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If you would like to request a performance from Angkor Dance Troupe at your next event, please complete our Vendor Information Form. If there are details on the form that have not been confirmed yet, please write in "N/A" or include information to the best of your ability.
Please allow at least four weeks before your event for our Performance Coordinator to contact you.
The Angkor Dance Troupe was founded in 1986 by a group of Cambodian refugees with a passion for Khmer performing arts. They came together in Lowell, Massachusetts with the sole purpose to revive a culture almost lost. Our mission is to connect communities through the preservation, education, and innovation of Cambodian Performing Arts. As the heart of the Cambodian Community, the Angkor Dance Troupe is nationally recognized as one of the most accomplished and experienced U.S.-based Cambodian traditional arts organizations.
Please feel free to attend all public shows listed below (unless otherwise noted).

Upcoming Events

October 02, 2020

Location: Online via Zoom

Free

The Refugees in Towns project (RIT) promotes understanding of the migrant/refugee experience by drawing on the knowledge and perspectives of refugees themselves as well as local hosts, and working with them to develop case studies and reports of the towns in which they live. The project was conceived and is led by Karen Jacobsen, and is based at the Feinstein International Center at Tufts University. It is funded by the Henry J. Leir Foundation.

The Refugee Integration Conference (October 2) will provide a venue for practitioners, policymakers, and academic from around the world to share how their city/town/neighborhood is supporting migrant integration, as well as the challenges of exclusion. Participants will include local refugee resettlement coordinators, international aid workers, and refugees/IDPs. Our goal is for all audiences to walk away with fresh ideas for improving migrant-host integration in their community, and with a widened network of people working toward improving inclusivity.

October 03, 2020

Location: Online via Zoom

Free

The Refugees in Towns project (RIT) promotes understanding of the migrant/refugee experience by drawing on the knowledge and perspectives of refugees themselves as well as local hosts, and working with them to develop case studies and reports of the towns in which they live. The project was conceived and is led by Karen Jacobsen, and is based at the Feinstein International Center at Tufts University. It is funded by the Henry J. Leir Foundation.

The Refugee Integration Arts Festival (October 2 and 3) is an event that will bring together artists, researchers, and the broader public to explore the integration experiences of refugees and communities. This is a community oriented series of performances and workshops led by artists and guests local to the New England area, who will invite the public to actively engage with different forms of art (dance and music, theater, painting, creative writing, and photography). The guests will learn about the role of art in refugee integration and advocacy for rights in host societies. Through dynamic discussion, the public will also learn about the artists’ process, intention, and the meaning of artmaking for the immigrant experience and integration.

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Angkor Dance Troupe, Inc. is a 501 (c) 3 nonprofit.

Our mission is to connect communities through the preservation, education and innovation of Cambodian Performing Arts. All donations are tax-deductible.

P.O. Box 1553, Lowell, MA 01853

(978) 275-1823 | info@angkordance.org

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