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Venn Diagram: Asian American Identity, Christianity, and Politics — January 19, 2019

Venn Diagram: Asian American Identity, Christianity, and Politics

Venn Diagram is an event for Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) Christians organized by the InterVarsity Graduate and Faculty Ministries. Yes, Asian American Christians and politics. Hashtag #aapijesuspolitics. Its 5th time was at Fuller Seminary on Saturday, January 19, 2019; this is excerpted from the Facebook event facebook.com/events/347443382696361 —

Join us for our fifth forum to explore the complexities and gifts of the AAPI Christian experience! Our theme for this forum is “Being Faithful Amidst Polarizing Chaos”. Come find a space to be fully Asian American/Pacific Islander and Christian in our current sociopolitical context.

Featured Faculty Presenters:
SueJeanne Koh, ThD, Theology & Ethics, UC Irvine ASAM/RS
Ji Son, PhD, Cognitive Science, CSULA
Szu Wang, PhD, Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering, UC Irvine

We are excited to have Rev. Dr. Jeff Liou facilitate the faculty panel and discussion. In addition to a faculty panel, we will gather around practitioners for workshops geared towards practical next steps.

… Hosted by: InterVarsity’s Faculty Ministries Southern California

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Los Angeles Printers Fair at International Printing Museum — October 14, 2018

Los Angeles Printers Fair at International Printing Museum

Find the International Printing Museum official website at printmuseum.org

About the LA Printers Fair

The Los Angeles Printers Fair at The International Printing Museum in Carson, CA celebrates a decade of bringing the best of letterpress, book arts, and the paper arts to the LA area. With the backdrop of the world’s largest collection of working antique presses, the LA Printers Fair annually brings together 80 artistic vendors and 1,700 visitors to experience the creative worlds of handmade books and beautiful printing.

Exhibitors include many of the greatest letterpress and printmaking artists in the Southwest and beyond, offering custom posters, printings, hand-printed cards, memorabilia, hand-made paper, and antiquarian books for sale. Throughout the Museum’s galleries visitors can print their own keepsakes on antique letterpresses, have their name cast in printer’s type, make paper by hand, or even screen print their own shirt! All proceeds from the fair go to The International Printing Museum, a non-profit institution dedicated to the heritage, preservation, and advancement of the printing arts.

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Typography aficionados, take note: The annual LA Printers Fair is back to fulfill all of your paper fantasies. Hit up the Printing Museum in Carson and peruse paper selections, ink, rare books and printing press equipment. Plus, the event is home to “The Largest Letterpress Swap Meet in the West,” with letterpress supplies, wood and metal type, ink and presses. If you’re more interested in looking than buying, spend the afternoon scoping out the demos and tours throughout the museum galleries.

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