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Inside Out Project: Calling Artists in NYC
So what’s this Inside Out Project? Well, it was founded by JR, winner of a TED prize. As a part of this project, Stefanie emailed us saying that she’s working on a project specifically to talk about the under-representation of Asian … Continue reading
Posted in New York, The Arts Tagged art project, artists, inside out project, NYC, photos Leave a comment
ChannelAPA on the East Coast
What’s up everybody? This is Steve from channelAPA.com, and I just want to say that I’m very enthusiastic about the partnership that we’ve formed with our friends here at 8Asians! Along with the videos that you’ll be seeing on channelAPA’s … Continue reading
Posted in Entertainment, Music, The Arts Tagged artists, asian americans, behind the scenes, channelAPA, comedy, film, music 2 Comments
Imagined Futures Conference in Los Angeles for up and coming APA artists
As a graduate of the UCLA Asian American Studies Department, I am usually pretty interested in events that are sponsored by my former department at my alma mater. The upcoming “Imagined Futures” conference definitely piques my interest not just because … Continue reading
Posted in Movies, The Arts Tagged apa, artists, conference, JANM, Japanese American, Japanese American National Museum, la, los angeles, workshops 2 Comments