Where Kodomo no Hi and Día de los Niños meet at JACCC. A multi-ethnic celebration for children and their families including arts & crafts workshops, games, food and performances on the plaza... LEARN MORE.
Join us for our first “art happening” with the celebration of three sacred trees in Little Tokyo. These trees have been standing as pillars of the Little Tokyo community for over 130 years, making them the longest standing entities in the area... LEARN MORE.
Navarasa Dance Theater creates a unique movement language inspired by South Indian classical dance (bharata natyam), martial arts (kalari payattu) and yoga with gravity defying aerial dance, song and dialogue. Mamak Khadem is the consummate artistic pioneer, dedicating her performing career to exploring the mystical connections between voice and Sufi poetry... LEARN MORE.
LAAPFF will include the latest work by established and emerging filmmakers and video artists; a slate of provocative, highly entertaining feature-length productions showcasing the talents of Asian American acting and producing talents; new works by Asian international artists; and filmmaker seminars, panel discussion and symposiums... LEARN MORE.
SANSEI LINE DANCE: FROM YELLOW PERIL TO YELLOW POWER AMY UYEMATSU POETRY READING SAT, May 2, 2015 • 2pm • Tea Room
Amy Uyematsu, a third-generation Japanese-American poet and teacher, will read from her recently released fourth book, The Yellow Door. She will be accompanied by bassist Taiji Miyagawa.