We had a blast at the Critical Mixed Race Studies Conference in November of 2014.
We were honored to have such a talented, global cast, for the LIVE event.
Here are some of the clips from the LIVE event on the closing night of the conference!
Note: Mature Language in several of the pieces.
Part 1 – Joe Hernandez-Kolski (with guest Dustin)
Part 2– Joe Hernandez-Kolski
Part 3-Tangled Roots (Katy Massey, Zodwa Nyoni, Lladel Bryant, Adam Lowe)
Part 5-Tania Cañas
Part 6– Fred Sasaki
Part 7 – Joe Hernandez- Kolski
The 4th Annual New Orleans Loving Festival is seeking original artwork and short films with themes concerning “race, racism and the multiracial experience” for a juried group art exhibition. The art show is tentatively scheduled for June 7 through July 7 of 2014 in New Orleans, Louisiana. Please follow the guidelines below for consideration:
- ART Submissions must include your bio or resume, high resolution photo(s) of the artwork, and a description – including the title, size, medium, and the year the artwork was produced. Artwork created before 2012 should not be submitted for consideration.
- SHORT FILM Submissions must include your bio or resume, a film synopsis, and web link to preview the film (or screener DVD).
The DEADLINE for receiving submissions is Sunday, April 13, 2014.
Hey, San Francisco!
Answer this CALL FOR FESTIVAL ENTRIES for shows and events to celebrate Pacific Islander and Asian Heritage Month in May 2014! The 17th Annual United States of Asian America Festival is looking for all mediums of art and culture welcome!
This year’s theme — “The Spaces Between.” That is, subject(s) of your submission should focus on themes related to Asian American culture and specifically to the spaces between people, places, times, communities, or cultures; to the building of coalitions; to the celebration of differences; to the closing of gaps created by injustice and inequality; or to honoring the intersections of identities. Mixed race artists are strongly encouraged to apply! he deadline for submission is 11:59pm on Wednesday, January 15, 2014. http://apiculturalcenter.org/index.php?option=com_content&view=section&id=7&Itemid=56