Asian American and Pacific Islander students are invited to attend a series of storytelling workshops here on campus. These free workshops are led by prominent Twin Cities AAPI artists and aim to reclaim the narratives of AAPI experiences in Minnesota. The workshops range in different mediums with hands-on opportunities to work with each artist. Students will leave each workshop with their own unique work and opportunity to refine their work to participate in a storytelling showcase at the end of the project series. The storytelling showcase will be on April 8 and culminates the series for workshop attendees to share their stories with the community.
More information can be found here.
The workshops are taking place in Appleby Hall and Walter Library, with the showcase taking place in Coffman Union. All buildings are wheelchair accessible, and have all gender restrooms. For other access needs, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Co-organized by Asian American Studies, Asian Pacific American Resource Center, and the Women’s Center, with support from a Campus Climate Micro-Grant and the Coalition of Asian American Leaders.