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ELEVATOR PITCH

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An interactive sound structure made by renowned artists New Orleans Airlift, Christine Sun Kim, and Rick Snow at the iconic Music Box Village in New Orleans.

Presented by the Smithsonian Institution Asian Pacific American Center.

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NOW YOU SEE US

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A music and poetry showcase that featured performances by acclaimed artists Sham-e-Ali Nayeem and Qais Essar at the Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C.

Presented by the Smithsonian Institution Asian Pacific American Center and the John F Kennedy Center for Performing Arts.

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ASIAN AMERICAN LITERATURE FESTIVAL

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The first national festival of its kind, this event featured some of the most prominent voices in Asian American Literature.

Presented by the Smithsonian, the Library of Congress, the Poetry Foundation, the DC Commission on the Arts and Humanities, and The Phillips Collection.

View the full project here.

Paintings by Matt Huynh.

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CTRL+ALT

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A pop-up art exhibition in New York City featuring over 30 artists of various disciplines. Over 10,000 visitors attended in two days.

Presented by the Smithsonian Institution Asian Pacific American Center.

View the full project here.

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A CHANGE OF WORLD

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A Meryl Streep-narrated podcast that tells the story of how the Women’s Movement of the 70’s changed poetry forever.

Produced by the Poetry Foundation. Aired on WNYC and over 30 stations nationwide.

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POETRY FOUNDATION ARTWORK

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Illustrations for Poetry Foundation’s web articles and collections.


View them all here.

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TODAY AT APPLE DC PRESENTATION

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A 40-Minute Pitch Presentation given by the current Head of Programming with Today at Apple D.C.

The goal of the presentation was to highlight potential future Today at Apple programs in Washington, D.C.

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LITTLE SYRIA

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A performance and discussion with hip-hop artist and activist Omar Offendum at the Smithsonian’s Freer|Sackler gallery.

Presented by the Smithsonian Asian Pacific American Center and the Smithsonian Freer|Sackler.

Calligraphic Logo by Omar Offendum.