Private Guided Tour with Project by Project LA Roots: Asian American Movements in Los Angeles 1986-80s
Roots: Asian American Movements in Los Angeles 1968-80s is the first exhibition to collect and present this history, arguing that the past gives meaning to the present and the future of our communities. As we continue to celebrate AAPI heritage month, come join Project by Project-LA, and Chinese American Museum curator Steve Wong for a private guided tour as we explore the history of Asian American activism in LA! The tour is sure to inspire and bring awareness to the continuing efforts to empower the APIA community, and to make our society a better place.
When: Sunday, May 21, 2017 @ 1:30 PM
Where: Chinese American Museum
425 N. Los Angeles Street, Los Angeles, CA 90012
Tickets: Adults: $3.00
Students (with ID): $2.00
Save the Date: 2017 Plate by Plate Los Angeles
Mark your calendars for this year's Plate by Plate Annual Tasting Benefit Los Angeles as we celebrate Project by Project's 20th year anniversary! Don't miss this night to remember. Stay tuned and follow our social media for more details to come.
Saturday, August 5, 2017 Wallis Annenberg Building at the California Science Center 700 Exposition Park Dr Los Angeles, CA 90037
Past Partner Event: Asian Pacific Film Festival Recap
Itsy Bitsy Shorts
Project by Project LA volunteers had fun participating with the kids as Visual Communications brought back the Itsy Bitsy Shorts after a few years of hiatus. Families were able to enjoy short but entertaining films, and then be entertained some more with fun activities. Kids were able to learn about creating animations, look through film equipment, watch their drawings come alive through play motion film, and learn and experiment the evolution of cameras with a "Film Petting Zoo"! Volunteers definitely had fun learning with the kids as well!
Wet Sand: Voices from LA
Project by Project LA had the honor of co-presenting Wet Sand: Voices from LA with Visual Communications, and experience a raw and emotional documentary by Dai Sil Kim-Gibson. The documentary is a reawakening for many of us as we look back 25 years since the 1992 LA Riots, seeing how far we have come, and yet understanding that we still have much work to do. Project by Project members along with the rest of the audience were able to enjoy a panel including filmmaker Dai Sil Kim-Gibson, Charles Burnett, Funmilola Fagbamila, Alison de la Cruz, and Ayuko Babu.
Volunteer of the Month: May PbP-LA is proud to announce that our May Volunteer of the Month (VOM) is Cindy Lee, our Manager of Team Development!
Cindy has been a member of PbP for two years, and is in her first year as manager of Team Development. In her short time as manager, she has added immense value to the organization through her creative ideas and positive energy. She's helped develop and lead many of our team activities at this year's Retreat, and currently leads the Family Challenges program.
Her advice for new members is to be active with PbP from outreach events to socials. "You can get to know SC members on a personal and professional level and learn a lot about each person and how they make up PbP. You realize how much PbP has become a part of your life when you talk about it to family, friends, and coworkers and even strangers you meet!"
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