Creative Generation 2018 Application

To learn about the conditions and HOW TO APPLY, please download the document from this link: CREATIVE GENERATION 2018 (Khmer/English) Please download the application form from this link:  CG2018 APPLICATION FORM For the online application, please access it from this link: CG2018 ONLINE APPLICATION Thank you!

Abandoned Pieces 

Abandoned Pieces | A group exhibition by Architecture students Exhibition dates: 8 December – 31 December 2017 This exhibition focuses on the works of architecture students that have been left behind and reflects on the learning and creative process. The exhibition features sculptured objects, collage, and sketches that range in subject and style. The group of …

REMEMBER

REMEMBER | Prints by Srun Rida Exhibition dates: 10 November – 1 December 2017 This series of prints by Srun Rida explores memories of pre-war and war in Cambodia as told to him by family members. Objects, clothing and buildings are rendered in textured, black and white prints – each with a unique story and …

THE BLOCKS

THE BLOCKS | Paintings by Sun Lymei Exhibition dates: 13 October – 5 November, 2017 Sun Lymei is a recent graduate in the field of Digital Arts and Design. During the course of her education she realized that her true calling is drawing and painting, finding that by working with her hands she could be …

Ancient Legacy and an Uncertain World

Ancient Legacy and an Uncertain World | Drawings by Chhum Limhay Exhibition dates: 8 September – 6 October 2017   This series of architectural drawings by Chhum Limhay explores imaginary cities of the future, inspired by real cities around the world and their historical legacies while employing science-fiction aesthetics. The formation of cities and urban …

DANCER IN THE DARK

DANCER IN THE DARK | Fashion and photography by Chang Shanghai Exhibition dates: 11 August – 1 September 2017 Despite professionally trained in cloth making & craftsmanship his work is described as experimental and conceptual. He explores the past and future of clothing by blending traditional clothing making techniques with unconventional materials & silhouettes. For …

Workshop 2

Our second workshop was a great opportunity for the participants to work more deeply on their artist statements thanks to the guidance of Vuth Lyno. Thank you to Sa Sa Art Projects for providing the space!

Thank you Tomato Bank!

We want to give a special thanks to Tomato Specialized Bank for supporting our project! Thanks to them we can provide a small grant for materials and exhibition costs for all the participating artists!  

Workshop 1

Over 50 students showed up for the first workshop, facilitated by Vuth Lyno, and hosted at the Royal University of Fine Arts. During the workshop students learned about the Creative Generation project and with guidance from Vuth Lyno learned about the application process and how to write an artist statement.