Their most recent works, which received wide acclaim, were “Agangamasor” and “His Magic Power.”
Thirty-six masterworks of Cambodia’s collection of some 7,000 bronzes will show at the Smithsonian’s Sackler Gallery.
The festival will allow some of these apprentices to showcase work they have practiced for years.
"Breaking the Silence" is a play of real stories of people who survived the Khmer Rouge regime.
A story about a student who dreamed about a better world: a man of 52 meets his mother of 75.
A story about a little girl, who wanted to say sorry but could not: she’s now 38 years old.
A story about two women who were young, so very young when their lives were ruined: and now are two adult women in their 40’s.
A story about a girl who stopped talking: then she was a teenager, now she’s 47.
A story about betrayal and guilt: a 76 year old woman, caring for her 51 year old son.
A story about divided people: two women and two men in their 50’s.
A story about a boy and a girl who were once upon a time dear friends: they are now nearly 50 years old.
To Zahi Hawass, each return is a victory, not just for Egypt, but for all mankind.