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VOICES RISING

WHAT'S NEXT FOR ASIAN AMERICANS IN THE ARTS?

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LIVE IN NYC
CUNY Elebash Auditorium
365 5th Ave, NYC 10016


MAY 09 2024
Doors: 6:30 PM | 7:00 - 8:30 PM
FREE with registration

Jose Antonio Vargas

Qian Julie Wang

Mira Jacob

Pooja Reddy

David Henry Hwang

Juju Chang

Naomi Funaki

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SPEAKERS & PERFORMERS

ABOUT THE EVENT

The recent surge in anti-Asian hate has been met with an unprecedented celebration of Asian American

   creators at the highest levels on the national stage. From the success of television shows,

     documentaries, and films to best-selling books and graphic novels by artists of Asian descent,

       Asian Americans in the post-pandemic era are drawing themselves and their stories into

         existence more than ever, using art as a form of representation and resistance. 

 

            In honor of Asian American Pacific Islander Heritage Month and during a pivotal moment

              for Asian American representation in the arts, The WNET Group's ALL ARTS and

                Exploring Hate initiatives team up with The Serica Initiative to proudly present

                  "Voices Rising: What's Next for Asian Americans in the Arts?" A panel of celebrated

                     Asian American artists will discuss where we are post-pandemic, how to keep

                       the momentum going, and what’s next for the Asian American artist

                         community, in a live, recorded discussion followed by artistic performances.

 

                                           You must register at the form below to be able to attend. 

                                                     Seating and entry is first come, first served.

                                The program will be recorded and broadcast on ALL ARTS and

                                           streamed across all partner platforms at a later date.

It’s a very complicated moment. We want to celebrate, but at the same time, we have to recognize that much more needs to be done.

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- Filmmaker Gina Kim to the Washington Post

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Voices Rising

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