Muharram is the first month of the Muslim calendar, but not one to celebrate – rather, it is a month of mourning, observed in particular by Shias worldwide.
There's food on the walls of Balai Seni Maybank, and it smiles at you. The Rojak Project, an initiative by social enterprise TRP Creatives, has 49 digital portraits made from local food by workshop participants here.
Beginning this Saturday, when the waning moon marks two weeks until the commencement of Pchum Ben religious festivities, you may notice that locals will carry intricately decorated, tiered-containers into pagodas.
The ‘cute’ appeal of hand-drawn painting ‘Little Apsara’ has attracted many young people to Soth Lina’s work.
While usually found handling medical instruments in class, sophomore nursing student Hour Soben has now armed himself with his paintbrush, turning his hobby into a collection of paintings that are set make up his first solo exhibiti
Hundreds of glittering butterflies made of paper affixed to a wall have caught visitors’ eyes at an art exhibition in Hanoi.
Cambodian artist Long Lavy is back in touch with his artistic side thanks to encouragement from an American friend.
After decades as a catalyst for the Kingdom’s vibrant arts sector, Cambodian Living Arts (CLA), founded by genocide survivor and musician Arn Chorn-Pond, will host the 10-day Arts4Peace Festival in Phnom Penh to celebrate the Kingdo
A 400-year-old temple in Japan is attempting to hot-wire interest in Buddhism with a robotic priest it believes will change the face of the religion – despite critics comparing the android to “Frankenstein’s monster”.
Naturally, twins Sor Sophany and Sor Sophanin share a lot of common – not least their names – but most important among the pair’s similarities are two things; firstly their love for painting, as well as encouraging children to paint