Newsletter 2015

Celebrating and Preserving Cambodia's Rich Cultural History
     -More Sculpture Returns to Cambodia
     -Cambodian Ministry of Culture and Fine Arts Commits Funds for Battambang Museum 
National Museum of Cambodia—Ceramics and Metals Laboratories Train International Students
Young Scholars, Young Artists, New Works and Reverence for Tradition
       -Sophiline Dance Ensemble
       -Em Theay, Royal Ballet of Cambodia
       -Muong Chanraksmey and Phon Kaseka at
         International Conference
       -Seang Sophany Excavating Kiln
       -Chhum Sovana Mealea Reconstructing
         Cooking Pot at Shipwreck Site
      -Tho Thon Conducting Field Research at Koh
         Ker site
       -Sok Chanrado Training in Film-making at
         Bophana Center


Newsletter 2014

Five Statues Return to Cambodia
FOKCI support for History of Angkor, by
Michael Vickery
Metals Conservation Laboratory Restores Silver and Gold Buddhas
Stockman Foundation Grant to FOKCI for Ceramics and Metals Labs
1,000 Pieces of Pottery Recovered from Shipwreck: Multi-year Repair, Documentation, and Training Project


Newsletter 2013

Banteay Chmar Feasibility Study Completed
Ceramics Center Unearthed at Cheung Ek
Season of Cambodia Festival
Urgent Maintenance for National Museum of Cambodia
Project for Repair and Improvements at Battambang Museum


Newsletter 2012

Banteay Chmar Feasibility Survey
Carpenter Foundation Grant for Metals and Ceramics Laboratories
Conservation Training, from Dr. Paul Jett
Research and Conference Stipends for Young
Conference on Special Topics in Khmer Studies:
Religion, Permanent Exhibition of Ceramics, Preah Norodom Sihanouk Angkor Museum, Siem Reap
Torp Chey Kiln Excavation Project