Tonight as part of Winter KPFA Fund Drive tune in as R.J. Lozada and Karl Jagbandhansingh go over what APEX did the past year, the importance of Ethnic, and Independent media. This is your opportunity to show a vote of confidence for what APEX Express, and KPFA, mean in today’s complicated media landscape.
You can donate anytime but it’s especially important to call-in from 7 to 8PM at either 510-848-5732 or toll free at 1-800-HEY-KPFA. In doing so, you tell the KPFA programmers that APEX Express is an important program.
View works from Nancy Hom’s new show: A Woman’s Perspective, Images of women, mothers & children. Happening at the Oakland Asian Cultural Center on 388 9th Street #290 near Oakland’s Chinatown. The show runs from February 8 through April 29. The opening reception happens on Thursday, February 23, 6 – 830PM.
The 30th Annual San Francisco International Asian American Film Festival (SFIAAFF) is running from March 8 – 18th, but happening on February 8 is the SFIAAFF launch party, at 111 Minna from 9PM to 2AM. At the party, you’ll be able to pick up a program guide and mingle with Center for Asian American Media staff and members.
If you are a filmmaker, journalist, or storyteller in ANY format, consider submitting to the open call for new stories and be possibly award $5,000 in research and development funds for your project! For more information visit the Center for Asian American Media website.