Bring your teacup and join us at the home of artist Nicole Rademacher on Sunday, August 19 for an afternoon panel discussion: Feelings of Belonging and Tea. This is a warm and educational activity investigating and exploring ideas around these concepts.
Sunday, August 19, 2018
3:00 - 5:00 pm
(Baldwin Hills, LA)
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W.F. Umi Hsu, Ph.D, a non-binary Taiwanese American ethnomusicologist sound artist, founder of LA Listens, Moveable Parts, and Bitter Party. (pronouns: They/Them)
traci kato-kiriyama, a nationally-touring writer/performer/artist organizer/theatre deviser who is a part of PULLproject Ensemble, Tuesday Night Project, Nikkei Progressives and the VigilantLOVE Coalition. (pronouns: She/They)
Nicole Rademacher, a multi-ethnic adoptee, artist, mother, Marriage and Family Therapy/Clinical Art Therapy Graduate Student, and founder of Acogedor. (pronouns: She/Her)
Seating will be on blankets on the grass. Chairs will be available for those who are unable sit on the ground. Children are welcome to join. There is space for them to run around. No dogs, please. Parking is free. The event will be held rain (inside) or shine.
Image Credit: courtesy of Acogedor Feelings of Belonging, and Tea