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Second Annual Art Exhibit

We are preparing for the second art exhibit partnering with the InterContinental Phnom Penh in just 2 days!

Today Ms Anna and Ms Kelli dropped off all the artwork to be hung and labeled.

Then the opening of the “Out and About” Exhibit is at 6pm on Thursday, 13 December!

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Upcoming Art Exhibit

NISC and the InterContinental Phnom Penh are teaming up for an art exhibit Phnom Penh.  The exhibit will be on display from 21 November through 11 December, the opening evening will be 21 November at 4pm at the InterContinental Phnom Penh.

Primary and upper school students have been working since the start of school to create art about Phnom Penh, come check us out:

Airport Exhibit

Exciting news for the Northbridge International School Cambodia (NISC) community, there is an exhibit of student artwork displayed at the Phnom Penh Airport.  With the help of Mr. Norinda Khek and Ms. Silen Young at the Phnom Penh Airport; Northbridge has 25 pieces of art and 10 quotes from students about what art is for them in the exhibition.  So if you are traveling for the holidays, please take a look and see the wonderful collection of things we have been working on in the NISC art rooms with Mr. Adam or Ms. Kelli.  It is a small sample of all the talent that our students possess from kindergarten to grade 12.  Congratulations to the following students: Laurens Espada, James Thay, Tzu Wei Lien, Pisey Chan, Christina Veasna, Haven Cody, Hwan Hyu Seo, Myung Seon Kim, Melanie Ens, Shane Gladwin, Hyun Wook (Tommy)Lee, Mario Chan Correia, Joshua Farrugia, Natasia Escubil, Malika Cuthill, Sonica Sinoy, Jasmine Triyono, Boris Huoth, Phallin Chan, Johnny Sambath, Mongkol Song, Hieng Chisieng, Tanya Anh, Bandith Phat, and Thipdey Monorom; their artwork will be on display from 6 December  until 6 January.

Students were able to go see their artwork in the exhibit at an opening on Wednesday, 15 December at 9:30am.

Much thanks to the airport for hosting Northbridge International School Cambodia’s first public exhibit.