An Initiative to Empower & Uplift Asian Creatives in America

Often we see in our communities, the push to stay away from creative avenues. Our project will start as bi-monthly discussion panels to encourage Asian creatives of America to pursue their creative endeavors.

A Monthly Panel to Engage in Insightful Conversations

We believe that Asians & Asian-Americans collectively create a better America. Through EAA, we push to look past the citizenship and will invite Asian creatives who are refugees, study abroad students, H-1B Visas currently residing in the U.S. working in the creative field. We believe this is a valuable piece to our discussions.

A Safe Space to Help Young Asian Creatives Navigate

If you’re feeling lost, unseen, unheard, we are here. EAA’s mission is to create a space where you can learn, discuss, and voice your own experiences. We’re here to listen.

This Month’s Topic: Asian American Experience in Art, Activism, and Social Media

I’m a Los Angeles based Designer and Illustrator that currently works in the toy and entertainment industry doing key art, branding, character design, packaging design, product design. I basically make toys and packaging look cool so kids make their mom buy it. 

 

I became an accidental activist by raising awareness on the underreported victims of Asian hate. Some of my illustrations and things I’ve designed have gone viral in the Asian activism scene. It really showed me how much regular people can start opening conversations with design activism. There’s still much more work to do and much to learn.

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August 24, 2021

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