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ANCER Conference, Phnom Penh - 14-16 Jan 2016
No. 107
Writer ALIA
Date 2015-12-18 11:23:22 Hits 2500


Dear friend,
Cambodian Living Arts is delighted to invite you to join us in Cambodia for the 3rd ANCER conference, presented in partnership with Institut français du Cambodge, and LASALLE College of the Arts, Singapore.

  • WHAT:Vitality & Viability: Arts Ecosystems in Asia
  • WHEN:14-16 January, 2016
  • WHERE:Institut français du Cambodge, Phnom Penh, Cambodia
  • WHO:Arts Managers, Cultural Leaders, Cultural Researchers, Policymakers
  • WHY:Expand your understanding of arts management practices and partnership opportunities in the region, make new friends and some great professional connections
The conference will be in English language to ensure dynamic dialogue between participants from across the region. Simultaneous Khmer translation will be provided during the keynote speeches.
More information can be found in the info pack here, which includes detail on:

  • Program, fees and registration forms
  • Pre-conference Cultural Program in Phnom Penh
  • Post-conference Heritage Hub tour of Siem Reap, home of Angkor Wat
  • Call for Proposals: Young Researchers Program

Message from our Executive Director:
"I am really looking forward to bringing ANCER to Phnom Penh. It's a real honor for Cambodian Living Arts to be organizing the occasion. Following the launch of Cambodia’s first National Policy for Culture in 2014, and with a growing network of arts managers and cultural leaders coming into the spotlight, it’s the right moment for us to engage in exchange of experience and ideas with our regional community. I hope to see you there!"

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