Cambodia Peace Museum News

Cambodia’s Journey: Told Through Stained Glass

Inspired by the museum’s commitment to celebrating Cambodia’s journey to peace, Australian artists Gerry Cummins and Jill Stehn have created a series of stained-glass windows that they are generously donating to the museum. Gerry says his inspiration to create the...

A Night to Remember!

What an incredible evening! The Lotus Gala was a sublime evening of great music, fun and community. For those of us at the Cambodia Peace Museum team, the evening was also a humbling and amazing reflection of our partners and community who accompany our efforts to...

Celebrating the Music and Arts of Cambodia

The ChubMet Festival showcases the importance of music and arts as ways for people to share their experiences, their hopes for the future, and celebrate resilience in Cambodia. Siem Reap’s second annual ChubMet (Friendship Festival) kicked off on Friday night in...

RESILIENCE: Let’s Tell the Story of How Cambodia Stood Up

RESILIENCE tells the story of, how Cambodia stood up and how Cambodia continues to stand. The RESILIENCE Exhibition opened in Phnom Penh on December 15 to a great mixed crowd of dignitaries, universities and students, peacebuilders, and the arts community. CPCS...

What a night!

Our first Gala was incredible: More than 120 guests attended, with support from 42 local businesses that sponsored the evening through prizes, donations and performances. With the support of the business community, private donors and gala guests, we raised over...

Phare, the Cambodian Circus Joins the Peace Museum Gala!

Phare, the Cambodian Circus, is joining the Cambodia Peace Museum Masquerade Gala and Auction with an exciting aerial silks acrobatic display and musical performance. As two Cambodian organizations that share a focus on transforming how people express and talk about...

DJane Sao Sopheak

Award-winning Cambodian female filmmaker DJane Sao Sopheak was born in Kampong Cham, about two hours drive from Cambodia’s capital Phnom Penh. Given her love of films, especially documentaries, she decided to pursue a career working with documentary films and other...

A Peace Museum for Cambodia

“It can be a place of meeting, story telling, remembering, understanding, explanations, forgiveness and letting go. It can help to explain to the rest of the world – to tourists and visiting diplomats and politicians how and why such violence comes about, and how they...