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Celebrating 10 years at Epic Arts

“Oh poor you..” “What a burden for your family.” “What bad luck to have her as a daughter.” I grew up hearing people say that to me and about me. The things I heard made me ashamed of who I was and how I looked. When I was a child I was never a priority in my...

2016 was a year to remember

2016 was a year to remember We told the haters to ‘shake it off’. We enrolled 131 children with disabilities at school for the first time. We watched every one of our Inclusive Education students grow in confidence and ability and the Epic Arts Cafe saw a whopping...

Why Our Latest Music Video Is Our Most Ambitious Yet

Big news! We’re releasing our next music video very soon and this year we’ve gone one step further! Rather than remaking a western pop video again like, Happy, Uptown Funk & Shake It Off. we’ve written and produced our own pop song! The idea for a pop song came...

Read Chea’s Story & See the Change You Funded!

Our Inclusive Arts Course began in April 2015 thanks to  generous donations at the start of the course and continued donations from our Global Giving page. We welcomed 12 students on to the course this included Chea, who tells his story   I want to tell you my...

It’s No Joke – collaborating with Water Aid Cambodia

Last week hilarity ensued when Epic Arts staff began filming around Kampot for our latest WaterAid Cambodia project. Crowds of children gathered and giggled. Loud conversations about who could make the best fake poo or whether the fake wee actually needed to be...

Donate on Wednesday to add 30% more

Want to help us continue our work in Cambodia? Donate on Wednesday 21st September at 11am or 17pm (BST) and 30% will be added to your donation for free.   How Does it work? GlobalGiving, our new online fundraising platform is providing $60,000 in...

“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

“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

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

“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

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...

We’re Hiring!

We’re looking for a talented community dance artist to come and work with us in Cambodia. Do you have what it takes? Apply for this once in a lifetime opportunity to live and work in Cambodia. Find the job spec here. Proposed start date August 2016 Deadline for...

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...

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