Kollaboration Celebrates 20 Years of Promoting AAPIs in Entertainment with Star-Studded Virtual Event

Kollaboration, the non-profit organization that has long supported AAPIs in art and entertainment, is celebrating their 20th anniversary with a FREE virtual event featuring an incredible line-up of artists.

On December 12, the Kollaboration 20th Anniversary Celebration will feature performances by rapper Ruby Ibarra, singer-songwriter Megan Lee, musician and YouTuber David Choi, singer-songwriter CLARA, co-owner of Kinjaz and former Jabbawockeez member Ben Chung, and renowned violinist Jason Yang, along with other special guest appearances and celebrity shout outs.

RSVP HERE to attend the free virtual event from 6:00-8:00 p.m. EST (3:00-5:00 p.m. PST) that will stream on Facebook and YouTube Live.

Kollaboration is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization and movement founded in 2000 by comedian Paul “PK” Kim to support, empower, spotlight Asian American and Pacific Islanders in the arts. Since its founding, the organization has hosted over 170 live events spotlighting over 1,200 AAPI performers in their STAR Showcases and over 1,500 industry professionals and influencers through their annual EMPOWER conferences. Actor Randall Park, actor Steven Yeun, comedian Ali Wong, actress and rapper Awkwafina, comedian Jo Koy, music band Run River North, hip hop group Far East Movement, K-Pop artist Eric Nam, and rapper Dumbfoundead are all counted as alumni, past performers and supporters of Kollaboration.

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Kollaboration founder Paul “PK” Kim and Board Member/former Executive Director Minji Chang

Visit Kollaboration.org to learn more!

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