Yup! It’s true! We’ve got an incredible line-up of film screenings, readings, workshops and family fun for June 14, 2014. And it’s all free! But registration is strongly encouraged because seating is limited–especially for the Storyteller’s Prize Presentation and Live Show! We can’t wait to see you! Register now! – Heidi Durrow
We are thrilled that Miss Jessie’s, a leader in curly and natural hair care products, is a sponsor of the Mixed Remixed Festival! Miss Jessie’s curly hair products are well-known throughout the hair care industry and are considered the leader in kinks, curly hair and waves. They have been featured in numerous popular publications including O, The Oprah Magazine, Allure, Essence, Lucky, Marie Claire, WWD and Elle, in addition to appearing on NBC’s The Today Show. Celebrity fans include Alicia Keys, Joss Stone, Halle Berry, Keri Hilson, Rhianna and Randy Jackson to name a few. Miss Jessie’s continues to be a market innovator in the naturally curly hair segment and is excited to keep bringing out new products! Learn more at www.missjessies.com. Miss Jessie’s will provide hundreds of festival attendees with their special Multicultural Curl Packets! —Heidi Durrow
We are proud to report that the Mixed Remixed Festival is supported by Poets & Writers, Inc. through a grant it has received from The James Irvine Foundation. Poets & Writers, Inc., is the primary source of information, support, and guidance for creative writers. Founded in 1970, it is the nation’s largest nonprofit literary organization serving poets, fiction writers, and creative nonfiction writers. The national office is located in New York City. The California branch office is based in Los Angeles. Poets & Writers has been invaluable to me personally as an emerging writer and festival producer. Thank you Poets & Writers. Now if you haven’t heard about this resource, it’s time you checked it out www.pw.org!–Heidi Durrow
We are proud to include among our sponsors the Japanese American National Museum which has been at the forefront of celebrating connectedness between cultures and communities and highlighting the Mixed and multiracial experience by presenting ground-breaking exhibitions like Kip Fulbeck’s photographic portrait exhibitions The Hapa Project and Mixed Kids, and Visible/Invisible: A Hapa Japanese History, and gatherings such as the Hapa Japan conference, the Mixed Roots Film & Literary Festival, and now Mixed Remixed. Learn more at www.janm.org.