If you're in Southern California, the Asian American Initiative at Fuller Theological Seminary invites you to Altered Egos, a conference exploring the intersections between gospel, pop culture and Asian American identity with award-winning graphic novelist Gene Luen Yang. The event will also feature pop/soul band Tim Be Told and funk/pop band Ruth + The Library, as well as Jenny Yang, Margaret Yu, Jerome Mammen and myself.
It's happening Saturday, May 21 at Fuller Seminary's Pasadena Campus. Here are some more details:
ALTERED EGOS: Gospel, Pop Culture + Asian American Identity
Saturday, May 21
8:30AM - 9:00PM
Payton Hall room 101
Fuller Theological Seminary
135 N. Oakland Avenue
Pasadena, CA 91101
AAI, Brehm Center, and Inheritance Magazine presents
How does Asian American identity matter for the gospel?
We invite you to explore the intersections between gospel, pop culture, and Asian American identity with the award-winning graphic novelist Gene Luen Yang, pop/soul band Tim Be Told, and Kpop funk Ruth + the Library.
Phil "Angry Asian Man" Yu
Comedian Jenny Yang
Margaret Yu, national executive director of Epic Movement
Jerome Mammen, area director for InterVarsity
PRICING (Registration includes lunch)
Fuller Student/Faculty/Staff $20
Concert Only Free
Register today! http://fuller.edu/AlteredEgos/
Registration closes at midnight on May 15. Limited walk-up registration will be available. For further information about Altered Egos, go here, and follow updates on the Facebook event. Hope to see you there.