Our Daily Bread – a multidisciplinary dance production that brings narrative life to the intersection of food justice, heritage, eating, and environmental sustainability – makes its way back to Counterpulse (San Francisco) November 15-18, 2012.
Just to be clear, the Asian Culinary Forum’s Asian+Latin Symposium has nothing to do with fusion cuisine.
In anticipation of our 25th Issue/10th Anniversary celebration, Hyphen talks with musician, scholar, educator, and community leader Senbei a.k.a. Colin Ehara, who will be performing at Hyphen's Generations: 25/10 bash on June 30 in San Francisco.
Senbei answered some questions over email about how his relationship to hip-hop began, how he perceives his role as an Asian American hip-hop artist, and who and what inspires him.
On June 2, San Francisco's 34th Ethnic Dance Festival will begin its monthlong extravaganza. Thirteen of the 30 companies taking the stage this year have choreographed works based within Asian dance and music traditions.
Tree City Legends -- a new work written by Dennis Kim, directed by Marc Bamuthi Joseph, and currently playing at San Francisco's Intersection for the Arts is an emotional tour-de-force.
If you're in Oakland this weekend (September 15-17), come on out to the Great Wall of Oakland to watch local, highly acclaimed aerial dance company Project Bandaloop soar in their 20th anniversary celebration "Bound(less)."
For our final installment on the SF Ethnic Dance Festival, dancer/choreographer Rasika Kumar discusses her artistic process and her take on cultural fusion (versus collaboration) in dance and music.
Eric Solano of Parangal Dance Company talks about Filipino artistic traditions, and the delicate dance involved in honoring your mentors while creating contemporary work.
Rumia brings together eighty dancers from 10 different Tahitian dance companies, bringing disparate Tahitian dance styles into an exploration of freedom and unity.
The previous issue of Hyphen is available in its entirety for your perusing pleasure. Almost as good as having it right in your hands!