The Blended Remixed Celebration, the country’s biggest social event of blended race and multiracial families and individuals, will happen at the Los Angeles Theater Center in downtown Los Angeles (514 S. Spring Road), June 10, 2017.
The Celebration praises stories of multiracial Americans and families, the quickest developing statistic in the U.S. A free open occasion, the Celebration unites film and book partners, imaginative and rising specialists, and multiracial and multicultural families and people for workshops, readings, exhibitions, and film screenings.
The Blended Remixed Celebration pulled in near 1,000 individuals from the nation over a year ago and highlighted many essayists, researchers and entertainers including television and film star Taye Diggs. This year the Celebration – now in its fourth year- – commends the 50th Commemoration of Cherishing v. Virginia, the Preeminent Court choice that enabled individuals of various races to wed across the country.
The Celebration, a non-benefit expressions association – is delivered by The New York Times top rated author, Heidi Durrow, and a capable group of excitement experts and craftsmen.
“It’s energizing to at long last observe blended individuals and families in prevailing press and to interface with each other on-line,” says Durrow, who calls herself an Afro-Viking since she is African-American and Danish. “Be that as it may, the Celebration is the main across the nation social expressions occasion where we get the chance to meet each other and share stories.”
The occasion is free and open to people in general. Enrollment is currently open. The entire Celebration calendar can be discovered online at www.mixedremixed.org.
Celebration HIGHLIGHTS INCLUDE:
– The Celebration has the biggest West Drift Cherishing Day Festivity, Saturday, June 10, 2017, at 6:30 p.m. with the yearly Storyteller’s Prize introduction and live show. The Celebration will display the Storyteller’s Prize to film star David Oyelowo as a major aspect of a dynamic live show including entertainers, artists and talked word artists.
– Families can appreciate intelligent art exercises, free face-painting and narrating occasions driven by the cherished Santa Clause Monica book shop, Books and Treats, as a component of the family exercises.
– The Celebration will include a unique program highlighting a family for whom the Adoring choice came past the point of no return. As of late, a youthful law understudy in Virginia, Katrina Callsen, revealed her own particular side of the story, with the assistance of present day science – a hereditary test from 23andMe. Katrina and her dad share her revelation and the progressively outstretching influence it’s had on the family.
– The Celebration will display a few outstanding short movies including the honor winning Hushes (dir. Octavio Warnock-Graham). Quickly taking after every one of the screenings there will be Q & A with the movie producers and researcher drove discourses that interface a humanities point of view to contemporary storytellers’ work.
– The Celebration incorporates writer readings by New York Times top of the line writer Julie Lythcott-Haims (How To Raise A Grown-up: Break Free of the Overparenting Trap And Set up Your Child for Achievement, and the prospective diary Genuine American) and honor winning author May-lee Chai and numerous others.
– More than twelve regarded specialists will talk on assorted subjects identified with the blended race and multicultural experience, including one of the most youthful TED Colleagues, performer/movie producer Kayla Briet; and Tehran, entertainer and host of the mainstream indicates Drama Bazaar and Top pick Comic drama at The Chuckle Plant.
Celebration patrons and funders include: 23andMe, Blended Chicks, Buntoppers, Last Draft, Wood Farm BBQ & Flame broil, the Leo Buscaglia Establishment, and the Puffin West Establishment. This venture was made conceivable with support from California Humanities, a non-benefit accomplice of the National Gift for the Humanities. Visit www.calhum.org. Any perspectives, discoveries, conclusions, or proposals communicated in this show don’t really speak to those of California Humanities or the National Blessing for the Humanities.
Blended Remixed is a 501(c)(3) non-benefit expressions association that has the biggest across the nation assembling of blended race and multiracial families and individuals for a yearly film, book and execution celebration. Presently in its fourth year, the Blended Remixed Celebration praises stories of multiracial Americans and families and unites film and book mates, imaginative and developing specialists, and multiracial families and individuals for workshops, readings, exhibitions, film screenings and family fun.