“They see me, not my disability”

“They see me, not my disability”

For two hours a week, these students in Kampot, Cambodia get to express themselves through the arts. I went along recently to the project and saw how much fun students were having with paint, glue and a lot of empty water bottles.   “I feel very happy to join the...
Team Bonding through Dance at Epic Arts

Team Bonding through Dance at Epic Arts

“I learned in the workshop that it doesn’t matter who you are, because everyone understands dancing and the body language another shows” Workshop Participant, Be More, June 2016 “I learned how I’m not gracious at all, but that’s ok because I own...
Epic Dancers represent Cambodia at UN Conference

Epic Dancers represent Cambodia at UN Conference

Written by Sakun, Epic Encounters Dancer & Workshop Coordrinator Edited for clarity by Hayley, Communications Officer Savy and I were invited to represent Cambodia at the 20th “Art for All” Conference hosted by United Nations ESCAP in Bangkok, Thailand. We were...
Team Building Workshop at Epic Arts

Team Building Workshop at Epic Arts

“The workshop is a great way to interact and laugh with others, even strangers!” Workshop Participant, Where There Be Dragons, July 2016 “Epic Arts workshops area fantastic way to learn about and meet empowered, creative Cambodia artists. They are also fantastic for...
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...

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