Art

Asian Film Rocks!

Posted on Feb 11, 2020 in APA, Art, Arts & Culture, Awards, Film, Korea, Pacific Islands | 0 comments

South Korea’s international film “Parasite” (Bong Joon Ho) received four Oscars on Sunday, February 9th: Best International Feature, Best Original Screenplay, Best Directing and Best Picture! That’s called progress! It’s also a great introduction to some upcoming screenings at the Colorado Dragon Film Festival and the Indigenous Film and Arts Festival. First up is Hawaiian: The Legend of Eddie AikauIndigenous Film & Arts FestivalWednesday, February 12th | 6:30 – 8:30 PM with Q&A at 8:30Phipps Theater (East Entrance)Denver Museum of Nature &...

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Visions of Hawai’i Exhibit

Posted on Aug 16, 2019 in Art, Pacific Islands | 0 comments

Colorado artist Dawn Marie Gilbert To celebrate Aurora Global Fest THIS Saturday, Aug. 17th, the Aurora History Museum is proud to present sounds and sights from Hawaii including a Hawaiian Steel Guitar concert, Ukulele and Hula lessons and closing the day with a Hula show! The event is 11AM – 6PM and is at no charge and open to the public. This year AHM invites everyone to a special, one-day exhibition of a collection of Hawaiian-themed artwork by the Colorado-based artist Dawn Marie Gilbert, entitled “Visions of Hawai’i”. Dawn earned her Bachelors Degree in Fine Art...

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Colorado Dragon Film Festival

Posted on Feb 28, 2019 in #coloradoasian, APA, Art, Arts & Culture, Film, International | 0 comments

An Asian / Asian-American Film Festival is dear to the heart of the Aurora Asian/Pacific Community Partnership.  We know how much work goes into a festival and how educational and fun it can be!  Between 1997 and 2007, the Partnership, in cooperation with the Denver Film Society, held the first pan-Asian film festival in the region.  Besides the film, we enjoyed many receptions with delicious Asian cuisine provided by many Aurora restaurants, caterers and members of the pan-Asian communities.  There was nothing quite like it.  Then the recession of 2008 hit, and funding dried up,...

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Int’l Chinese Calligraphy Exhibit

Posted on Jan 28, 2017 in #auroraasian, #coloradoasian, APA, Art, China, International, Lecture-Demo | 0 comments

The international calligraphy exhibit is soooo worth your time.  Calligraphy artist Harber Chang is there all day until 6PM to help explain the dozens upon dozens of scrolls from around the world on the walls of the Aurora Central Library’s Community Room, 14949 E. Alameda Pkwy.  An outstanding effort by Mr. Chang and his colleagues to bring this amazing exhibit to Colorado.  Thank you, Mr. Chang!  Sadly, it ends this Saturday, January 28th.  Hear the closing calligraphy lecture at 2PM.  

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Japanese Kite Festival

Posted on Jul 25, 2014 in #coloradoasian, Art, Arts & Culture, Family Fun, Japan, Lecture-Demo, Youth | 0 comments

Japanese Kite Lecture & Demonstration wadako with Japanese Traditional Kite Artists Wed., August 6th | 12:00 – 1:00 PM The Pavillion at Stapleton Central Park Kite Lecture & Demonstration 8601 E Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd., Denver, CO 80238 Free Admission/All ages are welcome Kite Master Mikio Toki and Kite Artist Scott Skinner will present a lecture and demonstrate decorating of traditional Tokyo style kites For more information, please contact: cgjd-pr@de.mofa.go.jp Presented by the Consulate-General of Japan in Denver  MORE…  Japanese Kite-Making Workshop, Aug....

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A Call for APA Artists

Posted on Mar 19, 2014 in APA, Art, Arts & Culture | 0 comments

Calling all Asian American/Pacific Islander faculty, staff, students, and community artists! The Morgan Library is launching a new project to highlight Asian American/Pacific Islander faculty, staff, students, and community artists during the Asian American/Pacific Islander Awareness month this April 2014! Artwork will be displayed in the 1st National Bank Gallery in the Morgan Library (located by Morgan’s Grind). For the artwork specifications, the exhibit will be seeking 2D pieces only, general dimensions right around 40×40. The library can accommodate bigger works so if there is an...

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