ACC Voices to showcasing Arts and Cultural Exchange

New York, NY: Asian Cultural Council (ACC) April 12 announced the launch of ACC Voices, a new series of free public programs.

The inaugural ACC Voices x ARAD: Global Leadership in the Arts features a panel discussion and performance on May 4 at Milbank Chapel, Teachers College, Columbia University in New York City.

Free and open to the public, the program is presented in partnership with the Arts Administration Program at Teachers College though registration is required.

Taiwanese sheng musician and current ACC Fellow Li-Chin Li will perform and also join a panel including the Kennedy Center’s Artistic Director of the Fortas Chamber Music Concerts, and Grammy Award-winning violinist Jennifer Koh (ACC 2011 Fellow), ACC Executive Director Judy Kim, and Yan Xiao PhD, Adjunct Assistant Professor, Teachers College, Columbia University, to discuss the importance of cultural exchange in their practices and the ACC Fellowship opportunities that enable such exchange.

“The series affords us an opportunity to show the impact of our grants and the types of support ACC provides to individuals and organizations pursuing research projects and other forms of creative pursuits across cultures,” said Executive Director Judy Kim.

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