Welcome to a4Hub, the Asian American Arts Alliance's (a4) interactive online platform for New York City's diverse and vibrant Asian American artistic community.
Become a member of a4 today! It's free to join. You can promote your work and events and make new connections. Your participation also builds a stronger visibility for our community.
Then become an Alliance+ member to become part of the inner circle.
Calling all Asian American Choreographers in NYC!
Applications are now open for The 2015 Jadin Wong Award For Emerging Asian American Choreographer.
Deadline for application submission is Thursday, May 21st at 11:59PM EST.
To learn more, visit our complete guidelines
Join us for May Town Hall!
We are honored to be in the beautiful Murase Room at Japan Society. We are looking forward to hearing all of your wonderful pitches in this lovely space.
For those of you who are new:
Town Hall is the Alliance's bi-monthly (that means once every two months, not twice a month!) networking and announcement program. For the first hour, artists (of all disciplines), musicians, arts administrators, actors, poets, and anyone with creative jelly in their brian are invited to let the community know about any upcomig events, shows, grants, awards, etc. or just simply introduce themselves and their work.
The catch? You have one minute to say everything you need to before you're booted off the microphone. You don't have to pitch to attend. Many just come and listen. During the second hour, you can mingle over a networking potluck. Please do bring something yummy to share!
This Town Hall, we are excited to announce that Kota Yamazaki will be a featured presenter. Learn more about his work here.
A huge THANK YOU to all those who came out to support our 2014 gala at Tribeca Rooftop on Tuesday, October 28th. We look forward to a new year of exciting opportunities and programs ahead, all of which is dedicated to the generosity of our supporters.
Special thanks to all of our honorees, presenters, awardees and amazing performers!
Check out some of the highlights: