Nou Hach Literary Journal Volume 07December 4, 2013
“ដំណើរទស្សនកិច្ចសិក្សា សហគមន៍ចំបក់”November 25, 2013
ដើម្បីចូលរួមលើកកម្ពស់វិស័យអក្សរសិល្ប៍ ផ្សាភ្ជាប់ជាមួយនឹងបរិស្ថានជុំវិញនៃសហគម ចំបក់។ សមាគមអក្សរសិល្ប៍ នូ ហាច បានរៀបចំដំណើរទស្សនកិច្ចទៅកាន់តំបន់ទឹកជ្រោះចំបក់ ការសំណេះសំណាល និងការបង្រៀនសិស្សអនុវិទ្យាល័យនៅតំបន់នោះ ដើម្បីធ្វើការចែករំលកបទពិសោធន៍ទាក់ទងនឹងការតែងនិពន្ធ។
“The Poetry of Your Environment”September 12, 2013
Workshop Statement/Proposal: The Poetry of Your Environment
Workshop Coordinator: Greg Bem (USA)
Local Staff Coordinator and Translator: Soknea Nhim (Cambodia)
Intended Workshop Dates: 12/10/13 and 13/10/13
Location: Kean Svay and Baitong restaurant
Participant Range: 5-10 per workshop
Description: The Poetry of Your Environment is a general arts workshop where writers learn about how to gain inspiration in their daily life. Everything in the world can provide inspiration: from watching movies and television to using the Internet, media is very important for inspiring young artists of all types. The external world, the world away from the computer, phone, and television, however, is equally as inspiring. In this workshop, students will confront the world that is around them every day, a world that may or may not already be a source of inspiration for students. During this workshop, students will learn about how famous authors from around the world have used their environments to inspire their own creative work. Students will think about “place” and how the environment they live in already inspires them. They will then engage as a group with one very special place: Kean Svay Resort. After, they will reflect on their experience and then be asked to write about their experiences.
Requirements: This workshop is for writers of all ages and backgrounds. This workshop is for both writers of poetry and writers of other forms. Participants should have an interest in connecting with their environments, should be able to communicate with other students and teachers, and should not be afraid of trying new things and being challenged as artists. Students will be asked to not use their phones and computers for the duration of the workshop.
Goals: Students will learn how to critically think about their environment and the world around them. Students will gain a better understanding of how to observe people and behavior, and then apply their observations to their own art. Students will learn how to take appropriate notes to be used in creative material at a future time. Students will complete the workshop by writing through their experience and submitting their work to the coordinators.