CAAMFest 2018 | Asian Americans and Hip-Hop Panel

Friday, May 18, 5:30 pm
Friday, May 18, 2018 - 5:30pm

Join OMCA and the Center for Asian American Media (CAAM) Festival for a special panel conversation of key Hip-Hop thought leaders and artists to explore the Asian American community’s deep connection with the genre. More details coming soon.

This free panel is co-curated by Asian American Music Conference and builds upon the Oakland Museum of California’s RESPECT: Hip-Hop Style & Wisdom exhibition. 

This event takes place in the Lecture Hall (Level 1). No advance registration needed. 

Celebrate the 36th anniversary of CAAMFest, one the Bay Area’s premier film festivals. Known for outstanding entries that spotlight Asian-American stories, filmmakers, and film producers, screenings on both sides of the Bay promise to be as dynamic and powerful as ever. Past CAAMFest screenings at OMCA have included When the Bough Breaks (2013), Awesome Asian Bad Guys (2014), Changing Season (2015), Mele Murals (2016), and Blasian Narratives (2017). 

Presented in partnership with the Center for Asian American Media and CAAMFest 2018.