When and Where is the Celebration?
The Mixed Remixed Festival is the nation's premiere cultural arts festival celebrating stories of the Mixed experience, multiracial and multicultural families and individuals through films, books and performance. Save the date for the 2015 Mixed Remixed Festival: June 13, 2015!
The Mixed Remixed Festival brings together film and book lovers, innovative and emerging artists, and multiracial families and individuals, Hapas, and families of transracial adoption for workshops, readings, film screenings and live performance including music, comedy and spoken word.
The Festival also awards the nation's only prize for artists, scholars, community leaders and activists who celebrate and illuminate the Mixed experience in their life's work with the Storyteller's Prize. Past Storyteller's Prize honorees include Comedy Central's hit comedic duo Key & Peele, Cheerios and award-winning writer Susan Straight.
Through film screenings, readings, workshops and performance, the Mixed Remixed Festival highlights previously untold stories of our connectedness as a community and a nation across cultural, racial and religious divides; provides a safe, positive forum for honest discussions about race and culture; creates a platform for emerging storytellers’ careers; and promotes the Mixed experience as a valuable prism with which to view issues of social justice and change.
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