Monthly Archives: February 2017
Calling all Southeast Asian youth in Minnesota! On March 11-12th, come explore Southeast Asian history, heritage, identity and society with us in our mini weekend workshops packed with knowledge, multimedia and a safe space that’s yours to own. Free registration, … Continue reading
Listen to this podcast of Fresh Air with Terry Gross with the author of “A Great Place to Have a War: America in Laos and the Birth of a Military CIA.” recently released by Simon & Schuster. It will be … Continue reading
Lao American visual artist Chantala Khommanivanh recently announced his first limited edition self published art book. This 40 page 8″x8″ hardcover book contains photographs of paintings he’d done from 2010 through 2016. The edition was limited to 50 copies and … Continue reading
A new documentary has been released capturing some of the stories in the Lao American community including artist Chantala Kommanivanh and Wanda Sihanath, a thalassemia survivor, Sengvilay Aphay, Thonglouane Keorajavongsay, Akarath Soukhaphon, Alex Hanesakda, Kate Volarath, Chasen Chau, and the … Continue reading
Lao American visual artist Sisavanh Phouthavong-Houghton was recently given the spotlight at Asians Doing Everything. Be sure to check them out as well as her great body of work at her website.
Loy Khambay-Correa recently attended her first National Lao American Writers Summit in San Diego where she displayed many of her paintings and her line of t-shirts. Little Laos on the Prairie took the time to interview her about her journey from … Continue reading
Lao American actress Sydney Viengluang is making headlines for her role in the zombie TV show, Z-Nation, but she also recently completed a new short film “The Letter” said to be based on a true story. Watch for it!