TeAda is incredibly humbled by the National & Local impact we’ve made this year, but at this time in history we must be more vigilant and take direct action towards protecting communities from being dehumanized. TeAda’s community focused arts programming combats the negative messages that are perpetrated about immigrants, refugees and communities of color.
TeAda’s Local & National Impact is driven to support communities and artists of color, immigrants, refugees and QTBIPOC (Queer, Trans, Black, Indigenous People of Color).
Our goal is to raise $5,000.00 by June 30th, 2018.
If our paths crossed and you participated in or attended a TeAda performance, workshop, lecture or class, please consider making a donation towards TeAda's programming.
Please help us continue this important work.
Below you can read our 2018 Impact Report that gives an overview of our work in 2018.
Together we can continue to help communities heal through the arts.
TeAda 2018 IMPACT REPORT
Expansion of CreAtive Self-Care.
CSC partnered with 6 organizations including the Los Angeles Worker Center Network .
Created a space for language justice. Integrated English/Spanish interpretation for this series of CSC facilitated with Antena of Los Angeles.
Overall increased in Los Angeles residents participant in CSC.
TeAda launched the inaugural TeAda Performing Artists Impact Fellowship.
4 Fellows immersed in CreAtive Self-Care workshops and underwent hands on training in TeAda methodology.
CreAtive Self-Care Workshop Series continued work with the Pilipino Workers Center & Downtown Los Angeles UCLA LABOR CENTER.
TeAda partnered with Visual Communications:LA Asian Pacific American Film Festival
Artistic Director Leilani Chan and Co-Artistic Director Ova Saopeng spoke at UCLA, UCI and Cal State Los Angeles.
TeAda presented Refugee Nation for the next generation of Lao-Americans at UMASS during the 2017 Southeast Asian American Studies Conference in Lowell MA.
TeAda's newest touring production Masters of the Currents presented at Honolulu Theater for Youth to thousands of Hawaii youth and audiences.
Masters of the Currents community performance at public housing Towers at Kuhio Park in Kalihi.
Masters of the Currents inter-island tour at University of Hawaii Hilo Performing Arts Center & Maui Arts & Cultural Center.
Partnered with numerous Community and Health organizations serving low-income and immigrant youth and families in Hawai’i including Micronesian Health Advisory Coalition, Kokua Kalihi Valley, Pacific Voices and others.
TeAda advanced the NATIONAL CONVERSATION on Equity, Diversity and Inclusion at:
Consortium of Asian American Theater and Artists (CAATA/CONFEST)
Theater Communications Group National Conference (TCG/EDI)
Network of Ensemble Theaters National Gathering and Symposium (NET)
National Performance Network Annual Gathering (NPN)