Dan Kwong is an award-winning performance artist, director and teacher who has been touring his solo multimedia performances since 1989. He has performed in over 40 states in the U.S. and in England, Mexico, Canada, Hong Kong, Thailand, Cambodia, Indonesia, Korea, China and Japan. His book, FROM INNER WORLDS TO OUTER SPACE: The Multimedia Performances of Dan Kwong, was published by University of Michigan Press. This year he is deeply involved in Little Tokyo with three major art projects: participating as artist/designer in The LT Open miniature golf course exhibition April 21-29; performing What? No Ping-Ping Balls?, his solo show about his Nisei mother Momo Nagano, at JANM’s Tateuchi Democracy Forum on June 1-3; and participating in this pilot program of the LTSC +LAB Artist Residency. Kwong is a Resident Artist at 18th Street Arts Center in Santa Monica and serves as Associate Artistic Director for Great Leap. www.dankwong.com

Dan Kwong is an award-winning performance artist, director and teacher who has been touring his solo multimedia performances since 1989. He has performed in over 40 states in the U.S. and in England, Mexico, Canada, Hong Kong, Thailand, Cambodia, Indonesia, Korea, China and Japan. His book, FROM INNER WORLDS TO OUTER SPACE: The Multimedia Performances of Dan Kwong, was published by University of Michigan Press. This year he is deeply involved in Little Tokyo with three major art projects: participating as artist/designer in The LT Open miniature golf course exhibition April 21-29; performing What? No Ping-Ping Balls?, his solo show about his Nisei mother Momo Nagano, at JANM’s Tateuchi Democracy Forum on June 1-3; and participating in this pilot program of the LTSC +LAB Artist Residency. Kwong is a Resident Artist at 18th Street Arts Center in Santa Monica and serves as Associate Artistic Director for Great Leap. www.dankwong.com

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