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Ada Cheng: "Not Quite: Asian American by Law, Asian Woman by Desire"
7:00 PM19:00

Ada Cheng: "Not Quite: Asian American by Law, Asian Woman by Desire"

  • The National Cambodian Heritage Museum & Killing Fields Memorial (map)
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Ada Cheng is a professor-turned storyteller, author, and performing artist. She has been featured at storytelling shows in Chicago, Atlanta, Cedar Rapids, New York, Asheville, and Kansas City. She has performed her solo show, NOT QUITE: ASIAN AMERICAN BY LAW, ASIAN WOMAN BY DESIRE, at National Storytelling Conference, Capital Fringe Festival, Minnesota Fringe Festival, Boulder International Fringe Festival, and Houston Fringe Festival so far in 2017. Her motto: "Make your life the best story you tell. "

From Ada Cheng: "I designed this solo performance, Not Quite: Asian American by Law, Asian Woman by Desire, with political urgency. This show is a direct response to our current political climate and the TrumpPresidency. In this solo, I use "not quite" to connect several main themes, including but not limited to the meanings of home(land), the institutionalization of the alien status, the fractured nature of Asian American identity, and the politics of intersectionality. I intend this show to be an artistic intervention and a challenge to current politic affairs and intellectual debates. This is one of the ways I resist and protest as an artist-storyteller-scholar."

Admission is $10 where the proceeds will go towards the National Cambodian Heritage Museum. The museum has provided tradional Cambodian music / arts / dance classes to youths and all of our community members in Chicago / Chicagoland area. In addition, the museum is the only one internationally outside of Cambodia that focuses on the Cambodian Kiling Fields genocide 1975-79 where over 2 million Cambodian civilians were killed, and the healing efforts for our Cambodian genocide survivors. During the Cambodian genocide, many of its artists, writers, scholars were executed as they were seen as threats to the Khmer Rouge regime. In honor of their contribution, the museum honors their space to allow fellow artists to express their creativity, individuality, and advocacy.

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6:00 PM18:00

Healing Arts Program Fundraiser

The National Cambodian Heritage Museum and Memorial will be hosting a fundraiser during Asian American Heritage Month. All proceeds from the event will support the Healing Arts Program at the Museum. The Healing Arts Program is designed to preserve Cambodian culture through genocide education and awareness, cultural preservation, and provide healing and social justice for survivors of the Killing Fields. The program encompasses music, dance, mask making, and films to educate about the Cambodian American experience.

Please join us on Thursday, May 25th 2017 at 6pm.
There will be drinks and passed hors d’oeuvres.


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