NYCAASC 2018: Emergence Workshops

NYCAASC 2018 > Workshops: Track 3

Resilience Through Art: How SEAs Have Mobilized, Healed, and Resisted Through Creative Modes of Self-Expression

GC 265, 4:00 - 5:20

Art is storytelling. Art is healing. Art is resilience. Art is preserving. Join Dianne LíÈ to learn about the potential for art to be a powerful tool for social change. This workshop explores how youth have mobilized and advocated through breakdancing, spoken word, and other forms of artistic expression. Learn how to bridge communicative, generational, and cultural gaps within Southeast Asian communities to cultivate new means of healing, resistance, and advocacy.

Dianne Le

Dianne Le

Born in Los Angeles, Dianne currently pursues a Bachelor of Science in Landscape Architecture with a background in Mechanical Engineering at Rutgers University in New Brunswick, NJ. She currently serves as Co-President of the Rutgers Asian Student Council. During the summer 2017, Dianne worked with VietLead as a Program Assistant, facilitator, and mentor of the Resilient Roots Summer Internship Program in Camden, NJ and has interned at OCA National during the summer 2016 in Washington, DC. In 2010, she co-founded BCUBED, a breakin' and social justice youth group under the advisory of Nancy Nguyen, the Executive Director of VietLead.

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