opera at Chaktomuk Theatre, March 10

For a more rock’n’roll musical flavour of Phnom Penh, make sure you follow weekly gig guide LengPleng.com as well.

Fabian Hipp

Kumnooh
fabianhipp@kumnooh.com
If you are a venue or artist and would like to receive a weekly reminder to provide Kumnooh with an upcoming event or activity, please contact fabianhipp@kumnooh.com and ask to be added to the venue/artists list.

 


In brief: new and returning…


Wednesday 21, 2 PM, Sa Sa Art Projects presents Surfaith, an open studio with artist-in-residence Tengshing Kazama. Reception starts at 6pm.
More info

Wednesday 21, 7 pm, the next meeting of the Literati Society of Phnom Penh at The Plantation.

Thursday 22, 6 pm at Meta House, Fernando Aceves‘ Travel Diary – 10 Years In South East Asia, the work of Mexican painter Fernando Aceves Humana.
More info

Thursday 22Saturday 24, 6.30 pm, the Phnom Penh Players present 20th anniversary performances of The Vagina Monologues at Chinese House.
More info

Saturday 24, 7 pm, an exhibition and auction of paintings by Scottish/Greek artist Neovi Vlassopoulou Wales at Strangefruit & Jam Gallery, Siem Reap.
More info


Ongoing….


At Meta House, a photographic re-exhibition by German photographer Astrid Schulz capturing “how people who live and work in Phnom Penh feel about the city they call home”, printed the book Phnom Penh: Capital City by Michael Waibel.
More info

At Bophana Center, in partnership with Vimana Organisation, Kep, Cinema and photo-souvenir, a selection of unique photos of the seaside at Kep-sur-mer in the 1960s, from a private collection never seen before. Runs until the end of February.
More info

At The Plantation, a joint exhibition by Takakazu Yamada and Chhan Dina, Market – Disoriented, “which explores the theme of Cambodia’s market as the archetypal element of Cambodian culture and authenticity. This exhibition is a tribute to 65 years of friendship between Cambodia and Japan.”
More info

At The Kampot Art Gallery (located on the corner of the salt workers roundabout), a collection of works from the Battambang gallery Romcheik 5, notably Waiting for Ice – Melt by Nget Chanpenh.
More info

SaSaBassac presents a new solo exhibition by Tith Kanitha, Instinct.   The exhibition “brings together sixteen steel wire sculptures of varying sizes and distinctive, biomorphic forms. The artist has playfully staged them as characters throughout the exhibition space in both conventional and surprising ways – they hang, drape and dangle at different levels from the ceiling and walls, and rest on or slightly off open-ended pedestals.”
More info

Sa Sa Art Projects presents Another sound, a collaborative exhibition by Chaing Mai installation artist Arnont Nongyao and Phnom Penh sound artist Khvay Leoung. “With the language barrier between the two artists, the presented work is not only a result of their collaboration but in fact also the method of their collaboration. They attempt to achieve a mutual understanding through a sonic experimentation or rather another sound language.” Show runs until 30 March.
More info

At Java Independence, Anemoia: Strange Feelings from Another Place,
artworks by Nicolas C. Grey. “Anemoia – n. nostalgia for a time you’ve never known.   Imagine stepping through the frame into a sepia-tinted haze, where you could sit on the side of the road and watch the locals passing by.” Runs until 4 March.

Every Saturday at 5 pm, Bophana Center presents Cine Saturday. Programme changes every week, across a wide range of cinema experiences.
More info

Every Saturday morning at 10 am Coin Café presents free apsara dance classes for children.
More info

Most Sundays (and occasionally Saturdays) Khmer Architecture Tours presents a range of the architectural wonders of Phnom Penh. 8.30 am start, reservations essential.
More info

The Phnom Penh Writers Workshop holds events every second Sunday afternoon for Phnom Penh writers who are interested in discussion and critique of their works in progress. If you would like to be involved, please contact Claire (clairemarchantcollier [ @ ] gmail.com or John john.christopher.brown [ @ ] gmail.com.

Performing arts courses at Brighton International School (#79 street 310) for ages 4 – 6 and 7 – 11 – singing, dancing, acting, every Saturday.
More info

New Leaf Book Cafe
 in Siem Reap, has a continuous exhibition for Small Art School, featuring the work of young aspiring Cambodian artists.
More info

Elegy: Reflections on Angkor by John McDermott. The award-winning American photographer maintains his strong presence on the Siem Reap art scene with his mesmerizing monochromatic fine art images of Angkor taken between 1995-2014. Now exhibiting in two McDermott Galleries located at FCC Angkor and Raffles Grand Hotel d’Angkor.
More info

The Traditional Dance Show, presented by Cambodian Living Arts, takes place at the National Museum stage. The hour-long performance showcases classical and folk dances from across Cambodia, including the famous Apsara. Every night Monday-Saturday (October-April) and every Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday (May to September).
More info

 

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Kumnooh: arts guide for Cambodia, week commencing 13 February 2018

Greetings,

Tonight, Tuesday 13, a photographic re-exhibition by German photographer Astrid Schulz capturing “how people who live and work in Phnom Penh feel about the city they call home”, printed the book Phnom Penh: Capital City by Michael Waibel. From 6 pm.
More info

Wednesday 14 throughout the day, The Art Bar (just north of the Japanese Bridge) are offering St Valentine’s Day themed painting activities.
More info

On Thursday 15 at Chinese House, a closing event for Changing Paradigms, paintings by Karen Hartmann, featuring music from Los Panos. From 6 pm.
More info

Saturday 17N o w h e r e Gallery presents a workshop on Multicolour Monoprint. Bookings essential, spaces limited.   1 – 3.30 pm.
More info

On Sunday 18, Art Plus Foundation presents an evening of music at Raffles Hotel Le Royal, with works by Stamitz, Mozart, Haydn and Beethoven performed by a trio led by Anton Isselhadt. From 8 pm.
More info

coming soon:

  • The Vagina Monologues (20th anniversary performances) by the Phnom Penh Players at Chinese House, February 22 – 24. Tickets at Lot 369, The Box Office, Kwest and The French Element.
  • A Cambodian Magic Flute, semi-staged opera at Chaktomuk Theatre, March 10

For a more rock’n’roll musical flavour of Phnom Penh, make sure you follow weekly gig guide LengPleng.com as well.

Fabian Hipp

Kumnooh
fabianhipp@kumnooh.com
If you are a venue or artist and would like to receive a weekly reminder to provide Kumnooh with an upcoming event or activity, please contact fabianhipp@kumnooh.com and ask to be added to the venue/artists list.

 


In brief: new and returning…


Tuesday 13, 6 pm, a photographic re-exhibition by German photographer Astrid Schulz capturing “how people who live and work in Phnom Penh feel about the city they call home.”
More info

Wednesday 14, various times, The Art Bar offers St Valentine’s Day themed painting activities.
More info

Thursday 15, 6 pm at Chinese House, a closing event for Changing Paradigms, paintings by Karen Hartmann.
More info

Saturday 17, 2 pm, N o w h e r e Gallery presents a workshop on Multicolour Monoprint. Bookings essential, spaces limited.
More info

Sunday 18, 8 pm, Art Plus Foundation presents an evening of music at Raffles Hotel Le Royal, with works by Stamitz, Mozart, Haydn and Beethoven.
More info


Ongoing….


At Bophana Center, in partnership with Vimana Organisation, Kep, Cinema and photo-souvenir, a selection of unique photos of the seaside at Kep-sur-mer in the 1960s, from a private collection never seen before. Runs until the end of February.
More info

At The Plantation, a joint exhibition by Takakazu Yamada and Chhan Dina, Market – Disoriented, “which explores the theme of Cambodia’s market as the archetypal element of Cambodian culture and authenticity. This exhibition is a tribute to 65 years of friendship between Cambodia and Japan.” More info

At Meta House, Noir Nights in Phnom Penh, an exhibition of paintings by Chris Coles.
More info

At The Kampot Art Gallery (located on the corner of the salt workers roundabout), a collection of works from the Battambang gallery Romcheik 5, notably Waiting for Ice – Melt by Nget Chanpenh.
More info

SaSaBassac presents a new solo exhibition by Tith Kanitha, Instinct.   The exhibition “brings together sixteen steel wire sculptures of varying sizes and distinctive, biomorphic forms. The artist has playfully staged them as characters throughout the exhibition space in both conventional and surprising ways – they hang, drape and dangle at different levels from the ceiling and walls, and rest on or slightly off open-ended pedestals.”
More info

Sa Sa Art Projects presents Another sound, a collaborative exhibition by Chaing Mai installation artist Arnont Nongyao and Phnom Penh sound artist Khvay Leoung. “With the language barrier between the two artists, the presented work is not only a result of their collaboration but in fact also the method of their collaboration. They attempt to achieve a mutual understanding through a sonic experimentation or rather another sound language.” Show runs until 30 March.
More info

At Java Independence, Anemoia: Strange Feelings from Another Place,
artworks by Nicolas C. Grey. “Anemoia – n. nostalgia for a time you’ve never known.   Imagine stepping through the frame into a sepia-tinted haze, where you could sit on the side of the road and watch the locals passing by.” Runs until 4 March.

At Chinese House, Changing Paradigms, paintings by Karen Hartmann. “Artists – quite like scientists – interpret the world in their own, special language. By processing new insights their work receives recognition and acquires significance.  And then, every so often, they change paradigms.”
More info

Every Saturday at 5 pm, Bophana Center presents Cine Saturday. Programme changes every week, across a wide range of cinema experiences.
More info

Every Saturday morning at 10 am Coin Café presents free apsara dance classes for children.
More info

Most Sundays (and occasionally Saturdays) Khmer Architecture Tours presents a range of the architectural wonders of Phnom Penh. 8.30 am start, reservations essential.
More info

The Phnom Penh Writers Workshop holds events every second Sunday afternoon for Phnom Penh writers who are interested in discussion and critique of their works in progress. If you would like to be involved, please contact Claire (clairemarchantcollier [ @ ] gmail.com or John john.christopher.brown [ @ ] gmail.com.

Performing arts courses at Brighton International School (#79 street 310) for ages 4 – 6 and 7 – 11 – singing, dancing, acting, every Saturday.
More info

New Leaf Book Cafe
 in Siem Reap, has a continuous exhibition for Small Art School, featuring the work of young aspiring Cambodian artists.
More info

Elegy: Reflections on Angkor by John McDermott. The award-winning American photographer maintains his strong presence on the Siem Reap art scene with his mesmerizing monochromatic fine art images of Angkor taken between 1995-2014. Now exhibiting in two McDermott Galleries located at FCC Angkor and Raffles Grand Hotel d’Angkor.
More info

The Traditional Dance Show, presented by Cambodian Living Arts, takes place at the National Museum stage. The hour-long performance showcases classical and folk dances from across Cambodia, including the famous Apsara. Every night Monday-Saturday (October-April) and every Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday (May to September).
More info

 

Kumnooh: Cambodia arts for week commencing 6 February, 2018

Greetings,

On Wednesday 7, from 6 pm at Sa Sa Art Projects, as part of the Another Sound exhibition by Arnont Nongyao with Khvay Loeung, a special event Collective Media Spaces: Listening from the Archive. The event comprises the playing of selections from Cambodian National Radio in 1971 & 1984, by Maggie Jack, with discussion to follow. “The first two files are traditional pieces of music performed and recorded in the late 1960s and produced in 1971. The third file is a 38 minute Ayai comedy about villagers preparing for Cambodian New Year, performed and recorded in 1984.”  Event in Khmer and English.
More info
Also Wednesday 7, at Bophana Center, in partnership with Vimana Organisation, the opening of an exhibition, Kep, Cinema and photo-souvenir, a selection of unique photos of the seaside at Kep-sur-mer in the 1960s, from a private collection never seen before. From 6.30 pm, with live music from 7 pm. Runs until the end of February.
More info

On Thursday 8 at The Plantation, a joint exhibition by Takakazu Yamada and Chhan Dina, Market – Disoriented, “which explores the theme of Cambodia’s market as the archetypal element of Cambodian culture and authenticity. This exhibition is a tribute to 65 years of friendship between Cambodia and Japan.” From 6.30 pm.
More info

Saturday 10 at Cloud, from 7.30 pm, a special spoken word/poetry open mic, Feminist Voices.
More info

coming soon:

  • an evening of music at Raffles Hotel Le Royal, works by Stamitz, Mozart, Haydn and Beethoven performed by a trio led by Anton Isselhadt, February 18
  • The Vagina Monologues (20th anniversary performances) at Chinese House, February 22 – 24

For a more rock’n’roll musical flavour of Phnom Penh, make sure you follow weekly gig guide LengPleng.com as well.

Fabian Hipp

Kumnooh
fabianhipp@kumnooh.com
If you are a venue or artist and would like to receive a weekly reminder to provide Kumnooh with an upcoming event or activity, please contact fabianhipp@kumnooh.com and ask to be added to the venue/artists list.

 


In brief: new and returning…


Wednesday 7, 6 pm at Sa Sa Art Projects, as part of the Another Sound exhibition, a special event Collective Media Spaces: Listening from the Archive.
More info

Wednesday 7, 6.30 pm at Bophana Center, the opening of an exhibition, Kep, Cinema and photo-souvenir, a selection of unique photos of the seaside at Kep-sur-mer in the 1960s.
More info

Thursday 8, 6.30 pm at The Plantation, a joint exhibition by Takakazu Yamada and Chhan Dina, Market – Disoriented, “which explores the theme of Cambodia’s market as the archetypal element of Cambodian culture and authenticity.”
More info

Saturday 10, 7.30 pm at Cloud, a special spoken word/poetry open mic, Feminist Voices.
More info

 


Ongoing….


At Meta House, Noir Nights in Phnom Penh, an exhibition of paintings by Chris Coles.
More info

At The Kampot Art Gallery (located on the corner of the salt workers roundabout), a collection of works from the Battambang gallery Romcheik 5, notably Waiting for Ice – Melt by Nget Chanpenh.
More info

SaSaBassac presents a new solo exhibition by Tith Kanitha, Instinct.   The exhibition “brings together sixteen steel wire sculptures of varying sizes and distinctive, biomorphic forms. The artist has playfully staged them as characters throughout the exhibition space in both conventional and surprising ways – they hang, drape and dangle at different levels from the ceiling and walls, and rest on or slightly off open-ended pedestals.”
More info

Sa Sa Art Projects presents Another sound, a collaborative exhibition by Chaing Mai installation artist Arnont Nongyao and Phnom Penh sound artist Khvay Leoung. “With the language barrier between the two artists, the presented work is not only a result of their collaboration but in fact also the method of their collaboration. They attempt to achieve a mutual understanding through a sonic experimentation or rather another sound language.” Show runs until 30 March.
More info

At Java Independence, Anemoia: Strange Feelings from Another Place,
artworks by Nicolas C. Grey. “Anemoia – n. nostalgia for a time you’ve never known.   Imagine stepping through the frame into a sepia-tinted haze, where you could sit on the side of the road and watch the locals passing by.” Runs until 4 March.

At Chinese House, Changing Paradigms, paintings by Karen Hartmann. “Artists – quite like scientists – interpret the world in their own, special language. By processing new insights their work receives recognition and acquires significance.  And then, every so often, they change paradigms.”
More info

Every Saturday at 5 pm, Bophana Center presents Cine Saturday. Programme changes every week, across a wide range of cinema experiences.
More info

Every Saturday morning at 10 am Coin Café presents free apsara dance classes for children.
More info

Most Sundays (and occasionally Saturdays) Khmer Architecture Tours presents a range of the architectural wonders of Phnom Penh. 8.30 am start, reservations essential.
More info

The Phnom Penh Writers Workshop holds events every second Sunday afternoon for Phnom Penh writers who are interested in discussion and critique of their works in progress. If you would like to be involved, please contact Claire (clairemarchantcollier [ @ ] gmail.com or John john.christopher.brown [ @ ] gmail.com.

Performing arts courses at Brighton International School (#79 street 310) for ages 4 – 6 and 7 – 11 – singing, dancing, acting, every Saturday.
More info

New Leaf Book Cafe
 in Siem Reap, has a continuous exhibition for Small Art School, featuring the work of young aspiring Cambodian artists.
More info

Elegy: Reflections on Angkor by John McDermott. The award-winning American photographer maintains his strong presence on the Siem Reap art scene with his mesmerizing monochromatic fine art images of Angkor taken between 1995-2014. Now exhibiting in two McDermott Galleries located at FCC Angkor and Raffles Grand Hotel d’Angkor.
More info

The Traditional Dance Show, presented by Cambodian Living Arts, takes place at the National Museum stage. The hour-long performance showcases classical and folk dances from across Cambodia, including the famous Apsara. Every night Monday-Saturday (October-April) and every Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday (May to September).
More info

 

Kumnooh: Cambodia arts for week commencing 30 January, 2018

Greetings,

Tonight, Tuesday 30 from 6 pm at Meta House, the opening of Noir Nights in Phnom Penh, an exhibition of paintings by Chris Coles, with a performance by the band Krom from 8 pm.
More info

Also tonight, Tuesday 30 from 6.30 pm at TINI, PP Readers and Writers Meet-up #4, the first for 2018, hosted by the PP Book Club, “to talk about books, reading, writing, poetry and more over drinks.”
More info

Thursday 1 sees the official opening of The Kampot Art Gallery (located on the corner of the salt workers roundabout), featuring a collection of works from the Battambang gallery Romcheik 5, notably Waiting for Ice – Melt by Nget Chanpenh. 5 pm – 7 pm.
More info

On Thursday 1 from 6 pm at Sa Sa Art Projects, an artists talk by Japanese artist and practicing Zen monk Tengshing Kazama, in Japanese with Khmer interpretation. “Tengshing works with various media including drawing, sculpture, installation and performance, often drawing on an exploration of the rituals.”
More info

This weekend, La Troupe de Théâtre Francophone de Phnom Penh presents three performances of a musical, 12 Hommes en colère (12 Angry Men) at the Department of Performing Arts, St 173. Friday 2 and Saturday 3 at 7.30 pm, Sunday 4 at 5.30 pm.
More info

Saturday 3, N o w h e r e Gallery presents workshop Hand Built Pottery. Bookings essential, spaces limited.   1 – 4 pm.
More info

coming soon:

  • Market – Disoriented, at The Plantation, a joint exhibition by Takakazu Yamada and Chhan Dina, opens February 8

For a more rock’n’roll musical flavour of Phnom Penh, make sure you follow weekly gig guide LengPleng.com as well.

Fabian Hipp

Kumnooh
fabianhipp@kumnooh.com
If you are a venue or artist and would like to receive a weekly reminder to provide Kumnooh with an upcoming event or activity, please contact fabianhipp@kumnooh.com and ask to be added to the venue/artists list.


In brief: new and returning…


Tuesday 30, 6 pm at Meta House, the opening of Noir Nights in Phnom Penh, an exhibition of paintings by Chris Coles, with a performance by the band Krom from 8 pm.
More info

Tuesday 30, 6.30 pm at TINI, PP Readers and Writers Meet-up #4, the first for 2018, hosted by the PP Book Club.
More info

Thursday 1, 5 pm, the official opening of The Kampot Art Gallery featuring a collection of works from the Battambang gallery Romcheik 5.
More info

Thursday 1, 6 pm at Sa Sa Art Projects, an artists talk by Japanese artist and practicing Zen monk Tengshing Kazama, in Japanese with Khmer interpretation.
More info

Friday 2, 7.30 pm, a musical, 12 Hommes en colère (12 Angry Men) at the Department of Performing Arts, St 173.
More info

Saturday 3, 1 pm, N o w h e r e Gallery presents workshop Hand Built Pottery. Bookings essential, spaces limited.
More info

Saturday 3, 7.30 pm, a musical, 12 Hommes en colère (12 Angry Men) at the Department of Performing Arts, St 173.
More info

Sunday 4, 5.30 pm, a musical, 12 Hommes en colère (12 Angry Men) at the Department of Performing Arts, St 173.
More info


Ongoing….



SaSaBassac
presents a new solo exhibition by Tith Kanitha, Instinct.   The exhibition “brings together sixteen steel wire sculptures of varying sizes and distinctive, biomorphic forms. The artist has playfully staged them as characters throughout the exhibition space in both conventional and surprising ways – they hang, drape and dangle at different levels from the ceiling and walls, and rest on or slightly off open-ended pedestals.”
More info

Sa Sa Art Projects presents Another sound, a collaborative exhibition by Chaing Mai installation artist Arnont Nongyao and Phnom Penh sound artist Khvay Leoung. “With the language barrier between the two artists, the presented work is not only a result of their collaboration but in fact also the method of their collaboration. They attempt to achieve a mutual understanding through a sonic experimentation or rather another sound language.” Show runs until 30 March.
More info

At Java Independence, Anemoia: Strange Feelings from Another Place,
artworks by Nicolas C. Grey. “Anemoia – n. nostalgia for a time you’ve never known.   Imagine stepping through the frame into a sepia-tinted haze, where you could sit on the side of the road and watch the locals passing by.” Runs until 4 March.

At Chinese House, Changing Paradigms, paintings by Karen Hartmann. “Artists – quite like scientists – interpret the world in their own, special language. By processing new insights their work receives recognition and acquires significance.  And then, every so often, they change paradigms.”
More info

At Mirage Siem Reap, Dancers, by Colin Grafton, photographs of Cambodian classical dancers taken in 1973. “Their stories of hardship, perseverance and survival, and the renaissance of the dance, which is the spirit of Cambodia, form the core of this exhibition. Other images from the same period (1973-74) provide a backdrop to convey the feeling of the times.”
More info

Every Saturday at 5 pm, Bophana Center presents Cine Saturday. Programme changes every week, across a wide range of cinema experiences.
More info

Every Saturday morning at 10 am Coin Café presents free apsara dance classes for children.
More info

Most Sundays (and occasionally Saturdays) Khmer Architecture Tours presents a range of the architectural wonders of Phnom Penh. 8.30 am start, reservations essential.
More info

The Phnom Penh Writers Workshop holds events every second Sunday afternoon for Phnom Penh writers who are interested in discussion and critique of their works in progress. If you would like to be involved, please contact Claire (clairemarchantcollier [ @ ] gmail.com or John john.christopher.brown [ @ ] gmail.com.

Performing arts courses at Brighton International School (#79 street 310) for ages 4 – 6 and 7 – 11 – singing, dancing, acting, every Saturday.
More info

New Leaf Book Cafe
 in Siem Reap, has a continuous exhibition for Small Art School, featuring the work of young aspiring Cambodian artists.
More info

Elegy: Reflections on Angkor by John McDermott. The award-winning American photographer maintains his strong presence on the Siem Reap art scene with his mesmerizing monochromatic fine art images of Angkor taken between 1995-2014. Now exhibiting in two McDermott Galleries located at FCC Angkor and Raffles Grand Hotel d’Angkor.
More info

The Traditional Dance Show, presented by Cambodian Living Arts, takes place at the National Museum stage. The hour-long performance showcases classical and folk dances from across Cambodia, including the famous Apsara. Every night Monday-Saturday (October-April) and every Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday (May to September).
More info

 

Kumnooh: Cambodia arts for week commencing 23 January, 2018

Greetings,

On Wednesday 24 at 6 pm at Meta House, the launch of The Punji Trap by journalist Luke Hunt, a new book about Pham Xuan An, a Communist agent ensconced with the Western media during the Vietnam War.
More info

On Friday 26, Mozart at the Mansion – excerpts from the upcoming production Mozart at Angkor: A Cambodian Magic Flute, to be staged in March. A special preview at FCC Mansion. Tickets $25. 7.30 pm start.
More info

Saturday 27, N o w h e r e Gallery presents workshop Rubber Stamping for Beginners. Bookings essential, spaces limited.   1 – 4 pm.
More info

In Siem Reap, on Saturday 27, Mozart Masterpieces of Opera – excerpts from the upcoming production Mozart at Angkor: A Cambodian Magic Flute, to be staged in March. A special preview at Nevutu Dreams Resort. Tickets $35. 6.30 pm start.
More info

coming soon:

  • Noir Nights in Phnom Penh, exhibition of paintings by Chris Coles at Meta House, January 30.

For a more rock’n’roll musical flavour of Phnom Penh, make sure you follow weekly gig guide LengPleng.com as well.

Fabian Hipp

Kumnooh
fabianhipp@kumnooh.com
If you are a venue or artist and would like to receive a weekly reminder to provide Kumnooh with an upcoming event or activity, please contact fabianhipp@kumnooh.com and ask to be added to the venue/artists list.


In brief: new and returning…


Wednesday 24, 6 pm at Meta House, the launch of The Punji Trap by journalist Luke Hunt.
More info

Friday 26, 7.30 pm at FCC Mansion, Mozart at the Mansion – excerpts from the upcoming production Mozart at Angkor: A Cambodian Magic Flute.
More info

Saturday 27, 1 pm, N o w h e r e Gallery presents workshop Rubber Stamping for Beginners. Bookings essential, spaces limited.
More info

Saturday 27, 6.30 pm at Nevutu Dreams Resort, Siem Reap, Mozart Masterpieces of Opera – excerpts from the upcoming production Mozart at Angkor: A Cambodian Magic Flute, to be staged in March.
More info

 


Ongoing….



SaSaBassac
presents a new solo exhibition by Tith Kanitha, Instinct.   The exhibition “brings together sixteen steel wire sculptures of varying sizes and distinctive, biomorphic forms. The artist has playfully staged them as characters throughout the exhibition space in both conventional and surprising ways – they hang, drape and dangle at different levels from the ceiling and walls, and rest on or slightly off open-ended pedestals.”
More info

Sa Sa Art Projects presents Another sound, a collaborative exhibition by Chaing Mai installation artist Arnont Nongyao and Phnom Penh sound artist Khvay Leoung. “With the language barrier between the two artists, the presented work is not only a result of their collaboration but in fact also the method of their collaboration. They attempt to achieve a mutual understanding through a sonic experimentation or rather another sound language.” Show runs until 30 March.
More info

At Meta House, a joint exhibition of photographs of Cambodian classical dancers by Colin Grafton and Alessandro Marazzi Sassoon, a selection of images from 1973 and the present day.
More info

At Java Independence, Anemoia: Strange Feelings from Another Place,
artworks by Nicolas C. Grey. “Anemoia – n. nostalgia for a time you’ve never known.   Imagine stepping through the frame into a sepia-tinted haze, where you could sit on the side of the road and watch the locals passing by.” Runs until 4 March.

At Chinese House, Changing Paradigms, paintings by Karen Hartmann. “Artists – quite like scientists – interpret the world in their own, special language. By processing new insights their work receives recognition and acquires significance.  And then, every so often, they change paradigms.”
More info

At Bophana Center, Cambodian Artists’ work on Forced Marriage under Khmer Rouge, works inspired by an artist talk in September, one of many activities of the Phka Sla Krom Angkar Project. Runs until 31 January.
More info

At Mirage Siem Reap, Dancers, by Colin Grafton, photographs of Cambodian classical dancers taken in 1973. “Their stories of hardship, perseverance and survival, and the renaissance of the dance, which is the spirit of Cambodia, form the core of this exhibition. Other images from the same period (1973-74) provide a backdrop to convey the feeling of the times.”
More info

Every Saturday at 5 pm, Bophana Center presents Cine Saturday. Programme changes every week, across a wide range of cinema experiences.
More info

Every Saturday morning at 10 am Coin Café presents free apsara dance classes for children.
More info

Most Sundays (and occasionally Saturdays) Khmer Architecture Tours presents a range of the architectural wonders of Phnom Penh. 8.30 am start, reservations essential.
More info

The Phnom Penh Writers Workshop holds events every second Sunday afternoon for Phnom Penh writers who are interested in discussion and critique of their works in progress. If you would like to be involved, please contact Claire (clairemarchantcollier [ @ ] gmail.com or John john.christopher.brown [ @ ] gmail.com.

Performing arts courses at Brighton International School (#79 street 310) for ages 4 – 6 and 7 – 11 – singing, dancing, acting, every Saturday.
More info

New Leaf Book Cafe
 in Siem Reap, has a continuous exhibition for Small Art School, featuring the work of young aspiring Cambodian artists.
More info

Elegy: Reflections on Angkor by John McDermott. The award-winning American photographer maintains his strong presence on the Siem Reap art scene with his mesmerizing monochromatic fine art images of Angkor taken between 1995-2014. Now exhibiting in two McDermott Galleries located at FCC Angkor and Raffles Grand Hotel d’Angkor.
More info

The Traditional Dance Show, presented by Cambodian Living Arts, takes place at the National Museum stage. The hour-long performance showcases classical and folk dances from across Cambodia, including the famous Apsara. Every night Monday-Saturday (October-April) and every Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday (May to September).
More info

 

Kumnooh: Cambodia arts for week commencing 16 January, 2018

Greetings,

Tonight, Tuesday 16, SaSaBassac presents a new solo exhibition by Tith Kanitha, Instinct.   The exhibition “brings together sixteen steel wire sculptures of varying sizes and distinctive, biomorphic forms. The artist has playfully staged them as characters throughout the exhibition space in both conventional and surprising ways – they hang, drape and dangle at different levels from the ceiling and walls, and rest on or slightly off open-ended pedestals.”   6 pm to 8 pm.
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On Wednesday 17, from 6 pm, Sa Sa Art Projects presents Another sound, a collaborative exhibition by Chaing Mai installation artist Arnont Nongyao and Phnom Penh sound artist Khvay Leoung, featuring a live performance starting at 7 pm. “With the language barrier between the two artists, the presented work is not only a result of their collaboration but in fact also the method of their collaboration. They attempt to achieve a mutual understanding through a sonic experimentation or rather another sound language.” Show runs until 30 March.
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Friday 19, 7 pm at Meta House, a special dance event, in which veteran Master dancer & teacher Voan Savay will give a presentation on the history and survival of Cambodian classical dance, with a demonstration performance by Cambodian Royal Ballet principal dancers Sok Nalys and Serei Vankosaun.
More info

Saturday 20, N o w h e r e Gallery presents workshop Self Portrait Acrylic on Canvas. Bookings essential, spaces limited.   1 – 5 pm.

coming soon:

  • January 21 , A Nook for Rhyme Crooks monthly spoken word event at Cloud
  • January 26, Mozart at the Mansion – excerpts from the upcoming production Mozart at Angkor: A Cambodian Magic Flute, to be staged in March. A special preview at FCC Mansion. Tickets $25.

For a more rock’n’roll musical flavour of Phnom Penh, make sure you follow weekly gig guide LengPleng.com as well.

Fabian Hipp

Kumnooh
fabianhipp@kumnooh.com
If you are a venue or artist and would like to receive a weekly reminder to provide Kumnooh with an upcoming event or activity, please contact fabianhipp@kumnooh.com and ask to be added to the venue/artists list.

 


In brief: new and returning…


Tuesday 16, 6 pm, SaSaBassac presents a new solo exhibition by Tith Kanitha, Instinct.   The exhibition “brings together sixteen steel wire sculptures of varying sizes and distinctive, biomorphic forms.”
More info

Wednesday 17, 6 pm, Sa Sa Art Projects presents Another sound, a collaborative exhibition by Chaing Mai installation artist Arnont Nongyao and Phnom Penh sound artist Khvay Leoung, featuring a live performance starting at 7 pm.
More info

Friday 19, 7 pm at Meta House, a special dance event, in which veteran Master dancer & teacher Voan Savay will give a presentation on the history and survival of Cambodian classical dance, with a demonstration performance.
More info

Saturday 20, 1 pm, N o w h e r e Gallery presents workshop Self Portrait Acrylic on Canvas. Bookings essential, spaces limited.


Ongoing….


At Meta House, a joint exhibition of photographs of Cambodian classical dancers by Colin Grafton and Alessandro Marazzi Sassoon, a selection of images from 1973 and the present day.
More info

At Java Independence, Anemoia: Strange Feelings from Another Place,
artworks by Nicolas C. Grey. “Anemoia – n. nostalgia for a time you’ve never known.   Imagine stepping through the frame into a sepia-tinted haze, where you could sit on the side of the road and watch the locals passing by.” Runs until 4 March.

At Chinese House, Changing Paradigms, paintings by Karen Hartmann. “Artists – quite like scientists – interpret the world in their own, special language. By processing new insights their work receives recognition and acquires significance.  And then, every so often, they change paradigms.”
More info

At Bophana Center, Cambodian Artists’ work on Forced Marriage under Khmer Rouge, works inspired by an artist talk in September, one of many activities of the Phka Sla Krom Angkar Project. Runs until 31 January.
More info

At Mirage Siem Reap, Dancers, by Colin Grafton, photographs of Cambodian classical dancers taken in 1973. “Their stories of hardship, perseverance and survival, and the renaissance of the dance, which is the spirit of Cambodia, form the core of this exhibition. Other images from the same period (1973-74) provide a backdrop to convey the feeling of the times.”
More info

Every Saturday at 5 pm, Bophana Center presents Cine Saturday. Programme changes every week, across a wide range of cinema experiences.
More info

Every Saturday morning at 10 am Coin Café presents free apsara dance classes for children.
More info

Most Sundays (and occasionally Saturdays) Khmer Architecture Tours presents a range of the architectural wonders of Phnom Penh. 8.30 am start, reservations essential.
More info

The Phnom Penh Writers Workshop holds events every second Sunday afternoon for Phnom Penh writers who are interested in discussion and critique of their works in progress. If you would like to be involved, please contact Claire (clairemarchantcollier [ @ ] gmail.com or John john.christopher.brown [ @ ] gmail.com.

Performing arts courses at Brighton International School (#79 street 310) for ages 4 – 6 and 7 – 11 – singing, dancing, acting, every Saturday.
More info

New Leaf Book Cafe
 in Siem Reap, has a continuous exhibition for Small Art School, featuring the work of young aspiring Cambodian artists.
More info

Elegy: Reflections on Angkor by John McDermott. The award-winning American photographer maintains his strong presence on the Siem Reap art scene with his mesmerizing monochromatic fine art images of Angkor taken between 1995-2014. Now exhibiting in two McDermott Galleries located at FCC Angkor and Raffles Grand Hotel d’Angkor.
More info

The Traditional Dance Show, presented by Cambodian Living Arts, takes place at the National Museum stage. The hour-long performance showcases classical and folk dances from across Cambodia, including the famous Apsara. Every night Monday-Saturday (October-April) and every Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday (May to September).
More info

 

Kumnooh: Cambodia arts for week commencing 9 January, 2018

Greetings,

Wednesday 10 at Meta House, from 7 pm, screenings of films made for The Legacy Film Lab, an original film contest that aimed to give a voice to young Cambodians and encourage a new generation of filmmakers. Q&A with filmmakers following the screening.
More info

Thursday 11 at Meta House, a joint exhibition of photographs of Cambodian classical dancers by Colin Grafton and Alessandro Marazzi Sassoon, a selection of images from 1973 and the present day. “Grafton’s collection includes a rare series taken at the National Theatre in 1973, capturing some of the best dancers of the era. Marazzi Sassoon will show a series of photographs taken whilst following the Royal Ballet’s premiere in Hong Kong last year.”  From 6 pm. The evening will also feature screenings of short films about Cambodian dance.
More info

Also opening Thursday 11 is Anemoia: Strange Feelings from Another Place,
artworks by Nicolas C. Grey, at Java Independence. “Anemoia – n. nostalgia for a time you’ve never known.   Imagine stepping through the frame into a sepia-tinted haze, where you could sit on the side of the road and watch the locals passing by. Who lived and died before any of us arrived here, who sleep in some of the same houses we do, who look up at the same moon, who breathe the same air, feel the same blood in their veins — and live in a completely different world.” From 6.30 pm. Runs until 4 March.

 

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Friday 12, 6 pm at Chinese House, Changing Paradigms, paintings by Karen Hartmann. “Artists – quite like scientists – interpret the world in their own, special language. By processing new insights their work receives recognition and acquires significance.  And then, every so often, they change paradigms.  The old conventions are no longer able to contain the creative process and so must be abandoned.  Dramatically new ways of looking at the world lead to striking new visual images; representations that declare a new paradigm.”
More info

Also on Friday 12, 6.30 pm at Bophana Center, Cambodian Artists’ work on Forced Marriage under Khmer Rouge, works inspired by an artist talk in September, one of many activities of the Phka Sla Krom Angkar Project, “the only proposed judicial reparation project that addresses the harm suffered by men and women as a result of forced marriages, and it aims to help make the ECCC’s historic hearing on sexual and gender-based violence under the Khmer Rouge regime accessible to communities.”  Runs until 31 January.
More info

Later on Friday 12 at Meta House, from 9 pm, a performance of experimental electronic music by US based Kiran Arora, “using an array of tape recorders and cassettes, culling sounds from analog synthesizers, guitars, field recordings, audio test equipment, and other disparate sources into caustic electroacoustic compositions.”
More info

coming soon:

For a more rock’n’roll musical flavour of Phnom Penh, make sure you follow weekly gig guide LengPleng.com as well.

Fabian Hipp

Kumnooh
fabianhipp@kumnooh.com

If you are a venue or artist and would like to receive a weekly reminder to provide Kumnooh with an upcoming event or activity, please contact fabianhipp@kumnooh.com and ask to be added to the venue/artists list.

 


In brief: new and returning…


Wednesday 10, 7 pm, at Meta House, from 7 pm, screenings of films made for The Legacy Film Lab, an original film contest for young Cambodians. With Q&A.
More info

Thursday 11, 6 pm at Meta House, a joint exhibition of photographs of Cambodian classical dancers by Colin Grafton and Alessandro Marazzi Sassoon, a selection of images from 1973 and the present day.
More info

Thursday 11, 6.30 pm at Java Independence, Anemoia: Strange Feelings from Another Place, by Nicolas C. Grey. “Imagine stepping through the frame into a sepia-tinted haze, where you could sit on the side of the road and watch the locals passing by.”

Friday 12, 6 pm at Chinese House, Changing Paradigms, paintings by Karen Hartmann. “Artists – quite like scientists – interpret the world in their own, special language.”
More info

Friday 12, 6.30 pm at Bophana Center, Cambodian Artists’ work on Forced Marriage under Khmer Rouge, works inspired by an artist talk in September, one of many activities of the Phka Sla Krom Angkar Project.
More info

Friday 12, 9 pm at Meta House, a performance of experimental electronic music by US based Kiran Arora.
More info


Ongoing….


At Mirage Siem Reap, Dancers, by Colin Grafton, photographs of Cambodian classical dancers taken in 1973. “Their stories of hardship, perseverance and survival, and the renaissance of the dance, which is the spirit of Cambodia, form the core of this exhibition. Other images from the same period (1973-74) provide a backdrop to convey the feeling of the times.”
More info

Every Saturday at 5 pm, Bophana Center presents Cine Saturday. Programme changes every week, across a wide range of cinema experiences.
More info

Every Saturday morning at 10 am Coin Café presents free apsara dance classes for children.
More info

Most Sundays (and occasionally Saturdays) Khmer Architecture Tours presents a range of the architectural wonders of Phnom Penh. 8.30 am start, reservations essential.
More info

The Phnom Penh Writers Workshop holds events every second Sunday afternoon for Phnom Penh writers who are interested in discussion and critique of their works in progress. If you would like to be involved, please contact Claire (clairemarchantcollier [ @ ] gmail.com or John john.christopher.brown [ @ ] gmail.com.

Performing arts courses at Brighton International School (#79 street 310) for ages 4 – 6 and 7 – 11 – singing, dancing, acting, every Saturday.
More info

New Leaf Book Cafe
 in Siem Reap, has a continuous exhibition for Small Art School, featuring the work of young aspiring Cambodian artists.
More info

Elegy: Reflections on Angkor by John McDermott. The award-winning American photographer maintains his strong presence on the Siem Reap art scene with his mesmerizing monochromatic fine art images of Angkor taken between 1995-2014. Now exhibiting in two McDermott Gallerieslocated at FCC Angkor and Raffles Grand Hotel d’Angkor.
More info

The Traditional Dance Show, presented by Cambodian Living Arts, takes place at the National Museum stage. The hour-long performance showcases classical and folk dances from across Cambodia, including the famous Apsara. Every night Monday-Saturday (October-April) and every Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday (May to September).
More info