We’re so excited that Crystal Chan’s wonderful YA Book, Bird, about the Mixed experience is out NOW! Check out what Crystal has to say about the writing of the book in this great video. And then start counting down the days to the Festival because Crystal will be reading at the Mixed Remixed Festival on June 14, 2014. We can’t wait!
We were so jazzed to learn about this Swiffer ad featuring a real interracial family! We hope you’ll check it out! Go Swiffer!
— Heidi Durrow
We’d like to thank Pitfire Artisan Pizza, 108 W 2nd St, Los Angeles, CA 90012, for the generous donation! Pitfire Artisan Pizza is conveniently located downtown close to the Mixed Remixed Festival headquarters at the Japanese American National Museum. It’s a great place to grab a delicious meal when you’re downtown and an easy walk from the festival site! Find out where there is Pitfire Artisan Pizza location near you!–Heidi Durrow
If you’ve been thinking about submitting a panel, workshop, film, writing, or performance submission, you’re in luck! You now have until Jan. 31, 2014 to submit your work to the premiere celebration of mixed roots through films and books for the Mixed Remixed Festival June 14, 2014. Be a part of something truly special in 2014 at the Japanese American National Museum in downtown Los Angeles as well as the largest West Coast celebration of Loving Day!
Did you see this? Another great interview with Festival faves Key & Peele.
We’re super excited that Crystal Chan will be reading at Mixed Remixed 2014! Learn more about her beautiful forthcoming YA novel from Simon & Schuster in this awesome book trailer!
We’re seeking writers, filmmakers, performers, spoken word artists, musicians and singers for Mixed Remixed Festival 2014. Submissions are open through Jan. 15, 2014. For details visit www.mixedremixed.org.
Mixed Remixed is an exciting new media and arts festival celebrating racial and cultural connectedness and the Mixed experience which will be held June 14, 2014 at the Japanese American National Museum in downtown Los Angeles.
As a founder of the original multiracial/multicultural film and book festival that showcased many talented filmmakers, writers, and performers (including Key & Peele, Rebecca Walker, Kip Fulbeck, Danzy Senna, Carleen Brice, Kim Wayans & Kevin Knotts, Angela Nissel, Neil Aitken, Mat Johnson, Faith Adiele, Sundee Frazier, and Karyn Parsons), I’m excited about this project which promises to be even bigger and better and will also highlight playwrights, visual artists, and multidiscliplinary artists!