Over the years Phare, the Cambodian Circus has collaborated with many different creatives and the results always positive. We are very grateful for the influencers who have shared their knowledge with us in the past and we have things we want to share too. We are always looking for future collaborations and new ideas and strive to constantly improve our shows and the lives of our performers.
A fantastic place for networking of this nature is TPAM. We are very excited that two members of our team, Dara Huot and Momoko Ikeuchi will be attending TPAM in Yokohama, Japan on 14th and 15th February 2017.
A chance for new creative collaborations
“TPAM (Performing Arts Meeting in Yokohama) is a space where professionals from various places in the world who explore the possibility of contemporary performing arts exchange through performance and meeting programs to gain information, inspiration and network for the creation, dissemination and vitalization of performing arts. Established in 1995 as Tokyo Performing Arts Market and moved in 2011 to the “Creative City” Yokohama. Reinforcing its focus on Asia and having started to involve itself in Asian co-production, TPAM is internationally recognized as one of the most influential performing arts platforms in Asia.” TPAM
Come and meet us
Phare will host 2 Group Meetings and Dara will be speaking about;
14 FEB at 13h20: Social Entrepreneurship in the Arts- A lesson from Phare The Cambodian Circus
15 FEB at 13h20: Collaborating with Cambodia and Phare The Cambodian Circus
We can’t wait to network with some of the amazing performing arts professionals that will be attending and hope to create new connections for future collaborations and to raise awareness of our social endeavours.
Dara and our Artistic Director Bunthoeun were interviewed as part of the Asian Artist Interview series (video coming soon).
In the interview Dara talks about how he has got involved in managing Phare Performing Social Enterprise, Phare’s history, and audience education (telling local people how important it is to contribute and support Cambodian art and culture for example by paying for tickets).
Bunthoeun spoke about the process of the creation of our newest show “Same Same but Different”
Whether you are a professional in the arts world or a lover of the arts, TPAM is a great event to share ideas, seek new opportunities and meet like-minded people.
For registration and ticketing go here.
We hope to see you there.