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Sajata Epps: "Post Something Black"

Sustainable designer Sajata Epps (ACC 2018) has a small ecological footprint and a powerful voice against racial inequality. “As an American, I am outraged by the response to Mr. Floyd’s death. It’s simply not ok to exploit the death of a man for a political or social agenda movement...”

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Abner Delina, Jr.: Reimaginations

“Who are we now and who are we really—as artists, as humans, as souls?” Abner Delina, Jr. chose to remain in the U.S. when his grant was disrupted by COVID-19. From Indianapolis, he writes his reimaginations on reframing questions, repurposing collaborations, and rehearsing with the world...

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Black Lives Matter

Systemic racism is a deep betrayal of our human values. It is a direct attack against our future and those who will inherit it. Violence against people of color can not be tolerated...

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ACC Taipei: May 2020 Vol 6 (Mandarin+English)

Read all about ACC Taipei in our May 2020 Newsletter...

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International Artist Residencies: Then, Now, & Beyond

Amid the serious challenges forefronted by the COVID-19 pandemic, ACC shares the transcript from our International Artist Residencies panel for insight into international artist residencies as they were, and inspiration as we reimagine what they can and will be...

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Perry Yung: A Video Meditation

Musician and shakuhachi craftsman Perry Yung (ACC 2014) shares a video meditation on family and loss. “In these times, he says, “I feel more connected to my art practice…”

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Kuang-Yu Tsui's "Exercise Living: Stay Calm"

Kuang-Yu Tsui's (ACC 2017) work explores the relationship between social media, human behavior, and the urban environment. He filmed “Exercise Living: Stay Calm” during his residency at the Chinese Culture Center in San Francisco...

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