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Her Story – Journey into the Musical Worlds of Women Composers

Award-winning Korean-American violinist, Dr. Sunmi Chang and pianist, Dr. Clara Yang will present a concert of music by women composers. These artist-scholars aim to raise awareness of underrepresented voices and encourage others to explore repertoire outside the classical music canon. … Read more

“Turning Red” Screening & Discussion on Asian Americans in Popular Culture

UNC Graduate Student Center 211a West Cameron Avenue, Chapel Hill, NC, United States

Beat the Carolina Summer School heat by joining The Asian American Center at The Graduate Student Center (211a West Cameron Ave) on Friday, June 10th at 12pm for our latest Food & Fellowship! There will be a screening of “Turning Red” followed … Read more

A Night at the Theater: UNC AAC-NCAAT & Yellow Face

Theatre Raleigh 6638 Old Wake Forest Road, Raleigh, United States

In partnership with Theatre Raleigh, the UNC Asian American Center and North Carolina Asian Americans Together (NCAAT) will be hosting a community night at the new production of Tony Award winner David Henry Hwang’s play Yellow Face, directed by Telly … Read more


“All American Girl” Screening & Discussion

UNC Asian American Center 215 West Cameron Avenue, Chapel Hill, NC, United States

Spend your reading day with us as we journey all the way back to the 1990s and watch an episode of "All American Girl", the groundbreaking television series which was the first to feature an Asian American family as its … Read more

2022 HPG Symposium: Fire Island Screening

A modern retelling of Pride & Prejudice at the height of gay summer vacation? This 2022 romantic comedy features writer/lead Joel Kim Booster, Bowen Yang, Margaret Cho and was directed by Andrew Ahn. Come see how Jane Austen’s tale of … Read more


AAC Fellow Performance/Talk: Christina Lai & Ina Liu

The Meditation Christina Lai & Ina Liu bring us The Meditation, narratives of Asian American Pacific Islander women, moving from the dichotomous to the complex through music and art. Christina Lai is a pianist who finds passion in all fields of … Read more


Master Class Dance Workshop with Artist Jen Shyu

Current ArtSpace 123 West Franklin Street, Chapel Hil, NC, United States

Calling all student dancers: the AAC is sending out an open call for those interested in a master class dance workshop with artist Jen Shyu before her Carolina Performing Arts event on the 27th and 28th. Registration:   This "You Are Everything" intermedia improvisation … Read more


APAHM: Far East, Deep South Screening

UNC Stone Center 150 South Road, Chapel Hill, NC, United States

Join us for the screening of Far East, Deep South. The documentary provides a window into a community few even know exists — Chinese immigrants in the Deep South — and reveals how the Chinese Exclusion Act of 1882 impacted the Chiu family … Read more


APAHM: Chandler Lecture Series

Hyde Hall

The Missing Stories: South Asian American History from the 1700s to Today   In “The Missing Stories,” SAADA’s Executive Director Samip Mallick will cover how communities come to be excluded from the archival record and how we can address these … Read more


APAHM Arts Everywhere Day Gallery Opening

UNC Asian American Center 215 West Cameron Avenue, Chapel Hill, NC, United States

Celebrate Arts Everywhere Day at the AAC with our APAHM Gallery Opening! We will have on display pieces that are an artistic reflection of an Asian American historical event from the 1950s-present to create a legible narrative of Asian American … Read more

Alliance Community Book Walk Opening at the AAC

UNC Asian American Center 215 West Cameron Avenue, Chapel Hill, NC, United States

The Asian American Center's Alliance Community Book Walk will start on May 4th in celebration of National Asian Pacific American Heritage Month. We will have refreshments from 10am-12pm so please register so that we know how much to order: … Read more


India Sweets and Spices Screening & Discussion

UNC Graduate Student Center 211a West Cameron Avenue, Chapel Hill, NC, United States

On Wednesday, June 21st at 2:30pm in the Graduate Student Center (211a West Cameron Ave) we will be screening India Sweets & Spices and having a discussion on how Asian Americans are portrayed in cinema. Registration: