Witness the future of Cambodian art and design


On August 30, 2017, the second generation of our Visual and Applied Arts students will showcase their personal project at the National Institute of Education in Phnom Penh.

The personal project is the last step of the student’s training to show their talent and skills in the field of the speciality they have chosen.
This is an 8 months’ work where the students must prove their capacity for research, develop, produce and communicate their project with efficiency and esthetic.

Don’t miss out the opportunity to witness the future of Cambodia Art & Design!

Opening of the exhibition on August 30, 2017 from 5pm to 8pm. The exhibition will be open until September 06, from 08am to 5pm (except on Sunday).


4th CAMBODIA DIGICON6, contest 2017

On the morning of the 18th, the National Television of Kampuchea host the screening program of the 4th Cambodia DIGICON6 2017 contest and announce the winners under the protocol of HE Khieu Kanharith, Minister of Information. And the winners are…. graduates and students of VAAS! Congratulations to all for your amazing achievment!

1st rank: BO Hak

Price: 1 million riels and a supplementary fund from HE Khieu Kanharith, Minister of Information, for US $ 200.

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2d rank: (Year 2 animation)

PHANN Sokheng, KAN Chan Thorn, HIEB Kavai, HAI Sopheak

Price: 400,000 riel and the support of HE Khieu Kanharith, Minister of Information, for $ 200.



3th rank: CHHUN Sambath

Price: 400,000 riel and the support of HE Khieu Kanharith, Minister of Information, for $ 200.

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All the group will represent Cambodia in the upcoming DigiCon6 Asia Comic Book Competition in Tokyo!

We are very pride of you! 



Students of VAAS had the chance to get introduce to video mapping technics thanks the skills of a famous street artist and video mapper from Belgium, Mike Latona.


During 3 weeks, they practiced the different steps of production from the original picture or drawing, to special effects compositing, editing, video production, and of course practice the final mapping on different supports, thanks to a open source free software named MAP MAP.

Mike’s target was to introduce, practice and help on supervising the first installation of video mapping that will be presented during the open days at Phare Ponleu Selpak, the next coming 7th of July.

His patience, skills and warm attitude touched every students and open new gate of creativity and new perspective of  work.