Monthly Archives: August 2017
Kham Sanavongsay is the founder of Buatique. She is a visual artist and entrepreneur who runs her own online shop where her Lao-inspired merchandise can be seen. For nearly two decades she’s collaborated with other creatives in merchandising, product development … Continue reading
The SEAD Project is excited to announce open enrollment for our 8-weeks language program offered in Hmong, Khmer and Lao. Take our fun and engaging workshops integrated with culture, history and social issues. Space is limited. Registration and details are … Continue reading
Join multimedia artist Catzie Vilayphonh for a special evening of food and storytelling. This program, presented in partnership with the Office of Councilwoman Blondell Reynolds Brown and The Philadelphia Commission for Women, is part of Welcoming Week. Welcoming Week is … Continue reading
Lao American visual artist Loy Khambay-Correa is marking 10 years as a professional visual artist. Be sure to vist her online at iamloy.com for more details and a look at her previous exhibitions.
What stinks? In our current socio-political landscape, a lot of things. In this creative workshop, you’ll use poetry, drawing and other artforms to spark dialog about what’s going on around us as we discuss and process ways to support and … Continue reading
This month, Bryan Thao Worra’s first book of Lao American speculative poetry celebrates 10 years. It’s been a long journey for his book, which broke ground in many ways for Lao Americans everywhere. Sahtu Press and Asian American Press covered … Continue reading
Saymoukda Duangphouxay Vongsay is excited to have an excerpt of “When Everything Was Everything” to be selected for Saint Paul Almanac’s IMPRESSIONS Project. This fall, you will see broadsides of her poem with illustration by Koua Yang on light rail stations/platforms. … Continue reading