In the cluttered backyard of an unassuming stilted house just down the road from the Killing Fields on the outskirts of Phnom Penh, archaeologists are digging up a relic of the country’s historical high point: a kiln that once furnished stoneware pottery across the Angkorian empire.
French-Cambodian filmmaker Rithy Panh, who has become a familiar figure at the prestigious Cannes Film Festival, premiered his latest documentary on Friday during the festival’s Special Screenings.
When Chinese diplomat Zhou Daguan was called back home in 1297 after spending nearly a year at King Indravarman III’s court at Angkor, he sat sat down to write a detailed report about the country he called Zhenla that is the basis for a striking new book.
Legendary Cambodian director Tea Lim Koun was conferred a Lifetime Achievement Award at the Bangkok Asean Film Festival on Friday.
For artist Eng Rithchandaneth, Cambodia has become a fractured land. No longer a community, it is an environment in which business interests cause people to be evicted with no recourse and little or no compensation, she said on Friday.
A year ago, artists Poy Chhunly and Koeurm Kolab decided to visit Ratanakkiri province to paint hill tribes living in the forests before development and rubber plantations claimed the wilderness and pushed them out.
The International Coordinating Committee (ICC) for Preah Vihear held its second meeting in Siem Reap City on Monday to discuss ongoing efforts to preserve the 12th century Hindu temple and turn the majestic but remote site into a popular tourist destination.
Long beset by looting, theft and mismanagement, the sprawling 12th century Banteay Chhmar temple complex is about to get a second life as an international training ground for future archeologists and monument restoration specialists.
Seasoned choreographer Sophiline Cheam Shapiro has turned the story of her cross-cultural courtship into a Khmer classical ballet, with original music by composer Him Sophy.
A new exhibition hopes to make a case for the protection of Cambodia’s rare birds and other threatened wildlife through vivid paintings.
The “Mozart at Angkor” project entered its second phase this week with a major challenge: integrating traditional Khmer music into the score of Mozart’s opera “The Magic Flute.”
When students in the Royal University of Fine Arts’ class on outdoor landscape painting decided to do a project that captured the changing landscape of Phnom Penh, they immediately knew where they wanted to go.
One hundred and fifty years after the first photographers of Cambodia arrived in Siem Reap province in 1866, a new book describes their journey and showcases their work.
After 14 years on the road, returning to Phnom Penh still feels like a homecoming for Cambodian-American alternative rock group Dengue Fever.
The exhibition “Futurographies” at the Sa Sa Bassac art space in Phnom Penh showcases French photographer Roland Neveu’s images of Phnom Penh as the Khmer Rouge were taking over the city, as well as photos by Pete Pin, who was born in a refugee camp in Thailand in 1982 and grew up in the U.S.
An engineering university is not where you would imagine a multi-instrumental brass troupe forming. However, upon meeting at the Ecole Centrale Paris in 2014, a group of 11 musicians bonded over their love of brass and formed the Soundtrek Project, a group that breaks the mold of more traditional bands in the genre.
The 25 Khmer classical dancers in Sacred Dancers of Angkor, which will preform for the first time in Phnom Penh tonight, have deep roots in Khmer culture: they grew up in the shadow of the Banteay Srei monument in the Angkor Archaeological Park.
The head and body of a seventh-century Khmer statue were at last reunited on Thursday in Phnom Penh after an international agreement was brokered that allowed the head to be brought home to Cambodia from Paris, where it had spent the last 126 years.
The performance that choreographer and dancer Prumsodun Ok will present at the Khmer Arts Theater in Takhmao City on Saturday night is grounded in Khmer classical dance, but with a twist.
Cambodian artist Svay Sareth was named Overall Best Emerging Artist at the 2016 Prudential Eye Awards for Contemporary Asian Art in Singapore on Tuesday.