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‘Camouflage Net Project’ brings light to injustice

‘Camouflage Net Project’ brings light to injustice

Aya Bisbee November 8, 2017 0

Tara Tamaribuchi draws inspiration from her personal experiences, her life as a mother, and her ancestral history in her art practice. Growing up, Tamaribuchi heard stories about her father being born in “camp,” but

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‘Gook’ tells the complex story of the L.A. Riots from a Korean American perspective

‘Gook’ tells the complex story of the L.A. Riots from a Korean American perspective

Aya Bisbee August 29, 2017 0

Justin Chon’s Sundance award-winning film, 'Gook,' is set during the 1992 Los Angeles Riots and looking back twenty-five years later, it is still extremely relevant. 'Gook' is inspired by the experience of Chon’s family

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‘Teardrops that Wound’ is an immersive, multidimensional exhibition

‘Teardrops that Wound’ is an immersive, multidimensional exhibition

Aya Bisbee August 3, 2017 0

'Teardrops that Wound: The Absurdity of War,' is currently showing at the Wing Luke Museum. The show features contemporary work by Asian Pacific American artists approaching the subject of war from diverse perspectives and

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SIFF: Finding Kukan a personal film for Robin Lung

SIFF: Finding Kukan a personal film for Robin Lung

Aya Bisbee June 12, 2017 0

She was an activist, a playwright, an actress, a cook, a pilot, a filmmaker, and a woman who did not put up with the status quo. Li Ling-Ai was a second generation Chinese-American who

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