Sou Sophy, a budding solo artist and advocate for environmental conservation, has made a significant impact through her artistic pursuits.
Cambodia’s traditional textiles are a source of pride for its people, and efforts are being made to preserve this unique craft.
A young talent from a new-established settlement has emerged, captivating the online world with his mesmerising performances of the traditional Cambodian monkey dance.
Si met, a talented digital artist hailing from the Khmer Krom community, is passionately dedicated to creating and preserving the vibrant Khmer culture through his captivating digital artwork.
In the realm of artistic expression, contemporary dance emerged in the mid-20th century, captivating global audiences with its unique fusion of traditional dance, innovative artistic techniques, and technical prowess harking back to ancient forms.
Leav Kimchhoth, a 55-year-old artist from Battambang province, is a familiar face to locals and tourists alike on the streets of the riverside in Phnom Penh.
The Preah Norodom Sihanouk-Angkor Museum is hosting a ten-day temporary exhibition from May 18 to 28 to showcase several newly discovered artefacts from the Angkor Archaeological Park and Phnom Kulen.
APSARA National Authority (ANA) has invited the public to see how excavated archaeological artefacts are cleaned and processed, at an exhibition featuring 1,055 such items set to be on display at Preah Norodom Sihanouk-Angkor Museum from May 18-28.
Wat Soriyaram, located in Battambang province’s Moung Russey district, is one of several pagodas that ordains hundreds of young Cambodians each year.
Art has always been a powerful medium for expressing emotions and ideas that are sometimes difficult to put into words.