Archive for March, 2013

Cambodian Living Arts: Professional Development opportunity for visual artists

Wednesday, March 27th, 2013

Dear partners,

Cambodian Living Arts and artist/photographer He Khiang are offering the following Professional Development opportunity for Cambodian visual artists. Please find attached announcements and applications forms in both English and Khmer. Please help us spread the word among visual artists who may be interested!

What? Visit contemporary galleries in Bangkok, meet curators and artists, see how people make work, and where they buy supplies, and engage in discussion about art and how we can talk about it. CLA will cover expenses for the trip and Khiang will lead the program.

When? 4 days at the end of April 2013

Who? Any Cambodian national who:

· Has previously exhibited visual art work (or organised/ curated an exhibition)
· Has a passport
· Is interested in contemporary visual art
· Available at the end of April
· Is willing to engage in talking about art, and will share their experience on return to Cambodia

In total we have space for 3-5 participants.

Where? You will travel to Bangkok by bus, and spend two days in the city enjoying a program led by Hei Khiang

How? To apply for a place please answer the questions inside this form. And send your paper to Cambodian Living Arts, 128G-9 Sothearos Boulevard, Phnom Penh. Or email to sar...@cambodianlivingarts.org

Why? Because you are interested in expanding your knowledge about contemporary visual art.

Professional Development Opportunity for Visual Artists – KH

Professional Development Opportunity for Visual Artists – ENG

DEADLINE FOR APPLICATIONS: April 5 2013

STAY CONNECTED! You can also learn about opportunities for Cambodian artists on our website: http://www.cambodianlivingarts.org/opportunities/for-artists/

Best regards,
Marion Gommard
CLA communications manager
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CKS April Lecture: Social stress, structural symbolic interactionism, and healing in Post-Conflict Cambodia

Wednesday, March 27th, 2013

Dear Friends,

The Center for Khmer Studies welcomes Leakhena NOU, PhD ., an Associate Professor of Sociology at California State University, Long Beach, and the founder and director of the Applied Social Research Institute of Cambodia to the lecture series. She will speak on :

Social stress, structural symbolic interactionism, and healing in Post-Conflict Cambodia: Can we achieve restorative justice?

Date: 9/4/2013
Time: 1730 – 1900

Venue:
CKS Conference Hall

Wat Damnak
Siem Reap

Please Confirm attendance by 8/4/2013

Email: srey...@khmerstudies.org or call 063 964 385

Abstract:

In this research project, medical sociologist Leakhena Nou explores the psychosocial causes of violence in Cambodia under the Khmer Rouge and today, as well as the outlook for achieving restorative justice through the application of the sociological methods of structural symbolic interactionism (SSI). Nou’s research records genocide survivors’ first-hand, experiential insights on stressors (e.g., past and present negative life events and “daily hassles”) and stress mediators (e.g., social support and positive coping strategies) that affect their psychosocial wellbeing both mentally and physically. A key focus of this work is how the five related themes of the SSI approach (symbols, definition of the situation, social roles, socialization and role-taking, and the “self”) might be similar for survivors and former perpetrators of the genocide, and how their exposure to PTSD or other traumas might be risk factors for violence in the past or present

 

Leakhena NOU, Ph.D., is an Associate Professor of Sociology at California State University, Long Beach, and the founder and director of the Applied Social Research Institute of Cambodia. As a Cambodian medical sociologist, Dr. Nou’s major research interests are the sociology of trauma; human rights, peace, and conflict studies; Cambodian American studies; and Asian/Pacific/American studies. Dr. Nou’s research centers on the epidemiology of social stress and health/illness, political sociology, and the intersection of gender studies, human rights, and international law. In her research with Cambodians in the United States and Cambodia, Dr. Nou explores how cross-cultural and cross-ethnic research can inform policy development and social science knowledge development. Nou is also conducting research on the current Khmer Rouge Tribunal and on issues of reconciliation, reparation, and healing justice.

Please visit our website for further information.

http://khmerstudies.org/events/public-lecture-series/

Warm Regards,
Tich SreyPich

Center for Khmer Studies
Siem Reap, Cambodia


HSEPP – Human Sciences Encounters in Phnom Penh –

email: hs.encounters@gmail.com
French web site: www.rencontres-shs-cambodge.ird.fr/
English web site:  http://www.shs-encounters-cambodia.ird.fr/

Networks :
http://rupp.academia.edu/HUMANSCIENCESENCOUNTERSINPHNOMPENHCAMBODIAHSECambodia
http://www.facebook.com/Humansciencesencountersinphnomphenh

Coordinating team:
Sapho Briand with
Pascale Hancart Petitet, Emiko Stock, Léo Mariani, Gabriel Fauveaud

Cambodian Living Arts: Scholarships 2013-2014 available for arts students and arts professionals

Monday, March 25th, 2013

Dear all,

Arn Chorn-Pond Living Arts scholarship for 2013-2014 is opened now. Cambodian Living Arts (CLA) is offering Artistic Skills Development and Non-Artistic Skills for Artists scholarships to arts students, performers, teachers and staffs who are good enough and want to become arts professionals. The scholarship will be opened until May 31, 2013. Please kindly find the announcement (both in English and in Khmer) in the attachment for detail information. You will also find the attached application form and recommendation letter template (in both Khmer and English).

Please share the opportunity to anyone who may be interested!

Announcement KHMER

Announcement ENGLISH

Recommendation Letter Template-KHMER

Recommendation Letter Template-ENGLISH

Scholarship Application Form

Click here to learn more about Arn Chorn-Pond Living Arts Scholarship.

Help us to spread the word: Click here to see our Facebook page and share the information.

For more information don’t hesitate to contact CLA’s Program Coordinator, Eam Solinda, at soli...@cambodianlivingarts.org or 017 558 806.

Best regards,
– Eam Solinda
Project Coordinator
Cambodian Living Arts
No. 128-G9, Sothearos Blvd
Tonle Bassac, Chamkamorn, Phnom Penh
Kingdom of Cambodia
www.cambodianlivingarts.org
Cell +855-0-17 558 806
Office Tel +855-0-23 986 032
soli...@cambodianlivingarts.org

THE CAMBODIAN SPACE PROJECT goes Orbital

Monday, March 25th, 2013
THE CAMBODIAN SPACE PROJECT
Makes a 2 more local appearances before jetting off on a mission that takes the CSP around the world.
Catch the band this Friday night at Phnom Penh’s most loved venue, Equinox on Gold Street 282.
Then, if that ain’t enough, you can join CSP’s final show, starting late, 10pm Saturday night at La Croisette on the Riverside.

A huge year ahead – touring 3 continents, a new album, art exhibitons and a movie!

First up, CSP lands in Freemantle, Western Australia for Easter weekend shows beginning at Kulcha on Saturday 30 then 6 weeks in Australia as artists in residence at Montsalvat, Victoria. A northern hemisphere tour starts at Global in Copenhagen on may 18, then followed by a month in Europe, a quick dash back to Phnom Penh mid June and then off the Detroit USA where CSP will record it’s third album with Dennis Coffey.

Coffey is an unlikely but most exciting match for the Space Project – a legend of Motown, Funk Bros, house band. The man who put the psychedelia into Motown hits by the Temptations, Marvin Gaye, who single-handedly invented the Blacksploitation movie soundtrack with Black Belt Jones, the theme to Bruce Lee’s Enter The Dragon and who just happened to discover and producer Sixto Rodriguez whose story features in the Oscar winning Searching For Sugarman. In July, CSP will take time to record it’s third album – an experience where hard bit Detroit meets the sounds of Cambodian rock and the resulting culture clash is sure to produce some exciting results – watch this space!

Marc Eberle’s long awaited CSP film “Not Easy Rock & Roll” has been picked up by BBC4 and is set for international television release towards the end of this year.

Finally, The Cambodian Space Project will have a new website online very soon but for now, please join our facebook page for dates and updates,
https://www.facebook.com/pages/The-Cambodian-Space-Project/102538263132453

or better still, catch a live show in coming up Cambodian, Australia, Denmark, Finland, France, UK, USA, Singapore and Indonesia.

All the best,

THE CAMBODIAN SPACE PROJECT
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“All music is folk music, I ain’t never heard no horse sing a song”. Louis Armstrong
https://www.cambodianspaceproject.com

Music Appreciation Workshop

Friday, March 22nd, 2013

Dear All,

Please join our music workshop this Sunday by our Cellist Tara Mar. Please forward this information to family and friends who would be interested.

Cheers,
Sharon

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