Interdisciplinary dance works giving artistic voice to Asian Americans

Our 2015 “Fire of Freedom Fund”!


As a wonderfully productive 2014 comes to a close, we would like to thank you immensely for your generosity. We would also like to share what 2015 has in store and ask for your continued commitment in support of our ongoing research, engagement with communities, and building of innovative artistic works through performance and film – all of which beckon a call for visibility, change and action.

You have the ability to initiate this change and envision the possibilities, which happens one step at a time, with one person at a time.

We invite you to step on board for this exciting 2015 season!

If you would like to make a tax deductible contribute to our “2015 Fire of Freedom Fund”, click here. Your gift will directly support:

 –       The 2015 premiere of the “Fire of Freedom” project, a multimedia site-specific immersive dance theater project, associated engagement activities and discussions that will take place 9/10 – 9/20 as part of the Fort Mason Presents Series.

–        3/20 & 3/21 “Fire of Freedom” film/video shoots – footage to be projected in the Fort Mason shows.

–        The expansion of our research topics to include learning about the lives, experiences, health and well-being of military veterans.
–        The deepening of existing and creation of new collaborations and activities with advocate and community organizations, and educational institutions nationwide.

 “Fire of Freedom” Video Projection Mock-ups – actual video to be used will be filmed in 2015.

Ongoing contributions will also support:

 –        The creation and 2015 premiere of the film “Light” a powerful and evocative story highlighting the lives of women, including Bessie M. Lee (-b. 1894), who were at the forefront of the early New York Chinatown community, who through the resilience and triumph over unimaginable experiences, were grounding forces in the creation of this community.

–        The continuation of our youth arts education program at Cameron House.

 Thank you so very much for your generosity and support!

In respect, compassion, and community, Lenora


photo of Wayne Tai Lee & Lynn Huang

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