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Queer, transgender South Asian anthology celebrates anniversary

Queer, transgender South Asian anthology celebrates anniversary

Imana Gunawan June 20, 2016 0

For many South Asian queer and transgender individuals, addressing both their queer and trans identity with their Desi families is akin to a balancing act. But an anthology, which recently celebrated its first anniversary

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Arts Etc. – June 19, 2016

Arts Etc. – June 19, 2016

Alan Chong Lau June 19, 2016 0

The latest Arts Etc. from Arts Editor Alan Lau

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Mood Indigo, an exhibition on a textile that covers the world

Mood Indigo, an exhibition on a textile that covers the world

Ruth Vincent June 18, 2016 0

Cloth is raised from the dye vat; oxygen interacts with the indigo and the magical transformation begins. Gradually, before our eyes, the color mutates from a soft yellow-green to varying intensities of blue. But

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‘The Final Master’ director Xu Haofeng talks history, martial arts

‘The Final Master’ director Xu Haofeng talks history, martial arts

Yayoi Lena Winfrey June 17, 2016 0

With his love for fine art, Xu naturally includes fashionably dressed characters in this period piece about rivaling martial arts schools. Besides its glamorous visual tone, the film also features jazz-infused music—another deviation from

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Naoko Morisawa’s Morse Code Project featured at Seattle Center

Naoko Morisawa’s Morse Code Project featured at Seattle Center

The International Examiner June 16, 2016 0

Seattle Center is collaborating with the Seattle Office of Arts & Culture to bring Temporary Art Installations to campus year-round. Naoko Morisawa was one of four artists selected as part of Seattle Center’s Poetry

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Films: ‘Kaili Blues,’ ‘Gurukulam’ highlight reality, ‘Streets’ finds its roots

Films: ‘Kaili Blues,’ ‘Gurukulam’ highlight reality, ‘Streets’ finds its roots

Yayoi Lena Winfrey June 16, 2016 0

A quietly radical style of filmmaking is presented by 26 year-old writer/director Bi Gan in Kaili Blues. Unfolding like a fantastic dream, with its ethereal characters floating against hazy mountain terrain, this hypnotic, visually

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Paint Your Wagon: Asian American actors reflect on new roles

Paint Your Wagon: Asian American actors reflect on new roles

Roxanne Ray June 16, 2016 0

A wider array of actors will have opportunities to perform in The 5th Avenue Theatre’s new adaptation of Paint Your Wagon.  Instead of a cast of almost-entirely white males, the new version will feature

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Arts Etc. – June 8, 2016

Arts Etc. – June 8, 2016

Alan Chong Lau June 8, 2016 0

“Thread It Together: Sewing and Quilting Workshop” takes place on Sat., June 25 from 12 – 3:30pm at Wing Luke Museum. In this workshop you can take a tour of the new exhibition “Everything

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‘Caught’ is a wild free fall through trap doors

‘Caught’ is a wild free fall through trap doors

Seayoung Yim June 2, 2016 0

Chen has always been interested in various art forms such as film, music, literature, theater directing, and sketch comedy

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Satpreet Kahlon: ‘Art is in my bones, in my veins.’

Satpreet Kahlon: ‘Art is in my bones, in my veins.’

Justine Chan June 2, 2016 0

There’s a quality of the tumbleweed in each of Indian American multimedia artist Satpreet Kahlon’s pieces: They start from a concept, a wish, and start tumbling and gathering in fistfuls of crinkled cloth scraps,

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