Our People

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We have a great team of people who work hard behind the scenes in Cambodia and the UK

Whether it’s a wheelchair user holding on to the back of a bicycle to get home quicker or a student showing another student how to adapt an activity for their body, everyone is supportive and treated equally. Visitors to our inclusive arts centre in Kampot always tell us that Epic Arts is the most inclusive place they’ve ever been to because of the people who make up the organisation.

The people who work with us all have a unique way of thinking and acting. It’s what we like to call ‘Epic DNA’.

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Senior Management Team

Onn Sokny, Laura Evans and Anthony Evans head up our Senior management Team they work together to develop Epic Arts’ projects, programmes and partnerships.

Nick Roach

President, CEO, Theme UI/UX Designer
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Kenny Sing

Lead Graphic Designers
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Mitch Skolnik

Community Manager
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Patrons

“I am deeply moved by Epic Arts’ determination to see lives transformed through the arts and by their commitment to fight injustices that affect people with disabilities. Epic Arts opens our eyes to our common humanity so that all of us can flourish.”

Archbishop Desmond Tutu

“I have known Epic Arts since its conception and I continue to admire and support its commitment to those with disabilities. When I worked for Epic Arts it was impossible not to be inspired by its passion and skill in using creative arts to transform lives, promote integration and create community. And as an actress it is wonderful to be involved in a charity where my love of theatre and the arts is used to such a wonderful, life changing effect.”

Miranda Hart

Comedy Actress and Writer

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...

My Dreams Came True When I Joined Epic Arts

“I always loved performing & making silly faces”   I started acting at school when I was 15. I loved acting, but it was something I did for fun. My wildest dream was to become a performer. My time at school was coming to an end. One day I was reading the...

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...

Epic Dancers make moves in India [ photos ]

A few months ago Epic Encounters Dance were excited to receive and be invited to perform at ‘Samarth’ festival in Bhopal, India. The festival brought together a selection of the best international & national inclusive artists from performance to sculpture. Created...

Savun Leads Her First Workshop

It’s the start of a new school year here in Cambodia. We’re still on our mission to bring art to children in local schools and to change children’s perceptions about people with disabilities as part of our ‘Arts in Schools’ Project We have two...

Shake up at Epic Arts

We’re back from Khmer New year, our Inclusive Arts Course has finished for the year and we’ve had a shake up of our teams. For the past two years we’ve had a professional team (Epic Encounters) and a community team (Arts Team).  There are some new...

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...

Channy’s Story: Not Accepted at School To Star Pupil

Every child deserves an education and today hundreds of children with disabilities in Cambodia are missing out on their right to an education. Meet Channy* a student at one of the Integrated classes we run at local government schools in Kampot. Channy turned 16 this...

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...

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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