Created by Leilani Chan and Ova Saopeng, MASTERS OF THE CURRENTS is the first nationally touring play about Micronesians in the U.S. Calling upon the shared histories of refugees in Hawai'i, MASTERS OF THE CURRENTS follows the story of recent newcomers from Micronesia who have fled their island nations due to environmental and economic pressures.
She Who Has No Master(s) will be holding a reading at the Koret Auditorium, San Francisco Public Library on Wednesday, October 17, 2018 at 6-7:30pm. This event will feature Thi Bui, Lan Duong, Mong Lan, Isabelle Thuy Pelaud, Aimee Phan and Dao Strom who will present a collaborative poetry performance and readings.
LaoNow 2018 is this year’s premiere national Laotian American community gathering, featuring inspiring designers, filmmakers, storytellers, and chefs. This all-day event will bring together 350 community members to connect and celebrate our community’s shared heritage and our creative evolution, while supporting a brighter future for the next generation in Laos.
We’re celebrating the launch of Living Hyphen’s inaugural issue! Join us for an evening of food, drink, and showcases from diverse artists featured in our magazine. It will be a full night of mingling and art programming - all to celebrate the diverse voices found in Canadian art and literature. And of course, you’ll have the chance to pick up your very own copy of Living Hyphen!
San Joaquin Literary Association (SJLA)’s annual Rough Drafts reading is an opportunity for Fresno's literary community to come out in support of first-year writers from the Fresno State MFA program. Graduate students in fiction, nonfiction and poetry will read samples of their work, which makes Rough Drafts your first look at the next wave of Central Valley talent!
As the largest international Vietnamese film festival in the world, Viet Film Fest showcases the best creative work by and about Vietnamese people. Through the universal language of film, Viet Film Fest brings together multiple perspectives to expand the scope and horizons of Vietnamese cinema.
Inspired by Indonesian arts and cultural traditions, Indonesia Kontemporer is a creative event mixing exhibitions, performances, workshops, crafts, film screenings, as well as food and handicrafts stalls.
CELEBRATING THE ASIAN AMERICAN LGBTQ+ EXPERIENCE brings together queer identified artists, musicians, and writers in historic downtown Los Angeles at the Chinese American Museum for Lambda Literary’s LitFest 2018.