Spotlight Series: Khmer Amarak Performing Arts

Pier 62 | Free
Thursday August 29, 6–8 pm

Join us at Pier 62 to experience Cambodian arts and culture!

Open to all ages

About the Event

Friends of Waterfront Park and the Khmer Amarak Performing Arts crew are coming to Pier 62 for another installment of Spotlight of Waterfront Park! Enjoy a captivating showcase of traditional Khmer robam (dance) and pleng (music) performed by talented youth from the Khmer Community of Seattle King County (KCSKC). This free, all-ages event highlights the beauty and vibrancy of Cambodian culture. Don’t miss this chance to immerse yourself in the traditions and artistry of the Khmer community!

 

About Khmer Amarak Performing Arts

Khmer Amarak Performing Arts is Khmer Community of Seattle King County (KCSKC)’s free all-ages, youth-focused traditional Khmer robam (dance) and pleng (music) program. Students learn to dance traditional Khmer classical and folk robam and/or play traditional Khmer instruments that originate from Cambodia. Students perform at public events, festivals, and Khmer New Year to increase their confidence and pride in sharing and preserving their Khmer culture.

 

Accessibility

Friends strives to ensure Waterfront Park and our events are inclusive, accessible, and welcoming to everyone. Please visit our accessibility resources webpage here to learn more about our offerings.

About the space: Pier 62 is an outdoor space in downtown Seattle providing various amenities such as seating, shade, water, cooling fans, and ADA accessible restrooms (see our accessibility webpage for a full list of resources). Waterfront Park is still under construction until 2025, accessible routes/navigation may be impacted.

Please email [email protected] with any questions or specific accommodation requests for events.

Please fill out our park experience survey HERE with any feedback on how we can make your experience more comfortable and accessible.

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