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At the Intersection of Culture and Politics: AAArt Collective

March 23, 2017
Communications Staff
Troy Osaki
Spoken word artist Troy Osaki, whose work covers themes of immigration, war, police, white supremacy, and resistance, performs at Cat in the Cream. Photo credit: John Seyfried

Spoken word artist Troy Osaki, whose work covers themes of immigration, war, police, white supremacy, and resistance, performs at Cat in the Cream during the 2017 Asia America Art (AAArt) Collective. This biennial event includes two days of programs that highlight artists working across a broad range of mediums and who identify with, or are influenced by, the Asian/Pacific Islander Diaspora.

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