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Congratulations to LCC for receiving the Massachusetts Cultural Council Gold Star Award for their Folktales Project. The Gold Star Award was only rewarded to a select few organizations throughout Massachusetts.

Photo Collection & Traveling Exhibit

Transit Number Picture Why: April 17, 2010 will be the 35th anniversary of the Khmer Rouge takeover of Phnom Penh, Cambodia. T (transit) number photos taken in refugee camps and holding centers, as well as related stories, poems, or words will be collected for display. The traveling exhibit will also consist of dance costumes and photos from the pre-genocide years, "Remember" — portraits of S-21 prisoners painted on rough silk by Rachel Faller, and textile and dance costumes from the post-genocide years. The materials will be available for travel nationwide, with the hope of returning to Lowell on the 40th anniversary of the Khmer Rouge regime for permanent display.
How to Submit Your Photo & Story

1. Contact Sayon Soeun at 978.275.1822 or

- or -

2. Fill out entry form and mail your entries to Light of Cambodian Children, Inc. P.O. Box 1324, Lowell, MA 01853

(Originals will be professionally retouched and returned.)


For other inquiries, contact:

Kowith Kret at 978.322.4320 or

Sidney Liang at 978.804.0860 |

Exhibit & Events

The exhibit will be held at the American Textile History Museum

491 Dutton St. Lowell, MA | 978.441.0400

April 17-July 25, 2010


(We have planned supplement special programming events. They

include: Film screenings, panel discussions, dance costume

workshops, gallery talks, and more.)

A project of Light of Cambodian Children, Inc., in collaboration with American Textile History Museum, Angkor Dance Troupe, Lowell National Historical Park, Khmer Legacies Project, Cultural Organization of Lowell, Lowell Community Health Center, and Voice of Cambodian Children.