Cambodian Living Arts (2001-09)

Cambodian Living Arts (CLA)—formerly known as the Cambodian Master Performers Project (CMPP)—was founded in 2000 by Arn Chorn-Pond, a Cambodian-American refugee who was featured in the Emmy-nominated movie, The Flute Player. A World Education project from 2001 – 2009, CLA worked to revive the traditional arts of Cambodia by pairing master teachers who survived the Khmer Rouge regime with young artists, thereby not only preserving the cultural heritage of Cambodia but also providing economic opportunities for artists.

In September of 2009, the Cambodian Living Arts Project was transferred to the Marion Institute, where it continues this work. Please see:

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