We organized the 2nd International Khmer Ceramics Festival (IFCF).
Ancient Khmer and Southeast Asian Ceramics: New Archaeological Findings, Production and the Revival of Techniques
This conference aims to bring together Cambodian and international scholars specialized in ancient Khmer ceramics, with contemporary potters and craftsmen working in the revival of ancient production techniques. The objective is to raise awareness of the archaeological importance of ancient Cambodian ceramics and the new opportunities for sustainable economic development in the region through ceramic technology. Scholars based in Southeast Asia are especially encouraged to participate.
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Conference Ancient Khmer Ceramics:
New Archaeological Findings, Production and the Revival of Techniques.
- Economics of ceramics in Ancient Cambodia.
- Craft and production in ancient Cambodia.
- Appraising and typology of ancient Khmer ceramics.
- Chronology of Khmer ceramics.
- Revitalization of ceramic production in Cambodia.
- Contemporary ceramic production and slowing the illicit trade of antiquities
iq option turbo Wednesday, December 10, 2008:
12:30 – Registration opens at Wat Damnak Pagoda in front of CKS library.
13:00 – Meet at Wat Damnak Pagoda in front of CKS library for kiln site visit.
13:15 – Depart by private coach for Tani kiln site. Return drop-off at Wat Damnak at about 17:30
19:00 – Optional pre-conference activities at the Raffles Grand Hotel d’Angkor
20:00 – Dinner Buffet: International and Asian Food at Apsara Terrace inside Raffles Grand Hotel d’Angkor.
Thursday, December 11, 2008:
8:00 – Registration opens at CKS Conference Hall, Wat Damnak, Siem Reap
8:30 – Opening of the conference by Philippe Peycam, CKS Director, Mr. Serge Rega, NCKCR, and Dr. Dawn Rooney
Part I – New Perspectives in our Understanding of Ancient Ceramics
Panel 1 – Economics and Conservation of Ancient Khmer Ceramics.
10:00 Tea Break
Panel 2 – Ancient and Contemporary Khmer Kiln Sites
12:00 Buffet Lunch
Part II – Revitalization of ceramic production in Cambodia: A way to combat the illicit trade of antiquities, and to generate economic growth.
17:30 – Discussion on prospective collaborations – Moderator: Dr. Philippe Peycam, CKS Director
17:50 – Closing by Dr. Philippe Peycam
Friday, December 12, 2008:
08:00 – Meet in front of CKS library, Wat Damnak and depart by private coach to visit the ceramics workshop and ancient kiln reconstruction at the National Center for Khmer Ceramics Revival. Includes solar ceramics demonstration by Mr. Chris Jordan.
11:00 – Visit to Wat Bo Pagoda ceramics collection – Drop off back at CKS library before
19:00 – Optional post-conference exhibition of contemporary ceramics reception and drinks at the Victoria Angkor Resort and Spa Hotel.
20:30 – Optional dinner
16:00 – “The reconstruction of Thnarl Mrech kiln” Mr. Serge Rega – Founder and director of National Center for Khmer Ceramics Revival, Ceramist Master
16:20 “Wood firing for vitrified ceramics” Janet Mansfield – Ceramic Art and Perception, Ceramics Technical magazines, Ceramist.
16:40 “A Potter’s Point of View – ‘Evidence of the Hand’” – Mr. Alan Lacovetsky
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17:00 “Changes in Dankwean that brought about ceramic development” – Prof. Louis Katz – Texas A&M University Corpus Christi, Professor of Art (Ceramics) and Suwanee Natewong, Umdang Ceramics, Ceramist
17:20 “Antiquities theft and sustainable development” Klaus Rominger – The University of Nottingham, U.K.
Presented by Dougald O’Reilly, Heritage Watch.
17:40 Questions. Moderator: Professor Louis Katz, Texas A&M University.
17:55 Discussion on prospective collaborations. Moderator: Dr. Philippe Peycam, director, CKS.
18:25 Closing by Dr. Philippe Peycam, CKS.
Saturday December 15, 2007:
08:30 -Visit to the ceramics workshop and ancient kiln reconstruction at the National Center for Khmer Ceramics Revival.
10:30 – Visit of ceramics exposition in the venerable house – Wat Bo.