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Our 7 Year Anniversary Party TBA
Past Events and Exhibitions
Saturday December 8th
Garage Fest Cambodia
Cambodian Women of Song
Friday June 21st
FOLK ART and BLUES
This year’s festival kicks off on Australian Day – Saturday January 26 at Phnom Penh’s majestic heritage venue Chinese House then travel across the Kindom via train, bus, plane, tuk tuk, bicycle and moto dop! Along the way we’ll be hosting a festival of brilliant local and international artists, some well known, others just getting rolling. Fab Fest will be stopping in at ––––>>
Phnom Penh | Jan 26
Kampot | Jan 30
Siem Reap | Feb 2 -3
Battambang | Feb 6
Mondulkiri Feb | 9-10
Folk Art & Blues Festival is produced by the Cambodian Space Project and is dedicated to the memory of Kak Channthy R.I.P.
‘All music is folk music. I ain’t never heard a horse sing a song.’ — Louis Armstrong
Mick Thomas in-store
Sept 15th 4-8pm
Thrilled to have Mick Thomas, Australian music legend performing with Julien Poulson from The Cambodian Space Project at Wang Dang Doodle for a special in-store performance. You def don’t wanna miss this shindig as it’s Micks only show in Cambodia with festivities starting at 4pm
Soon’s Cambodian Woodcut Exhibition
September 1st 6-9pm
We are very proud to present Khun Gechsoun aka Soon first exhibition of woodcuts. Soon’s art depicts scenes of Kampot life – women workers in fishing and farming communities, as well as, curious, and often comical views of daily life in and around Cambodia’s tranquil but fast-developing coastal province. Soon employs and teaches local women arts & crafts skills and will bring together their works, alongside her own striking images, in a unique women’s perspective on work and life for women of the Province, Kampot
CSP Mothership Live
SPACE FOUR ZERO is proud to present new paintings by Brooklyn-based artist Julia Haw. Stirring, reflective and powerful with immense attention to detail, ‘Same Same But Different’ leaves an an ineffaceable impression on the viewer. The work examines the similarities and differences between Southeast Asian and Western cultures, utilising political and historical realities, social interactions and humour.
Following her first visit to Cambodia in 2015, Julia Haw returned in 2018 to pursue an opportunity to volunteer with Colors of Cambodia, an NGO providing free art education to local children. During this time, she immersed herself in the creation of a new series surrounding her observations and experiences of the country.
Julia Haw “Same, Same But Different” lands Saturday Feb 17 at the all all new Wang Dang Doodle By SPACE FOUR ZERO 30 EO St 240 (in the 240 1/2 Art alley by ARTillery) from 6 to 11pm with bites by FAT Passion, Tunes by DJ B.O from Shanghai and Beer by Kingdom.
Frankie Teardrop Dead In-Store
We are thrilled to have Frankie Teardrop Dead as our first of many in-store performances this Monday Feb 26th at the all new SPACE FOUR ZERO Wang Dang Doodle Vinyl Lounge and Art Gallery on 240 1/2 in the art alley by ARTillery.
More To Come!