The National Cambodian Heritage Museum & Killing Fields Memorial is pleased to invite you for a screening of a new documentary, Angkor Awaken: A Portrait of Cambodia, followed by Q & A with Director Robert H. Lieberman on Saturday, June 3rd at 2 PM. The event ticket costs $9.50 and can be purchased online.
This film has been shown in New York, Washington DC, Los Angeles, Seattle and now Chicago.
Please come join the workshop about "Cambodian Mask Dance", facilitated by Rady Nget. He is a male mask dancer and contemporary dancer. He has toured to Europe and throughout Asia and as a contemporary dancer has performed in numerous works of contemporary dance as well as participated in many contemporary dance workshops. Rady has already created a number of his own works including The Feeling for Street Children. Rady received his undergraduate degree in Fine Art from the Royal University of Fine Arts in 2013, and he is now teaching at Faculty of Choreographic Arts, RUFA. Rady is 2017 Asian Cultural Council grantee and he has had his work presented at the Judson Church as well.
- June 2 2017 | 6PM-8PM
- June 3 2017 | 10AM - 12PM and 1PM-3PM
- June 4 2017 | Performance : Time and place : TBA
The National Cambodian Heritage Museum and Memorial will be hosting a fundraiser during Asian American Heritage Month. All proceeds from the event will support the Healing Arts Program at the Museum. The Healing Arts Program is designed to preserve Cambodian culture through genocide education and awareness, cultural preservation, and provide healing and social justice for survivors of the Killing Fields. The program encompasses music, dance, mask making, and films to educate about the Cambodian American experience.
Please join us on Thursday, May 25th 2017 at 6pm.
There will be drinks and passed hors d’oeuvres.
only available through May 20th
after May 20th
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If you are unavailable to come but still interested to help us,
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Register for upcoming workshops! Meet KSGC presenters introducing fun mind + body activities. Be a part of healing through Tai Chi and drawing + coloring therapy all the way through learning with your hands and hearts in sewing and cooking. There will be a technology session about I.T. Time!
Let's get connected and learn something new!