GENERATION RETURN: ART + JUSTICE POST-GENOCIDE AND POST-9/11
featuring Anida Yoeu Ali
Artist, Writer, and Global Agitator Anida Yoeu Ali upholds the belief that art is a critical tool for individual and societal transformation.
Born in Cambodia and raised in Chicago, she returned to live in Cambodia in 2011 after nearly 3 decades away. She is part of a returning diaspora of artists and thinkers creating narratives of Cambodia beyond war and poverty.
Her performance and video works with collaborative media lab Studio Revolt and the Khmer Exiled American community provocatively consider the diasporic past/present contours of the Cambodian American experience.
FREE & OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
No tickets required
This Asian Pacific American Heritage Month: Chicago Roots event is brought to you by
Asian American Cultural Affairs at Columbia College Chicago and
co-sponsored by Columbia College Chicago's Asian Student Organization,
One Tribe, International Student Affairs, and Ellen Stone Belic Institute for the Study of Women and
Gender in the Arts and Media; and University of Illinois at Chicago's Asian American Resource and
Cultural Center, Asian American Studies Program, Asian Studies
Program, and International Studies Program.
Students, School of Liberal Arts & Sciences, Multicultural Affairs, Asian American Cultural Affairs, Ellen Stone Belic Institute for the Study of Women and Gender in the Arts and Media, International Student Affairs
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