APIDA Heritage Month 2022

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APACC and B/AACC are partnering with Housing & Dining to serve a selection of South West Asian and North African foods at the Foundry on March 31st for Lunch and Dinner and April 1st for lunch.

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Alternate Text: APIDA Heritage Month, Asian Pacific Islander Desi American | Taste of Southwest Asian and North African cuisine (SWANA), The Foundry Dining Center (Parmelee side, Root and Passport) | March 31, Lunch 11am-2pm, Dinner 5-8pm | April 1, Lunch 11am-2pm | March 31 Menu: Harissa Chicken Bowls, Sub Majudara for Couscous; Salad Bar: Tabouleh, Fatoush (Salad Bar), Hummus, Dolmas, Olives, Pita Chips; Dessert: Persian Rice Pudding, Baklava | April 1 Menu: Chicken Wot, Shiro Wat, Injera, Kushary, Foul Mudammas; Salad Bar: Salad Bar: Tabouleh, Fatoush (Salad Bar), Hummus, Dolmas, Olives, Pita Chips; Dessert: Persian Rice Pudding, Baklava

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Eriko Tsogo is a Mongolian American multidisciplinary artist, educator, cultural producer and DACA recipient born on the steppes of Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia. She is an alumni of Denver School of the Arts, having attained her B.F.A (2012) from the School of the Museum of Fine Arts Boston and Tufts University. Eriko grew up in Budapest, Hungary and immigrated to the United States with her family in 1999.

Eriko has had numerous art exhibitions, curatorial projects and art residencies throughout the United States. She has been the recipient of ACE Foundation Scholarship, “Juuh” Honorarium by the Mongolian Ministry of Education Culture and Science, Alliance for Artist Communities Fellowship in affiliation with The Joan Mitchell Foundation Grant, and City of Denver Office of Equity and Diversity Grant, and Colorado Creative Industries Artist Grant.

Eriko has worked as the Creative Director at the Mongolian Culture and Heritage Center of Colorado from 2012-2022 where she founded and continues to run the International Yurt Art Residency Program (IYARP).

Eriko has exhibited at the 2019 “Contemporary Mongolian Art Biennial: Innovating Tradition” in Washington DC, 2018 Superfine Art Fair, 2019 Art Basel Miami Beach, and Saatchi’s The Other Art Fair in Brooklyn (2020), Los Angeles (2021) and Chicago (2021). Her animated film “Tears of the Sky” screened at the 2019 Colorado Dragon Film Festival and the 2021 Philadelphia Asian American Film Festival.

In 2021, Eriko’s interactive art installation Mongovoo debuted at the Denver Meow Wolf Museum. She has served as Commissioner for the Denver Commission of Cultural Affairs from 2019-2020, and currently serves on the Denver Country Cultural Council. Eriko is represented by Tappan Collective in Los Angeles and Saatchi in New York.

You can find more information at: www.erikotsogo.com 

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Alternate Text: APIDA Heritage Month 2022: Stories Through Art Meow Wolf Trip with Eriko Tsogo | April 3 9am

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Alternate Text: APIDA Heritage Month 2022: Stories Told Through Art A Trip to Meow Wolf ft. Artist Eriko Tsogo | Eriko Tsogo is a Mongolian American multidisciplinary artist, educator, cultural producer and DACA recipient born in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia. Eriko’s interactive art installation, “Mongovoo,” debuted at the Denver Meow World Museum last year. | For more APIDA Heritage Month events and information, please visit apacc.colostate.edu | For reasonable accommodations or questions, please contact ramevents_apacc@colostate.edu

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The Green Mask workshop seeks to challenge how we perceive Asian Americans in relation to space and environment; to offers a diverse perspective of what it means to be an Asian American in America today through the examination of identity, culture and space. Students in the workshop will have the opportunity to work closely with the artist, Eriko Tsogo. Using recycled materials, masks will be created by students and displayed in the APACC office for an extended period of time.

An art exhibition night and mixer will occur on April 7 and students will have the opportunity to share the meanings of their mask with the community.

There is a limit of 12 students that will be able to participate during the workshop due to the limit in resources. APIDA-identifying students are preferred for this project. If you are unable to attend the workshop, please email An-Ping at ramevents_apacc@mail.colostate.edu so that another student can be notified of the spot opening.

Time: Tuesday, April 5, 2022 3pm-6pm
Location: LSC North Ballroom
Refreshments will be provided during the workshop
Contact ramevents_apacc@mail.colostate.edu for any questions

About Eriko:

Eriko Tsogo is a Mongolian American multidisciplinary artist, educator, cultural producer and DACA recipient born on the steppes of Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia. She is an alumni of Denver School of the Arts, having attained her B.F.A (2012) from the School of the Museum of Fine Arts Boston and Tufts University. Eriko grew up in Budapest, Hungary and immigrated to the United States with her family in 1999.

Eriko has had numerous art exhibitions, curatorial projects and art residencies throughout the United States. She has been the recipient of ACE Foundation Scholarship, “Juuh” Honorarium by the Mongolian Ministry of Education Culture and Science, Alliance for Artist Communities Fellowship in affiliation with The Joan Mitchell Foundation Grant, and City of Denver Office of Equity and Diversity Grant, and Colorado Creative Industries Artist Grant.

Eriko has worked as the Creative Director at the Mongolian Culture and Heritage Center of Colorado from 2012-2022 where she founded and continues to run the International Yurt Art Residency Program (IYARP).

Eriko has exhibited at the 2019 “Contemporary Mongolian Art Biennial: Innovating Tradition” in Washington DC, 2018 Superfine Art Fair, 2019 Art Basel Miami Beach, and Saatchi’s The Other Art Fair in Brooklyn (2020), Los Angeles (2021) and Chicago (2021). Her animated film “Tears of the Sky” screened at the 2019 Colorado Dragon Film Festival and the 2021 Philadelphia Asian American Film Festival.

In 2021, Eriko’s interactive art installation Mongovoo debuted at the Denver Meow Wolf Museum. She has served as Commissioner for the Denver Commission of Cultural Affairs from 2019-2020, and currently serves on the Denver Country Cultural Council. Eriko is represented by Tappan Collective in Los Angeles and Saatchi in New York.

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Alternate Text: APIDA Heritage Month GREEN MASK PROJECT With Meow Wold Mongovoo artist, Eriko Tsogo

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Join the community for the revealing of the Green Mask Project at APACC followed by ramen and games!

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Alternate Text: APIDA Heritage Month Green Mask Project Exhibition and Ramen Mixer | Join the Community for the revealing of the Green Mask Project at APACC followed by ramen and games | When? April 7, 2022, 6:00pm, APACC | For questions, please contact ramevents_apacc@mail.colostate.edu

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Join Muslim students in breaking their fast in celebration of Ramadan. Open to students, staff, and faculty.

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Alternate Text: Ramadan Iftar | Scan to RSVP | Join Muslim Students in breaking their fast in celebration of Ramada. Open to students, staff, and faculty. | April, 8th 7:30-9:00pm, Johnson Hall 222

Come to hear more about transracial adoptee experiences from panelists Lily Durkee, Natalie Lester, Okee Hanna, Kaia Heer, and Malinda Sloan.

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Alternate Text: APIDA Heritage Month | Transracial Adoptee Experiences Panel | April 12th, 4:00-5:00pm, APACC, LSC 333 | Come to hear more about transracial adoptee experiences from panelists Lily Durkee, Natalie Lester, Okee Hanna, Kaia Heer, and Malinda Sloan.

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Kapulei Flores is a Kanaka Maoli (Native Hawaiian) from the Moku ʻo Keawe, also known as Hawaiʻi Island. She is a photographer focused on capturing authentic moments and showing a perspective of Hawaiʻi through native eyes. Her goal is to use photography as a tool with activism and perpetuating the culture of Hawaiʻi.

For 10+ years Kapulei along with her family has been involved in the Protect Mauna Kea Movement, which has allowed her to document her family’s journey throughout this movement as well as other frontlines around the world. Through documenting different cultural events, ceremonies, and movements she has had her work and story of Mauna Kea be featured in Teen Vogue, Buzzfeed News, Vox, Ms. Magazine’s 25 under 25, and more. She has helped to put together a series of exhibits with MKEA as well as having her work featured in exhibits like Indigenous Photograph, Photoville, and Illuminative. She recently created a photo series with Malala Fund where she was able to combine her words and photos to create a piece that covered weverything from critical issues in Hawaiʻi, to the beauty of being Hawaiian in Hawaiʻi. In 2021 she was able to give an insight into Hawaiʻi in the Changemakers Summit along with other inspiring activists. As of now she works for Mauna Kea Education and Awareness (MKEA), runs the @protectmaunakea Instagram, as well as having her own photography account called @kapzphotography.

Through photography and social media, she has been able to highlight different phenomenal native leaders and communities who continuously work to protect our land and people.

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Alternate Text: Asian Pacific Islander Desi American Heritage Month Indigeneity & Hawaiian Activism: Kapulei Flores | April 14 – 5:30pm MT, In-Person: LSC Grey Rock Room, Virtual: Zoom Webinar | Kapulei Flores is a Kanaka Maoli (Native Hawaiian) from the Moku ‘o Keawe, also know as Hawai’i Island. She is a photographer focused on capturing authentic moments, showing a perspective of Hawai’i through native eyes, and using photography as a took with activism and perpetuating a culture of Hawai’i. | For reasonable accommodations or questions, please contact ramevents_nacc@colostate.edu

Starter: Fatayer, Za’atar

Fatayer translates to pie and can come with many topping/fillings, like spinach cheese and meat. In this menu it is topped/filled with Zaatar, a popular spice in the Middle East, specifically the Levantine (Palestine, Jordan, Lebanon, and Syria) area. This dish is enjoyed year round however, it tends to be heavily served in special occasions like Ramadan. Zaatar, is a spice mix consisting of sumac, thyme, oregano, marjoram, and toasted sesame seeds. It is then filled or topped in a dough. Fatayer can be compared to empanadas, in fact in Argentina fatayers are called empanadas arabe (Arabic empanadas).

Main: Lamb Kabobs with Persian Rice or Shakshuka with tomato, peppers, and eggs

Lamb Kabobs are also known as shish kabobs, the Turkish translation for roasted meat and skewers. It was believed that it originated in Turkey during the wars, where soldiers would use their swords to grill meat. Despite their origin, Kabobs are enjoyed everywhere in the SWANA region. Kabobs are typically marinated the night before grilling and can include a variety of meat like chicken or beef. The marinade can differ based on the type of meat, in this case the base is onions, olive oil, lemon, and parsley.

Shakshuka is a popular dish throughout the Southwest Asian and North African regions, it was believed to have originated in North Africa, or Yemen. The dish later became a popular Israeli dish due to the Jewish immigrants from North Africa, like Morocco, Tunisia, and Libya. The main ingredients of shakshuka are eggs, tomatoes, bell pepper, onions, and garlic. The recipe also comes with spices like cumin and paprika, cayenne pepper or Harissa, a north African hot sauce/paste.

Dessert: Baklava

The history of baklava is difficult to pinpoint, however, early traces of Baklava date to the Assyrian empire (Now northern Iraq and Southeast Turkey), it was later popularized by the ottoman empire and is now enjoyed throughout the SWANA region, as it can be served with different fillings like pistachio or cashews.

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Chanel Miller is a writer and artist who received her BA in Literature from the University of California, Santa Barbara. Her critically acclaimed memoir, KNOW MY NAME, was a New York Times bestseller, a New York Times Book Review Notable Book, and a National Book Critics Circle Award winner, as well as a best book of 2019 in Time, the Washington Post, the Chicago Tribune, NPR, and People, among others. She is a 2019 Time Next 100 honoree and a 2016 Glamour Woman of the Year honoree under her pseudonym, “Emily Doe.”

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Alternative Text: APIDA Heritage Month Keynote Speaker: Chanel Miller | Zoom Webinar | April 21, 6pm MT, LSC 333 & Zoom

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Alternative text: APIDA Heritage Month Keynote: with Chanel Miller | Zoom Webinar | Chanel Miller is a writer and artist, Her critically acclaimed memoir, “KNOW MY NAME,” was a New York Times bestseller. | For more APIDA Heritage Month events and information, please visit apacc.colostate.edu | For reasonable accommodations or questions, please contact ramevents_apacc@mail.colostate.edu

April Chai to Understand dates are April 4th, 11th, 18th, & 25th

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Alternate Text: Chai to Understand April Events | April 4th: The Feast of Resistance – Come learn about Asian American history and progress through food. Lots of snacks and facts! | April 11th: Financial Aid Q&A – An opportunity to ask any questions about FAFSA, scholarships, and all things financial aid, Special Guest Kaia Heer from Financial Aid | April 18th: Gender: What is it? – Brownies, tea, and heteronormativity! A workshop about gender, sex, and sexuality | April 25th: APIDA Stories through Art – A space to share the stories and experiences of Asian Americans through art and expression.
Cookies and tea will be provided, Special Guest Dr. Eric Aoki, Communications | Chai to Understand is on Mondays at 5 PM in LSC 333

 March 31 – April1 & April 4-10 – ACT Film Festival

Connecting at the intersection of culture, art, and social justice – Colorado State University’s ACT Human Rights Film Festival brings the best and most recent human rights cinema to northern Colorado. Through the shared experience of film and conversation, ACT cultivates empathy and new perspectives.

For information, the view the festival schedule, and to purchase passes, please visit actfilmfest.colostate.edu.

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Alternate Text: Seventh Annual act. Human Rights Film Festival | March 31 – April 3, 2022, in-person, Fort Collins | April 4-10, 2022, virtual, watch from home

April 15 & 16 – CSU Spring Dance Concert

Join us as we celebrate our return to live dance performances with artistic and theatrical creations by CSU Dance faculty, Judy Bejarano, Chung-Fu Chang, and Madeline Harvey. Student choreographed selections will be featured as well as the work of internationally revered choreographer and guest artist, Thomas Vincent.

More information and tickets here. 

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Alternate Text: The School of Music, Theatre, and Dance Presents | An extraordinary performance of innovative, contemporary, and classical dance presented by students, faculty, and guest artists | Apr 15 through Apr 16 | For tickets and streaming information: csuartsrickets.com | Spring Dance | School of Music, Theatre, and Dance

Past APIDAHM Programming

April 2 – APIDAHM Premier: Performance by Polynesian Party Planners

Alt Text: APIDA Heritage Month - Asian Pacific Islander Desi American Heritage Month Celebrating Pacific Island Culture & Dance Polynesian Party Planners Friday April 2 2021 6pm MT/Zoom For complete event details please visit apacc.colostate.edu For reasonable accommodations or questions/concerns, please contact ramevents_apacc@mail.colostate.edu Image Description: teal poster with white print, drawings of different flowers on the right hand side, APACC, Pacific Club, RamEvents logo on the bottom photo of two people in purple pacific islander regalia in the middle

Kalama Polynesian Dancers is a Professional Polynesian Entertainment Dance Group. They have performed throughout Colorado and all over the U.S. in private events and also public events for the Denver Broncos, Colorado Mammoth, Colorado Dragon Boat and more! They are also affiliated with the Nonprofit Halau Kalama. Halau Kalama’s Dance Studio is located in Aurora, Colorado. They teach Hula, Tahitian, New Zealand, and Samoan dance to children and adults. They also teach speciality classes for Tahitian Drumming and Fire Knife Spinning. Their online platform is called Raqs Online where anyone all over the world can learn how to dance.

They are dedicated to the preservation and perpetuation of Native Pacific Islands’ culture and heritage through music, dance, language, and education. Members of Hālau Kalama collaborate and strive to entertain as well as enlighten all communities who wish to experience the “ALOHA SPIRIT.”

The video will be available throughout the month of April. Please take time to fill out the survey below. We would love to hear your feedback! Enjoy the performances!

You can find more information at http://www.halaukalama.com/
Video link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QbJqdZI5iJ8

April 6-9 – Aspen Grille Luncheon

1st Course
Lentil Soup (Southern India): A vegan lentil soup from southern India. No allergies of concern
2nd Course (served with Naan and rice) Choice of:
Pork Vindaloo (Spicy) (Western India): A spicy/tangy/sweet dish from western India is incredibly well balanced.  The Sauce is chile-based with tamarind and vinegar. Allergies/aversions of concern: Meat
Chicken Biryani Hyderbad (South Central): A nice and light chicken and rice dish that is sweet and savory with caramelized onions, yogurt, and some seasonings.Allergies/aversions of concern: Meat and Dairy
Paneer Korma (Northern India): Sweet and savory with paneer cheese cooked in a creamy sauce consisting primarily of coconut, cashews, tomato, and cream. Allergies/aversions of concern: Dairy and nuts
3rd Course
Kheer (Northern India): A light and fresh rice pudding with cardamom, coconut being the main flavors.  The dish is garnished with almonds and pistachios, but these can be omitted upon request. Allergies/aversions of concern: Dairy and nuts

April 8 @ 6pm – APIDAHM Keynote: Hasan Minhaj

Alt Text: APIDA Heritage Month - Asian Pacific Islander Desi American Heritage Month Keynote Speaker Hasan Minhaj Thursday April 8 2021 6pm MT/Zoom For complete event details please visit apacc.colostate.edu For reasonable accommodations or questions/concerns, please contact ramevents_apacc@mail.colostate.edu Image Description: teal poster with white print, drawings of different flowers on the right hand side, APACC and RamEvents logo on the bottom, Photo of Hasan in the middle with blue long sleeve shirt

Hasan Minhaj was the host and creator of the weekly comedy show Patriot Act with Hasan Minhaj that premiered on Netflix in October 2018. The series explored the modern cultural and political landscape with depth and sincerity through his unique comedic voice. The show received a 2019 Peabody Award, a 2019 Primetime Emmy Award for “Outstanding Motion Design,” and was recognized for a 2020 Television Academy Honor.  

In 2017, Minhaj earned rave reviews for his performance hosting the 2017 White House Correspondents’ Dinner, and for his one-hour Netflix comedy special Hasan Minhaj: Homecoming King, which earned him a 2018 Peabody Award. A first generation American, Minhaj joined The Daily Show with Jon Stewart as a correspondent in November 2014, where he was Jon’s last hire. He continued on in that role after Trevor Noah took over as host the following year and remained on the show through August 2018. 

You can follow him on Instagram and Twitter @hasanminhaj 

April 9 @ 12pm – Alumni Virtual Drop-In Event

Alt Text: Celebrating APIDA Heritage Month Adoptee Connections Thursday April 22nd @6pm Zoom Meeting ID: 964 6252 2236 Transracial and transnational APIDA adoptees and their families and friends are invited to gather and connect with other adoptees at CSU and in the community Image Description: teal poster with gold text heptagon with gold flowers , APAC logo on the bottom

Join us for our Alumni drop in event! If you can come for the whole time or only stay for a minute we welcome you to join us!

April 19 @ 6pm – Eriko Tsogo: Culture & Identity in Contemporary Mongolian Art

Alt Text: APIDA Heritage Month - Asian Pacific Islander Desi American Heritage Month Culture & Identity in Contemporary Mongolian Art - Eriko Tsogo Monday April 19 2021 6pm MT/Zoom For complete event details please visit apacc.colostate.edu For reasonable accommodations or questions/concerns, please contact ramevents_apacc@mail.colostate.edu Image Description: teal poster with white print, drawings of different flowers on the right hand side, APACC and RamEvents logo on the bottom photo picture of Eriko at a table smiling at the camera in the middle of drawing/writing something

Eriko Tsogo is a Mongolian American cross-disciplinary artist, art management professional and DACA recipient born on the steppes of Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia. She is an alumni of Denver School of the Arts, having attained her B.F.A (2012) from the School of the Museum of Fine Arts Boston and Tufts University. Eriko grew up in Budapest, Hungary and immigrated to the United States with her family in 1999. 

Eriko has had numerous art shows, curatorial projects and art residencies throughout the United States and Mongolia. She has been the recipient of ACE Foundation scholarship (2008-2012), “Juuh” Honorarium by the Mongolian Ministry of Education Culture and Science (2016), Alliance for Artist Communities Fellowship in affiliation with The Joan Mitchell Foundation (2018), Denver Office of Immigrant and Refugee Affairs Mini Grant (2019, 2020), and City of Denver Office of Equity and Diversity grant (2019). 

Since 2012, Eriko has worked as the Creative Director at the Mongolian Culture and Heritage Center of Colorado, where she oversees education, community engagement, and programming. She is a passionate advocate for advancing racial and cultural justice through the arts. Her animated short film “Tears of the Sky” premiered at the 2019 Colorado Dragon Film Festival. She was a guest speaker at the TEDxMileHigh RESET Adventure “Immigration In America” (Denver, 2018). 

Eriko was one of twenty-five international Mongolian artists selected to be part of “Contemporary Mongolian Art Biennial: Innovating Tradition” (The World Bank in Washington, DC, 2019). She collaborated with Motus Theater for the “UndocuAmerica Performance & Media Project” (Boulder, 2019). Eriko was invited to participate in the 2019 “I Stand With Immigrants” program at the 2019 Miami Art Basel powered by FWD.us. 

In 2021, Eriko and BETART Collective’s interactive art installation “Mongovoo” is due for permanent exhibition at the Meow Wolf Museum in Denver. She has served as Commissioner for the Office of Denver Commission of Cultural Affairs under Mayor B. Hancock from 2019-2020. Eriko is represented internationally by Tappan Collective in Los Angeles. 

You can find more information at: www.erikotsogo.com 

April 22 @ 6pm – Adoptee Connections

Alt Text: Celebrating APIDA Heritage Month Adoptee Connections Thursday April 22nd @6pm Zoom Meeting ID: 964 6252 2236 Transracial and transnational APIDA adoptees and their families and friends are invited to gather and connect with other adoptees at CSU and in the community Image Description: teal poster with gold text heptagon with gold flowers , APAC logo on the bottom

Transracial and transnational APIDA adoptees and their families and friends are invited to gather and connect with other adoptees at CSU and in the community.

April 27 @ 5pm – Chai to Understand: Anti-Blackness in the APIDA Community