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Moni Mekhala and Ream Eyso Paperback – March 18, 2013
"Neverworld Wake" by Marisha Pessl
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About the Author
PRUMSODUN OK (b. 1987) is guided by love. He works to positively transform our world through his practice as an artist, teacher, writer, and maker of things. His interdisciplinary performances contemplate René Daumal’s expression of “the avant-garde in antiquity,” mining the tradition of Khmer classical dance to explore the intersection of contemporary social issues with new possibilities for performance. Prum has presented his original work at venues such as REDCAT (NOW Festival 2012, Studio: 2010 & 2009), Highways, KUNST-STOFF arts/fest, CounterPULSE, Pieter, and the University Art Museum at CSULB. His writings have been published by the Alliance for California Traditional Arts (ACTA), Salon.com, LA Stage Times, In Dance Magazine and featured by the California Dance Network. He has been a guest teacher at UCLA, and has spoken at conferences and panels through out the country. Currently, Prum is associate artistic director of Khmer Arts and serves on the board of directors of the Alliance for California Traditional Arts. He is the honored recipient of grants and fellowships from TED, Association of Performing Arts Presenters, Durfee Foundation, and the Center for Cultural Innovation, was a Master Artist in ACTA’s Apprenticeship Program and a mentee to Oguri through the Choreographers in Mentorship Exchange Grant. Prum is forever thankful to the many teachers and mentors who have graced his life: dancers Sophiline Cheam Shapiro, Penh Yom, and Oguri; vanguard composer Charles Boone; filmmakers Ernie Gehr, Brook Hinton, Jeanne Liotta, and George Kuchar; opera director Peter Sellars; and scholars David Gere and Anurima Banerji.
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