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Sayon Syprasoeuth is Visual Artist, Lecturer at California State University Long Beach, and a Program Manager at United Cambodian Community. Sayon is a survivor. His artworks and images are reflective of his own journey as a Cambodian refugee – from his shocking exile from his childhood village on...
An Open Letter to Mayor Kenney & City Council from Philly Arts for Black Lives We write this letter on behalf of the arts and culture leaders of your city. The Youth Arts and Self-Empowerment Project trains young adults with criminal justice histories to become arts leaders. YASP has a simple...
Thank You No Thank You is a group show featuring 15 artists, including curator Catzie Vilayphonh, whose work touches upon themes of identity for Southeast Asian American refugees of war. Ranging from the ever-so-present confrontation of being American enough, the deportation of black and brown...
The world is on fire, forcing us all to negotiate between public health and social justice. I believe the manifestations of the city of Philadelphia this week are but a symptom of the fire; the fever breaking. Let the fever break. I have never felt more power or futility with words than in this week...
Images Courtesy of bb basura, Christina Vassallo, and Diana Lu (Clockwise, starting from bottom left) There’s something so deceptive about the design of a written word. You may read a STOP sign and instinctively know to hit the brakes, but seeing a footnote superscript probably has the opposite...