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  1. Asian American Art: A History, 1850-1970
  2. Fresh Talk/Daring Gazes: Conversations on Asian American Art by Elaine H. Kim, Margo Machida, et all 2005-02-23
  3. Why Asia?: Essays on Contemporary Asian and Asian American Art by Jonathan Hay, Mimi Young, 1998-03-01
  4. One Way or Another: Asian American Art Now
  5. Lives of Notable Asian Americans: Arts, Entertainment, Sports (The Asian American Experience) by Geraldine Gan, 1995-05
  6. Asia/America: Identities in Contemporary Asian American Art by Margo Machida, Vishakha Desai, et all 1994-02
  7. Asia/America; identities in contemporary Asian American art, essay by Margo Machida, Vishakha N. Desai and John Kuo Wei Tchen. by Margo, curator Machida, 1995
  8. Yellow Light: The Flowering of Asian American Arts (Asian American History & Cultu) by Amy Ling, 2000-05-31
  9. Asian/American/Modern Art: Shifting Currents, 1900-1970
  10. East Asian Art and American Culture by Warren I. Cohen, 1992-04-15
  11. Asian American Art: A History, 1850-1970 [ASIAN AMER ART]
  12. Asian American Art A History 1850-1970 2008 publication. by unkn, 2008
  13. Asia/America; identities in contemporary Asian American art, essay byMargo Machida, Vishakha N. Desai and John Kuo Wei Tchen. by Margo, curator Machida, 1995
  14. Asian American Art: Asian American Arts Centre, Wing Luke Asian Museum, Japanese American National Museum, Kearny Street Workshop

1. Asian American Arts
Asian American Arts Centre, founded in 1974, brings visual, performing and traditional arts to the general public. Specializing in contemporary art exhibitions that engage
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2. Lannan Foundation - Asian American Arts Centre
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3. Asian American Arts Alliance
Asian American Arts Alliance supports the work of New York City's Asian and Asian American artists. Since 1983.
http://www.aaartsalliance.org/
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5. Asian American Arts Centre
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Asian American Arts Centre was founded in 1974 in New York City to address the distinctive concerns of Asian Americans in the United States. Its mission is to promote the preservation and creative vitality of Asian American cultural growth through the arts, and its historical and aesthetic linkage to other communities. The Arts Centre accomplishes this by presenting and interpreting the ongoing synthesis of contemporary American and Asian art forms, utilizing performance, exhibition, and public education.
Asian American Arts Centre was founded in 1974 in New York as the Asian American Dance Theatre, a not-for-profit community arts organization. Over the years, its programs have expanded to include four major areas: performance presentations, exhibitions and catalogue publication, folk arts research and documentation, and education. Located in New York's Chinatown, the Arts Centre has held many of its programs in other sites and locations in the country. Performances and exhibition have toured to southern and western states as well as to Hong Kong. The video "Singing to Remember" has been featured in numerous video festivals and conferences across the country. Since its inception, the organization has contracted a thousand artists, of which approximately 40% have been women, and every year reaches countless numbers of audiences through the television media and live presentations.

6. Asian American Arts Practice | Library Congress
Introduction The paper examines the contributions of both Asian American artists made, Francis Wong and Jon Jang. The latter is a modern pianist, while Wong is
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Asian American Arts Practice
Introduction Jon Jang contribution to the practice of Asian American Arts Before analyzing Jang opinion, it is necessary to understand its context, which facilitates an assessment of its influences. Jang began her musical career a year before turning twenty. At that time, he tried to learn the basic skills, piano. Shortly after, he joined a music school called Oberlin Conservatory, where he honed his skills and learned the piano to compose songs. This artist graduated after three years and earned a music degree. It is also worth mentioning that the artist was born in America, including Los Angeles and later in California, on. However, Jang always kept in touch with his Chinese roots. He draws from his experience as an immigrant Asian American, but also recognizes the problems in other forms of music such as social injustice to African American musical expression. Jon Jang (2002) During his appearances in San Francisco, Jang highlights some of the hidden facts about China Town. This is mainly because the festival was held in tribute to the efforts of Alice Yu from China Town. Jang has an amazing way to show his appreciation and respect for historical periods, or who have forgotten those who have never been mentioned previously. Because he dug up some songs and now as the repairs Tiananmen jazz orchestra. Jon Jang (2002)

7. Asian American Arts And Culture In The San Francisco Bay Area
Independent online guide to Asian American arts events in the San Francisco Bay Area.
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upcoming events MANJA is an independent online guide to local San Francisco Bay Area Asian American arts events.
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8. Asian American Arts Alliance Honors Tisa Chang 2010/10/13
The Asian American Arts Alliance (a4) will host its 28th Anniversary Benefit Gala Defining Moments on November 3rd at CUE Art Foundation in New York City. Showcasing a4's work
http://www.broadwayworld.com/article/Asian_American_Arts_Alliance_Honors_Tisa_Ch

9. Asian American Arts Alliance (a4) Hosts 2010 Defining Moments
The Asian American Arts Alliance (a4) will host its 28th Anniversary Benefit Gala Defining Moments on November 3rd at the CUE Art Foundation in New York City. Showcasing a4
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10. | Hyphen Magazine - Asian American Arts, Culture, And Politics
Originally conceived as a venue for independent filmmakers and storytellers, the Sundance Film Festival has evolved into a major celebrity extravaganza.
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Hyphen magazine - Asian American arts, culture, and politics
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Indie Comics Profile: Shawn Cheng of Partyka
Shawn has indie-arts cred: no trust fund, no lavish studio, and, for now, no publisher. Shawn and Partyka are DIY at its best. By: Tammy Kim Posted: November 12, 2010 - 6:32am Under: Books Comics Events Comments:
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11. Asia Society | One Way Or Another: Asian American Art Now
ARTISTS IN THE EXHIBITION . Michael Arcega Xavier Cha Patty Chang Binh Danh Mari Eastman Ala Ebtekar Chitra Ganesh Glenn Kaino Geraldine Lau Jiha Moon Laurel Nakadate Kaz
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ARTISTS IN THE EXHIBITION Michael Arcega Xavier Cha Patty Chang Binh Danh ... Saira Wasim
Ala Ebtekar, Elemental , 2004, mixed media, collection of the artist. This show is curated by Melissa Chiu, Director and Curator of Contemporary Asian Art at the Asia Society Museum, Karin Higa, Senior Curator of Art at the Japanese American National Museum, Los Angeles, and Susette S. Min, Assistant Professor of Asian American Studies and Art History at the University of California, Davis. Exhibition: One Way or Another: Asian American Art Now
Date: September 7 - December 10, 2006
Location: Asia Society and Museum, 725 Park Avenue, New York
Hours: Tuesday - Sunday, 11:00 am - 6:00 pm, with extended evening hours Fridays until 9:00 pm. Closed on Mondays and major holidays.
Cost: Included with museum admission. $10 adults; $7 seniors citizens; $5 students with ID. Free for members and persons under 16.
Phone: 212-517-ASIA Web credit: Text on website written by Kristy Philips with the exception of the artists statements. Catalogue of the exhibition

12. Los Angeles Giveaway: Asian American Arts Stimulus Package 2! | Entertainment |
UPDATE We have a winner! Back in May, during Asian Pacific Islander (API) Heritage Month, 8Asians partnered with 3 awesome L.A. arts organizations to bring you the incredibly
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By jozjozjoz Friday, August 7, 2009 18 Comments UPDATE: We have a winner! Back in May, during Asian Pacific Islander (API) Heritage Month, 8Asians partnered with 3 awesome L.A. arts organizations to bring you the incredibly popular first Asian American Arts Stimulus Package 18 Mighty Mountain Warriors: Bow Down to Your Asian Masters! An ALL NEW World Premiere!
Starring: Junko Goda, Michael Chih Ming Hornbuckle, Kevin Ocampo, Diana Toshiko, Greg Watanabe, and Peter J.Wong.
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    A musical revue in two acts with words by Richard Maltby, Jr. and music by David Shire; Directed by Chil Kong; Music Direction by Akira Nakano
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    13. Asian American Arts Centre - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
    The Asian American Arts Centre (AAAC) is a nonprofit organization located in Chinatown in New York City. Founded in 1974, it was one of the earliest Asian American community
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    Asian American Arts Centre
    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation search This article has multiple issues. Please help improve it or discuss these issues on the talk page AAAC, on the 3rd floor of this building on the Bowery for over 30 years, is above a McDonald's which has been there for a few years. The Asian American Arts Centre (AAAC) is a non-profit organization located in Chinatown in New York City . Founded in 1974, it was one of the earliest Asian American community organizations in the United States. The Arts Centre presents the ongoing synthesis of contemporary American and Asian art forms, through the presentation of performance, exhibitions, and public education. The permanent collection contains over 400 contemporary Asian American art works and about 200 Chinese folk art pieces. The Arts Centre has also accumulated work by Asian American artists through its archive since 1982. The archive documents, preserves, and promotes the presence of Asian American culture in the United States since 1945. This includes the East Coast , especially the greater New York area , some of the West Coast and some artists in Canada Hawaii , and overseas. The artists include Asian Americans producing art, Asian artists who are active in the United States, and other Americans who are significantly influenced by Asia.

    14. Asian American Arts Alliance In New York, NY | LikeMe
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    15. Asian American Arts Alliance On Vimeo
    Visit Asian American Arts Alliance's profile on Vimeo. Use Vimeo to share the videos you make with the people you want. Its free to join and really easy to use.
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    16. ASIAN AMERICAN ART CENTER
    Asian American Arts Center Upcoming Events May 30,2008 Peabody FriedBerg Concert Hall in Baltimore, MD 730 pm 9 pm
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    Asian American Arts Center Asian American Arts Center Upcoming Events May 30,2008 Peabody FriedBerg Concert Hall in Baltimore, MD 7:30 pm - 9 pm
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    17. Asian American Arts Alliance Volunteer Opportunities - VolunteerMatch
    Formed in 1983, the Asian American Arts Alliance is a nonprofit service organization dedicated to increasing the support, recognition, and appreciation of Asian American arts.
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    18. Alan Okada, Interim President, Asian American Arts Alliance: Zoom Information Bu
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    19. 2007 12th Annual Asian American Arts Showcase - Film Festival - The Loop - Chica
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