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Announcement: ‘Boys on the Inside’ documentary film explores prison culture

Announcement: ‘Boys on the Inside’ documentary film explores prison culture

The International Examiner August 23, 2016 0

Boys on the Inside is a feature documentary film focused on a group of formerly incarcerated individuals speaking about prison culture and explores stories about being gay inside prison while also addressing the complexities of

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August 20, 2016 Arts Etc.

August 20, 2016 Arts Etc.

Alan Chong Lau August 23, 2016 0

Visual Arts The well-attended recent Seattle Art Fair provided a numbered of opportunities to get a glance at work and artists we don’t often see in this region. Bay Area artists such as Ruth

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Bleachbear—Asian American teens are back with <em>Cowboy Movie Star</em>

Bleachbear—Asian American teens are back with Cowboy Movie Star

Beia Giebel August 23, 2016 0

In 2012, two sisters named Tigerlily and Bird Cooley, with their cousin, Emiko Gantt, formed a band. At ages 12 and 14, they went up on stage at the University District Fair and have

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Wing Luke exhibit showcases textiles in human life

Wing Luke exhibit showcases textiles in human life

Ruth Vincent August 22, 2016 0

A room swathed in cloth invites us into the George Tsutakawa Gallery at the Wing Luke Museum to contemplate the relationship between textiles and the Asian American experience

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Announcement: Naoko Morisawa was selected for Merit Award at Art Port Townsend 2016

Announcement: Naoko Morisawa was selected for Merit Award at Art Port Townsend 2016

The International Examiner August 17, 2016 0

Naoko Morisawa received a Merit Award and cash award from six state wide open juried show at Art Port Townsend 2016 for her work My Collection – Gulliver (40x30inch). For more arts announcements, click here

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Find community, find unity: An interview with Sharon H. Chang

Find community, find unity: An interview with Sharon H. Chang

Michael Schmeltzer August 10, 2016 0

Scholar and activist Sharon H. Chang didn’t just write a sociological book examining racism in the United States. She wrote the historical, personal, and often neglected account of multiracial Asian children in America

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Compelling vocation in Burmese poetry anthology

Compelling vocation in Burmese poetry anthology

Laura McKee August 9, 2016 0

The anthology is skillfully edited by Ko Ko Thett and James Byrne—Thett is also a contributor and translator, and Byrne a translator. The organization is chronological, with each set of poems prefaced with a

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‘Hoshida Family Story’ paints complex picture of WWII incarceration

‘Hoshida Family Story’ paints complex picture of WWII incarceration

Chizu Omori August 8, 2016 0

Here is another story about how America’s policy of imprisoning Americans of Japanese ancestry during WWII affected one family. As we accumulate these stories, we are getting a deeper, more complex picture of the

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August 2016 Arts Etc.

August 2016 Arts Etc.

Alan Chong Lau August 6, 2016 0

Visual Arts New work by artists Junko Yamamoto and Akiko Masker at Arts West Gallery on view during the month of August until early Sept. Opening reception is on Thurs., August 11 from 6

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Against Forgetting Nagasaki and Nuclear War: An Interview with Susan Southard

Against Forgetting Nagasaki and Nuclear War: An Interview with Susan Southard

Tamiko Nimura August 4, 2016 0

In an election year when United States presidential candidates discuss “access to the nuclear codes,” it’s crucial to fight against historical amnesia and to remember the human cost of nuclear war. Anyone needing an

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