Institut français du Cambodge
Dance | Resilience 2.0
Photo : ©All rights reserved Resilience 2.0 is the continuity of the first piece that presented by Belle and the very promising and talented dancer Kakou in September 2017. Through this new iteration, one can see the evolution of the piece from... Read more
Concert | On a Stroll with Bob Passion
Photo : ©Bob Passion Street artist, photographer, stage decorator, writer, musician … Bob Passion, after a career as an actor with Générik Vapeur and Cartoon Sardines, spends his time between Cambodia – where he has, among other things, collaborated with Phare Ponleu Selpak – and incessant journeys. Come August,... Read more
Concert | Cambodian Women of Song
The French Institute of Cambodia and The Cambodian Space Project are teaming up to offer a music festival on the theme “Cambodian Women of Song”, which will pay tribute to the best female voices in Cambodia. To Kak Channthy, of course, but also to all the women artists of... Read more
Exhibition | Ou Vanndy
Photo : ©Joty Mousar Sculptor, Ou Vanndy’s inspiration comes from traditional or contemporary mythologies – as evidenced by the massive bull sculpture, made entirely of recycled materials and shown in the exhibition “Artistic Wanderings”, now installed in front of the French Institute of... Read more
Exhibition | Ouk Socheathy
Photo : ©Ouk Socheathy Ouk Socheathy studied the art of ceramics at the Secondary School of Fine Arts and at the Royal University of Fine Arts in Phnom Penh, where he specialized in the decorative arts. Most of his works is strongly... Read more
Conference | The True Story About Flu
Photo : ©Institut Pasteur du Cambodge/ Dominique Tardy Flu is a common respiratory infectious disease caused by the influenza virus. The symptoms of influenza have been observed in humans for thousands of years, and yet the virus continues to spread… This conference will address the history,... Read more
Conference | Is Adolescence Universal?
Photo : ©All rights reserved We go from childhood to adulthood by a period more or less long, more or less specific, which in the West we call “adolescence”. What is this adolescence, its characteristics, its requirements? Is it universal, and if not, what forms does this passage take... Read more
Dance | “My Mothers And I”
Photo : ©Isaac Oboka-Kethya How is the legacy of Cambodian classical dance restyled in the contemporary practice of dance? This dance explores relationships between three women (choreographer Chey Chankethya, her mother and her dance teacher) to create a dialogue about the tension between the individual’s need for freedom and... Read more
Exhibition | Shadows and Lights – Klavdij Sluban & le Studio Images
Photo : ©Klavdij Sluban Considered as one of the most important French photographers of his generation, Klavdij Sluban’s work is regularly shown in the most important museums and international art centers around the world. In Phnom Penh, he chose to work on a theme he is particularly fond of... Read more
Conference | From Suffering to Happiness
Photo : ©All rights reserved When asked to summarize his doctrine, the Buddha replied, “I teach only two things, suffering and the extinction of suffering.” These simple key ideas can explain everything in the Buddhist doctrine, from the simplest realities of everyday life to the most profound moral, psychological... Read more
Live Performance | Cerise & Valentin in Phnom Penh!
Photo : ©All rights reserved Having become a star in the world of graphic novels for youth with her series “les Carnets de Cerise”, written by Joris Chamblain, Aurélie Neyret also works in youth literature and press. Graphic tablet in hand, she’ll take us into her rich and unique... Read more
Conference | Languages and identity
In Cambodia, where Khmer is the national language, other minority languages coexist. Much more than a communication tool, these languages that we inherit, learn or lose are instruments of construction, creativity and sometimes isolation. The speakers, composed of linguist, translator, author and activist, will unveil the... Read more
Culture | “Light the Lights” – Phare in Phnom Penh
The French Institute of Cambodia partners with Phare Ponleu Selpak to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the association!  From April 4 to April 6, in all the spaces of the Institute, Phare Ponleu Selpak will show all the creativity of its artists – musicians, graphic artists, circus artists, visual artists and... Read more
Francophonie | French quiz
Test your knowledge of the French speaking world and the many countries where French is the official language! Play as a team of 5 (max) with your friends to win prizes in 5 rounds of questions entirely in French. Cambodians, French and alumni,... Read more