Thank you to everyone who participated and attended the Third National Asian Heritage Symposium!!!
The annual FascinAsian Film Festival (F3) started as part of Asian Heritage Month activities in 2017 as an annual Asian Film Night event and has grown to become a branded four-day festival which will be held in May 2023.
Want to help improve representation in the arts?
The CanAsian Arts Network is now open to artists of all disciplines. Please help us spread the word!Asian Canadian artists can promote their work and events, as well as connect with other artists and access resources through this free Canada Council-funded platform.Industry representatives can discover and connect with Asian Canadian talent.To sign up for the CanAsian Arts Network as an artist or industry representative visit https://canasianarts.com
By Asian Canadian artists, for Asian Canadian artists. Check us out!
What Asian Heritage Month is about
For the past 20 years, the Asian Heritage Society has successfully brought performers, artists, dancers, writers, musicians, and educators together.
Source: CBC News, Asian Heritage Month 2019 Interview with Marjorie Dowhos and Dr. Art Miki
Asian Heritage Society of Manitoba acknowledge that our communities are located on Treaty 1 territory and that the land on which we gather is the traditional territory of Anishinaabeg, Cree,Oji-Cree, Dakota, and Dene Peoples, and on the homeland of the Métis Nation.
Asian Heritage Month is an opportunity for us to learn more about the many achievements and contributions of Canadians of Asian heritage who, throughout our history, have done so much to make Canada the country we know and love.
The theme for Asian Heritage Month 2022 is, “Continuing a legacy of greatness”. This month is a reminder for all Canadians to come together to combat anti-Asian racism and discrimination in all its forms.
In 2022, the Asian Heritage Society of Manitoba will also be celebrating it’s 20th year of recognizing Asian Heritage in Canada. We plan to make May 2022 the best Asian Heritage Month yet, with a variety of performance and educational events that highlight the talents of the Asian communities in Manitoba. Community involvement is key to the success of our goals and we are reaching out to preferred businesses and organizations to be supporters and partners.
The Asian Heritage Society has successfully brought performers, artists, dancers, writers, musicians, and educators together – reaching approximately 3000 audience members and participants over the
course of the month. We are now celebrating virtually during the pandemic and have the potential to reach more!
If your organization is interested in contributing to Asian Heritage Society of Manitoba, please contact us for more information.