“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...
Two new schools onboard Arts in Schools

Two new schools onboard Arts in Schools

After a short break for Cambodian New Year the Arts in Schools project is once again underway. Last week saw the first art class of the new term at Chumkriel Language School. For the next seven weeks Arts Team will be leading visual arts and crafts classes at three...
Arts Leader Thuo Takes The Stage

Arts Leader Thuo Takes The Stage

Arts Leader, Thuo, confidently takes the stage at our partner school to address 200 students and 50 parents, a feat that before joining Epic Arts, Thuo would’ve shied away from. She knows what it’s like to feel nervous and shy because of disability. she contracted...

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