Aquarium from Austronesia — NYC Pier 25

Aquarium from Austronesia Aboard the Historic Lilac Steamship Pier 25, New York, NY | June 16th, 23rd and 30th, 2012 | 8:00PM-11:30PM http://www.austronesian-institute.org/ “The boat has…been for our civilization, from the sixteenth century until the present…the greatest reserve of the imagination.” – Michel Foucault In a series of summer Saturday soirees under the orchestration ofContinue reading “Aquarium from Austronesia — NYC Pier 25”

“Cultures Of Resistance” — Artists On Arts & Activism Suheir Hammad, Sidd Joag, Iara Lee, Paul D. Miller — Workshop | Film Screening | Panel Discussion

Asian/Pacific/American Institute at NYU presents “Cultures Of Resistance” — Artists On Arts & Activism Suheir Hammad, Sidd Joag, Iara Lee, Paul D. Miller (aka DJ Spooky) Workshop | Film Screening | Panel Discussion Wednesday, November 2, 2011 RSVP to WORKSHOP and FILM/PANEL: online at www. apa.nyu.edu | apa.rsvp@nyu.edu | 212.992.9653 FREE and open to theContinue reading ““Cultures Of Resistance” — Artists On Arts & Activism Suheir Hammad, Sidd Joag, Iara Lee, Paul D. Miller — Workshop | Film Screening | Panel Discussion”

POST-9/11 BROWN HIP HOP SHOW Featuring MC Chee Malabar and DJ Ali

POST-9/11 BROWN HIP HOP SHOW Featuring MC Chee Malabar and DJ Ali Friday, October 14 8 -10 PM Northwestern University, Evanston, IL Wallis Theater (TIC) FREE! Check out the event Facebook page for more info!     Made possibly by: Weinberg College of Arts and Sciences – Asian American Studies – Initiative on Comparative RaceContinue reading “POST-9/11 BROWN HIP HOP SHOW Featuring MC Chee Malabar and DJ Ali”

APRIL 24, Downtown Los Angeles. Hidden Legacy: A tribute to teachers of Japanese traditional arts in the wartime WRA camps

Hidden Legacy: A tribute to teachers of Japanese traditional arts in the wartime WRA camps, featuring seven living artists of that period, will be held on Saturday, April 24 at Koyasan Buddhist Temple, 342 East 1st Street, Los Angeles, CA 90012. The program will start at 3 pm, featuring performances of classical odori (dance), biwaContinue reading “APRIL 24, Downtown Los Angeles. Hidden Legacy: A tribute to teachers of Japanese traditional arts in the wartime WRA camps”

Chicago Asian American Showcase April 2-15, 2010

Featuring Films, Music, Visual Art Exhibition, and Performance http://www.faaim.org/ ABOUT US The Foundation for Asian American Independent Media (FAAIM) was founded in 1995 by journalist Ben Kim, and musicians Sooyoung Park and William Shin. Known then as Fortune4, the organization’s first project was a New York Times- and MTV-lauded recording and subsequent tour of AsianContinue reading “Chicago Asian American Showcase April 2-15, 2010”

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