Experimental arts and music
Over a six week period they'll run a series of workshops with the Royal University of Fine Arts, Cambodian Living Arts and Java Arts Cafe here in Phnom Penh, working with local musicians and artists to develop a series of public arts events. The entire process will culminate in a series of performances and public art, which will be recorded and photographed. These materials will be used at the end of the project to create a series of documentary pieces - including a commercially available CD release and photographic exhibition. With resources in short supply, the project needs support to help purchase equipment vital for the project. A laptop and music software for the local musicians to use. A materials budget to help the students to realise their art projects. This money is crucial - even though the institutions they are dealing with are influential within the city, funds are stretched for basic university courses, let alone a project like this. You can find out more and contribute here.
Labels: Neak Ta project