Archive for January, 2006

Khmer Folk Dance and Shadow Theatre

Tuesday, January 31st, 2006
Khmer Classical & Folk Dance
Friday 3rd February 2006
at 7:30pm

Small Shadow Theatre
Saturday 4th February 2006
at 7:30pm

Khmer Classical & Folk dance
Friday 10th February 2006
at 7:30pm
Moden Drum Performance
“Krom Skor Sovanna Phum”
Saturday 11th February 2006
at 7:30pm

A new play “Women of Cambodia”
Directed by Annemarie Prins ( The Netherlands )
Featuring the artists of the National School of Fine Arts-Phnom Penh
Saturday 18th & Sunday 19th February 06
at 7:30pm
Free Entry!
Amrita Performing Arts
023 220 242

Shadow Puppets, Dance & Mask
“Pognakay” Story
Friday 24th & Satruday 25th February 2006
at 7:30pm

Entrance fee: Adults $5, Children $3

Sovanna Phum Theatre
nº111 St360 (Corner 105) – Phnom Penh
Tel: 023 987 564
E-mail: sp.admin@camintel.com
We have show every Friday & Saturday,
Visit our puppet gallery and gift shop open everyday, except on Sunday.

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‘Cambodian Stories’ @ Reyum

Monday, January 30th, 2006

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Artist Exchange

Sunday, January 29th, 2006

Fw: Vietnamese Art Events in Phnom Penh

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Noorderlicht 2006 Photofestival:

Thursday, January 26th, 2006
Photography from South and Southeast Asia

Call for entries:

The Noorderlicht 2006 Photofestival is about photography from South and
Southeast Asia. Submissions from photographers are welcome. Suggestions and
tips from curators or institutions are also appreciated.

At our website www.noorderlicht.com you will find the relevant details and
conditions. The deadline for submissions is the 3rd of April. Because the
first programming decisions will be made sooner, we recommend not waiting
till the last moment.

Submissions can be sent directly to Noorderlicht curator Wim Melis:

   wim@noorderlicht.com

About the theme:

The 2006 festival will focus attention on the ‘other’ Asia. This means the
region from Pakistan to the Philippines, with India and Indonesia as anchor
points.
This area is characterized by many contrasts, between the countries as well
as within them. These contrasts, that show themselves on social, economic,
political, religious and social levels, will form the starting point for
this festival.

Noorderlicht 2006 consists of three sections for which submissions are
possible: photographers from the region itself, western photographers who
have worked there and historical work from the region. The following
countries are eligible: India, Indonesia, Pakistan, Nepa, Bhutan, Sri Lanka,
Bangladesh, Myanmar (former Burma), Thailand, Laos, Cambodia, Vietnam,
Malaysia, Brunei, Maldives and the Philippines.
The regions that are already often in the news, the economic superpowers and
the so-called ‘axis of evil’, are not included in Noorderlicht 2006.

About Noorderlicht:

The international Noorderlicht photofestival takes place each fall in
Groningen. It is known worldwide for its combination of powerful photography
and social awareness. The 13th Noorderlicht festival takes place from 10
September through 29 October, 2006.

By tradition, in the even years the festival wants to bring its audience
into contact with photography from a non-Western region. The goal is to
avoid a biased Western view by showing a different, often surprising look
from within.


Website:

Please have a look at our website for detailed information and the latest
news. You can also find our submission guidelines there.

   http://www.noorderlicht.com/eng/newfest/index.html

We would appreciate it if you relay this call for entries to people whose
work or expertise you feel connects to the subject.


Noorderlicht Photofestival, Gallery, Projects, Publisher
http://www.noorderlicht.com   info@noorderlicht.com
T +31 50 318 2227  F +31 50 318 2204
Address: Akerkhof 12, 9711 JB Groningen, NL

"THE RETURN"

Monday, January 23rd, 2006
Epic Arts in collaboration with Cambodian Living Arts and Amrita Arts presents:
 
?THE RETURN?
A performance of dance, theatre, music and art by Cambodia?s first professional disabled dance company, and musicians from CLA and Amrita.
A fusion of Traditional Khmer and Contemporary styles, disabled and able-bodied performers.
The performance is based loosely around the Cambodian Folk tale, ?Wolf Mountain?.
 
7pm Sovanna Phum
Wednesday 25th January.
 Admission free!
 
The performance lasts for 40mins, and runs with no interval.
 
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