Category Archives: Global Discussion

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A smile is a smile in Phnom Penh and New York

A series of moments that resulted in intimate and at times emotional discussions about art, design and urban life ranging from personal experiences lived, to collective ones shared by all of us. Experiences that will forever change all of our

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A smile is a smile in Phnom Penh and New York

A series of moments that resulted in intimate and at times emotional discussions about art, design and urban life ranging from personal experiences lived, to collective ones shared by all of us. Experiences that will forever change all of our

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My Buddy and Me.

My buddy and me. I felt a heaviness of responsibility through much of this course. I felt that heaviness the most the night before I first met Kanitha Tith. I stayed up nearly all night to finish the user guide

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My Buddy and Me.

My buddy and me. I felt a heaviness of responsibility through much of this course. I felt that heaviness the most the night before I first met Kanitha Tith. I stayed up nearly all night to finish the user guide

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Last day to visit DROP BY DROP exhibition @ Parsons

CAMBODIA: DROP BY DROP YOU WILL FEEL THE WATER Sheila C. Johnson Design Center Arnold and Sheila Aronson Galleries April 11 – April 24, 2013 Cambodia: Drop by Drop You Will Feel the Water is a multimedia exhibition exploring historical

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Last day to visit DROP BY DROP exhibition @ Parsons

CAMBODIA: DROP BY DROP YOU WILL FEEL THE WATER Sheila C. Johnson Design Center Arnold and Sheila Aronson Galleries April 11 – April 24, 2013 Cambodia: Drop by Drop You Will Feel the Water is a multimedia exhibition exploring historical

Our City Festival: Cultivating ideas and communities in Cambodia

Narrated by founder Dana Langlois, the story of the grassroots Our City Festival unfolds with images documenting the creative projects of Cambodian and Cambodian based artists, architects and designers. The festival has run yearly since 2008. See the festival catalogue

Our City Festival: Cultivating ideas and communities in Cambodia

Narrated by founder Dana Langlois, the story of the grassroots Our City Festival unfolds with images documenting the creative projects of Cambodian and Cambodian based artists, architects and designers. The festival has run yearly since 2008. See the festival catalogue

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“It takes a village to raise a bug”: Cambodian performance artist Anida Yoeu Ali – interview

(From Art Radar Asia. Click on image above for link to complete article.) With her textile installation, “The Buddhist Bug Project”, Cambodian artist Anida Yoeu Ali meditates on urban displacement and spiritual turmoil. Anida Yoeu Ali, a performance artist and

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“It takes a village to raise a bug”: Cambodian performance artist Anida Yoeu Ali – interview

(From Art Radar Asia. Click on image above for link to complete article.) With her textile installation, “The Buddhist Bug Project”, Cambodian artist Anida Yoeu Ali meditates on urban displacement and spiritual turmoil. Anida Yoeu Ali, a performance artist and