With a pandemic in its second wave, social movements occurring all over the country, and elections gearing up, our country is in dire need of art that has a message. Loud art. Bold art. Meaningful art. We are in need of art that speaks volumes. Our panelists are emerging and veteran artists who have turned their message of protest, strength, and unity into successful careers. Making their work accessible to the general public, they capture a unique space and stance on entrepreneurship and activism, all while staying true and active within their communities.
Join Asian Pacific Islander Cultural Center and This Asian American Life for our October 22 panel on The Art of Protest, featuring: Francis Wong (Asian Improv aRts), Bob Hsiang (community photographer), Shawna Chan (Bloody Girl Gang), and Cece Carpio (Trust Your Struggle).
Facilitated by Katie Quan, This Asian American Life
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