Public Talk: Asian American Identities in Music Video

"Representing Asian American Identities in Music Video, 1940s to the Present," by Eric Hung

In the histories of American popular music, Asian Americans are conspicuous by their absence. In this presentation, Eric Hung examines four music videos from different genres and discusses how musicians from the 1940s to the 2010s present their identities.

Foundational to the world-class performances at CU Boulder’s College of Music is a dedication to scholarship. Join us for discussions with CU faculty, students and guests in a range of topics that delve into the intricacy and history of global music.

For complete information visit cupresents.org.

Wednesday, April 13 at 2:30pm

Imig Music, Conference Room (S101)
1020 18th Street, Boulder, CO 80309

Event Type

Lecture/Presentation, Colloquium/Seminar, Outreach, Community Engagement

Interests

Arts & Culture, Music & Performances, Diversity & Inclusion, Outreach & Engagement

Audience

General Public

College, School & Unit

Music

Tags

film, theatre, musicology, Popular Music, Livestream, American Music Research Center, public talk, AMRC

Website

https://cupresents.org/performance/16...

Cost

Free, no tickets required, just show up!

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CU Presents
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