A4 Town Hall
Vt Hung, Jen Hyde, Wei Tchou, and more!
A4 Town Hall

We’re glad to be joining the Asian American Arts Alliance’s Town Hall, a bi-monthly event that features performances, pitches, and a potluck! Are you an artist or arts organization who wants to pitch your work, upcoming event, grant, or award in a safe community space? Present your 60-second elevator pitch with the other attendees!

You don’t have to pitch to attend – RSVP to just come and listen! And feel free to bring something delicious to share. After the pitches, you can mingle over a community potluck and get to know some fellow artists.

In celebration of National Poetry Month, a few of AAWW 2016 Margins Fellows––Vt Hung, Jen Hyde, and Wei Tchou––will share the stage with some fellow featured presenters from Kundiman.

Reserve a seat here!

A4 Town Hall

Vt Hung, Jen Hyde, Wei Tchou, and more!
Tuesday, April 5, 2016
7:00 PM
$0.00
Asian American Writers’ Workshop
112 W. 27th St.
New York
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