We are working toward achieving this through our three programmes, Inclusive Education, Community and Social Enterprise. Our key aims are to spread the message, raise our profile, be sustainable and ensure high quality in all that we do.

A snapshot of 2015

People reached

Teachers trained in inclusive education

Collaborations with international choroeographers

Pieces of cake sold at Epic Cafe

Take a look at our visual annual report for the full picture of what we got up to in 2015.

View our 2015 Annual Report

Viral Videos

We want the world to know that every person counts, over the past three years we’ve created inspiring music video parodies to show the world that no matter your background or ability,  we are all equal.

Total views as of April 2016

Watch this video if you’ve ever been told “You Can’t” or “You Won’t”! Senior Manager, Onn Sokny, shakes off discrimination with her friends from Cambodian organisations, Tiny Toones,Cambodian Living Arts, Phare Ponleu Selpak, Amrita Performing Arts and of course our own students and staff.  Created in 2016 funded by The EU and UNESCO fund for Sustainable Cultural Industry

Students from our Inclusive Arts Course funk around Kampot to Mark Ronson’s Summer time hit. Watch how we outcool Mr. Ronson.
Created in 2015 with funding from UNICEF Cambodia and The Australian Government Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT).

Former student, now Operations Assistant, Sothon leads students and staff around Kampot making the whole community happy. Watch this feel good tune! Created in 2014.

Latest News

Team Building Workshop at Epic Arts
Team Building Workshop at Epic Arts
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Where There Be Dragons, July 2016

“Epic Arts workshops area fantastic way to learn...
June Showcase
June Showcase
We had a great ‘Epic Showcase’ once again this month. Epic Encounters performed their newest piece ‘Inclusive Culture’ inspired by traditional Cambodian dance. The Special Education Programme (SEP) students showed an educational theatre piece...

How You Can Help

Epic Arts is a registered charity and receives no statutory funding. Our work relies on donations and grants and cannot continue without this help from our generous supporters.
Donations, no matter how big or small, are a great way to contribute to Epic Arts projects.

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