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Ceramic arts exhibition of Visual and Applied Arts School

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Ceramic arts exhibition of Visual and Applied Arts School

A group of 13 students from Visual and Applied Arts School of Battambang province organised an exhibition to display their achievements at the showroom of the National Institute of Education, located in Phnom Penh, after they completed the ceramics course.

Srey Bandol, female artist and founder of the Visual and Applied Arts School, confirmed that the aim of this event was to introduce the students to new art skills and provide training.

The event also boosted awareness of the program among Cambodian youth interested in the arts.

More photos here by Heng Chivon

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