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Juried art show in phnom penh

Juried art show in phnom penh

Two Fish Studio invites both Cambodian and expatriate artists (professionals and amateurs) in Phnom Penh to enter a juried show that will take place this December. The theme of the show is "Bodies", and this is open to interpretation, organisers say. All two-dimensional and three-dimensional work will be considered. If you would like to participate, please drop off your work at Two Fish Studio by November 24. The show will be installed on December 1 and the opening night will take place on December 5. The entry fee for Cambodians is 4,000 riels and US$6 for expatriate artists. Please call the Two Fish Studio at 016-368-700 for more information.

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