Cambodia’s largest independent arts center invites locals and foreigners to join our hub for creativity, community vitality, and lifelong learning.
CAMBODIA’S LARGEST INDEPENDENT ARTS CENTER INVITES LOCALS AND FOREIGNERS TO JOIN OUR HUB FOR CREATIVITY, COMMUNITY VITALITY, AND LIFELONG LEARNING.
sat25mar7:30 pm9:00 pmSIMA FESTIVAL (DAY 5: IMMIGRATION)7:30 pm – 9:00 pm Event Type :Film Screenings
sun26mar7:30 pm9:00 pmSIMA FESTIVAL (DAY 6: PRISON & POLICING)7:30 pm – 9:00 pm Event Type :Film Screenings
tue28mar7:00 pm8:30 pmREGARDING SUSAN SONNTAG (FEMALE ARTISTS ON FILM)7:00 pm – 8:30 pm Event Type :Film Screenings
tue28mar7:30 pm9:00 pmSIMA FESTIVAL (DAY 7: OVERCOMING DIFFERENCES)7:30 pm – 9:00 pm Event Type :Film Screenings
wed29mar7:30 pm9:00 pmSIMA FESTIVAL (DAY 8: DISABILITY)7:30 pm – 9:00 pm Event Type :Film Screenings
thu30mar7:30 pm9:00 pmENEMIES OF THE PEOPLE (CAMBODIAN HISTORY)7:30 pm – 9:00 pm Event Type :Film Screenings
Our 3 month program:
Click to download
The Meta House Goethe-Center promotes student success through a cultural, academic and social framework in collaboration with community partners.
German Hospitality in the Penh
Germany’s capital Berlin is famous for its awesome nightlife: countless bars, pubs and events, combined with one of the best club scenes of the world.
At Meta’s Berlin Bar the Cambodian owner aims to emulate its namesake, to be a hub of Phnom Penh’s new party culture where diversity is welcome and ideas flow. If you can’t visit Germany, you can, at least, drink and eat there.
The menu includes German sausages and premium beers (wheat, blonde and dark); friendly service, live concerts, open-air-fim screenings and weekend DJ sessions add to the fun.
Daily opening hours: 8am – Midnight (closed on Mondays).
Homemade Italian Food
Are you hungry for a new experience? The Italian city Genova is heaven for foodies. The birthplace of the basil-based sauce “pesto” is also a seafood hub, where street-corner eateries or award-winning restaurants showcase top-quality produce.
“Genova” is operated by Genova-native Roberto Boero and his wife, who strive to serve the best homemade pasta and pizza in Phnom Penh at moderate prices.
Everything is cooked to order. So be prepared to wait a few minutes longer, while enjoying a glass of red wine – it’s worth it.
Daily opening hours: 5pm – 10pm.
For reservations or take-away, please email us or call 095-392525
LATEST BLOG ENTRIES
LATEST BLOG ENTRIES
It’s not a gun
Those who get around the traps regularly would recognise photographer Steve Porte, whose work is hard to escape if you are a Phnom Penh musician.
Tea with the Colonels
I am in Mae Sam Laep, a small frontier post on the Thai side of the Salween River, eight hours by elephant from Ban Houei
Musik Unter Palmen
Als Folge des 2. Weltkrieges gab es von 1949 bis 1990 zwei deutsche Staaten. Im Jahr 1969 war Kambodscha das dritte Land außerhalb des Ostblocks, dass das kommunistische Ost-Deutschland (“Deutsche Demokratische Republik” / DDR) anerkannte.
Modern women and their new code of conduct
Even if your dream is to be a full-time housewife, or to become a photographer, an engineer, work towards having the chance to make choices.
Honecker, Hallstein and Pol Pot
The Berlin Wall may have fallen in 1989, but nostalgia for communist East -Germany lives on in the hearts of approximately 4000 Cambodians who took refuge in the German Democratic Republic (GDR) during the civil war of the 1980s.
Although the Vietnamese ended the genocidal Pol Pot regime in 1979, they did not bring complete peace and security for Cambodia. Cambodia was isolated from Western countries until the “Paris Peace Agreement” in 1991, which brought diplomatic and economic relations with the USA, European Union and the rest of the world