2009 TO 2011 - DISABLED CHILDREN AND ADULT PERFORMERS FROM SOUTH KOREA ASTOUND EVERY STAGE IN THE USA
We excitedly partnered with Hanbit Arts Company, a visually disabled performing arts company in South Korea to stage amazing and eye opening performances throughout California and Washington D.C. Kids from age 10 and up to young adults up to 26 years of age performed together that brought crowds to their feet and tears from the sheer beauty and strength of the team that brought music to life. They even performed at the Kennedy Center!
2012 TO 2014 - DANCERS AND STARS ALIGNED AT ROYCE HALL UCLA
Break dancing, hip hop, popping, and pop dancing came together to put together the world’s most awesome performances. Who said Asians can’t dance? At UCLA Royce Hall with an amazing events staff that helped us every step of the way, we collaborated with a nonprofit in South Korea again to stage a Korean cultural dance performance. It was cool, bright, and energized. We were excited to bring today’s culture of dance onto a stage where 7 year olds were flying, 18 year olds were in sync in locking and popping, and the music was Korean pop music from this decade!
2015 TO 2017 - FIVE YEAR PLANNING FOR OUR FUTURE
We brainstormed on what can we really do to help our local communities with the success of our programs. We energetically had brought many cultural performances to the US and wanted to plan the next stage of our foundation’s goals with the support of our community.
What could we do as a team to bring out the art, history, education, and technology to the forefront to help our community grow together? We spent these past years to open the discussion of what programs, projects, and growth we wanted to curate with our partners, supporters, and community. We decided to focus on longstanding projects and programs for our community in the form of scholarships, volunteerism, and events. If you are interested in helping our team grow and support our programs, please contact us anytime at firstname.lastname@example.org.