About KACC

Our Vision:

To provide and teach the Cambodian's Culture and Fine Arts to the younger generation of Cambodians and Cambodian Americans through dancing lesson and literature with an up to date information and records.

Our Mission

To solicit, preserve, educate, and share the Cambodian's Culture and Fine Arts to the community.

History of Khmer Arts Cultural Center Inc. (KACC)

The Khmer Arts Cultural Center Inc., is a non-profit organization and established in 2006. It is located in Long Beach, California. The organization was founded by a group of volunteers (Ms. Nary Loeung, Ms. Vary Foster, Ms. Beverly Oum, Ms. Puthy Davison and Cambodian parents) who have a passion to preserve, educate and teach the great Cambodian's Culture and Fine Arts to the younger generation of Cambodians and Cambodian Americans. Ms. Nary Loeung, President of the KACC, has dedicated her time, knowledge and skill volunteering to manage the program and the facility. Ms. Puthy Davison graduated from the Royal University of Fine Arts, Phnom Penh, Cambodia. She volunteering her talent and teach classes on weekend. The Khmer Arts Cultural Center has over twenty students ranging from five years old to eighteen years old; and is growing.

The Khmer Arts Cultural Center, has been serving the community for the past three years. KACC have been invited to perform at public events, such as, the honorable Mayor of the City of Long Beach, Bob Foster's Inaugural 2006, the Cambodian New Year's Parade and Celebrations, Long Beach Unity Organization, California State University Long Beach, the Southeast Asian Scholarship Funds 2009, Martin Luther King Jr.™ Parade, The Grand Opening of the New Mark Twain Library in Long Beach, The World AIDS Day 2007, The Spirit of Long Beach 2009, and many more.

In November 2008, Anthony Kim, Commissioner, of the Community Development Advisory Commission for the City of Long Beach, Vice President of the Los Angeles County Cambodian Employee Association, Chair of the Finance Committee, Cambodian Coordinating Council (CAM-CC) and President of the Cambodian Humanitarian Relief Association (CAMHRA), was elected by the Board of Directors of KACC to serve as Chairman of the Khmer Arts Cultural Center (term 2009-2010). Mr. Anthony Kim's passion, skill, knowledge and ability will bring a positive aspect to the Khmer Arts Cultural Center. 

The Khmer Arts Cultural Center - In December of 2008, volunteers at the KACC received recognition from the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisor, 4th District, and the honorable Mr. Don Knabe.