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Khmer Kids Art Gallery displays beautiful artworks by art students at Small Art School which provide free art education for Khmer children. This gallery aims to help funding for the art school which is a self-financed art school, founded by a...more
This gallery is doing a great job to teach and inspire young people of all ages, many from disadvantaged homes and remote country areas. We were hoping to find a work to buy but there were few at the time of our visit.
We had such a lovely afternoon here. My 5 year old twin daughters love art, so we decided to book them on to this workshop. The reviews we had read were so good, it convinced us to give it a go. I urge you to...More
Myself, my husband, and our almost 3 year old little boy can't say it enough about how much fun we had! The staff was awesome in helping our son create his own art! They were so personable and very helpful. They showed us around the...More
Went there on Tuesday evening and it was closed. The staff barely speaks Eng and my driver have to translate for me. I guess the teacher(s) was not around at that time. I was disappointed as I really wish to see the kids art and...More
We spent a wonderful afternoon with our 5 kids (6-10y) and 4 adults drawing, painting and chatting with the Cambodian and Japanese teachers. A great diversion for the kids on a hot day and everyone had a blast and made some great memories and keepsakes....More
You can't really expect toddlers to get excited about temples, but my daughter Esme (approaching 3 years old) was thrilled to spend an hour with Yuko-san and two teachers applying watercolour, acrylic, markers, pencils basically all manner of drawing implements to a paper fan. The...More
I took my 3 year old son to the Khmer Kids Art Gallery to take an art class. We were greeted warmly by Yuko and the art teacher, Hay. They both stayed with us through the lesson and were flexible and helpful. They have very...More
I took my children to this school this morning to learn more about the program. We were greeted by the schools founder, Japanese art teacher Tomoko and her staff. We left just so inspired by the work they are doing to help underprivileged Khmer children....More