Aug 1, 2013
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Published on Jun 28, 2013
If Poetryfestival Berlin meets Initiative Buttmann 16, it also means that world-famous Spoken Word Artists meet Berlins toughest street. Check it out and follow us to a workshop where we also learned a lot about Spoken Word.
“Cambodian Son” here:
“From Dreams and Lies” was the event under the Berlin Poetry Festival 2013. Featuring poets Kosal Khiev, TJ Dema, and Ise Lyfe were there. Kosal performed “Lost and Found.”
Support Our Campaign to Complete The Documentary “Cambodian Son”
Generation Return: Version 1.5, a Community Concert and Forum on Art + Justice in the Cambodian Diaspora
April, 26th, 2013
Generation Return: Version 1.5 is an evening of spoken word, hip-hop, and video screenings featuring urban voices from Phnom Penh to NYC. Know more about this in Studio Revolt.
FEATURING KOSAL KHIEV. A POETRY NIGHT.
April 16th, 2013
Cambodia: Drop by Drop You Will Feel the Water is the collaboration of Fiona Mahurin and Kosal Khiev. Learn more about the exhibition on New School University.