Asian Media Access

 
Search WWW Search AMA

 

 

 

 
Pan Asian Arts Festival 2014

Pan Asian Arts Festival 2014

This is the 5th Annual Pan Asian Arts Festival, to celebrate the Asian Heritage Month. There will be dance performances, food, games, arts and crafts. Come join us for this celebration at the historic Landmark Center! Free admissions.

More Details>>.

Twin Cities Regional Center

Twin Cities Regional Center

Led by Asian Media Access and Project Sweetie Pie, the newly created Twin Cities Regional Center (TCRC) will cultivate private foreign capital to create a Global Cultural and Technology District and finance the development of 21st Century jobs and training...

more >>

P.H.U.N.

P.H.U.N. (Positively Healthy U Network)

PHUN after school programs comprise of 6 components from Academic Enrichment and Support to Youth Leadership and Readiness for Future. For children in 6th to 8th grade.

Download the flyer for more information.

Project Soundscape Logo

PROJECT SOUNDSCAPE

AMA has been providing digital media creation training to school youth. We now also provide our "analogue" side in music lessons. Project Soundscape includes 30-minute private lessons in guitar, vocal, and instruction and practice session in rock band.

More Information and registration >>

Radio ASIA Logo

Radio ASIA is Now On Air

Asian Media Access, Chinese Social Service Center, Lao Assistance Center, SEWA/Aifw, Slavic Community Center, and the Youth Media Force are excited to announce Radio ASIA, available now on air at 106.1 FM, HD 3. Web streaming is also available online at http://www.RadioASIA.info/

Go to Radio ASIA >>

Youth In Charge Logo
We are Blogging at YouthInCharge.org

A new web site featuring works from the AMA youth, including videos, photographies, digital arts, written pieces such as poems, poetries, and music.

Check out the site. >>

Find us also on
FaceBook   Twitter  AMA on YouTube  AMA on blip.tv

About Asian Media Access

Asian Media Access (AMA) is a comprehensive community education agency supporting creative solutions for problems within Asian American & Pacific Islander (AAPI) community through education, media advocacy, information technology and community organizing.
Read More >>

AMA has worked successfully to accomplish its mission in four distinct areas of focus: 1. Media Education; 2. Media Production; 3. Film Exhibition; and 4. RICE (Reaching Immigrant with Care and Education) that includes an on-going support group and case management for runaway and homeless youth.

Click HERE to view a video slideshow of some of our accomplishments from the past years. With your charitable contributions, we can look forward to serving the community for many more years to come!


Sponsors & Funders

21st Century Community Learning  MN Dept of Health   MN Dept of Education  National Endowment for the Arts   MN State Arts Board    MN Legacy Amendment   General Mills     St. Paul STAR Program   Target Logo   COMPAS United Arts Fund

"Arts Around Us" activity is made possible in part by a grant provided by the Minnesota State Arts Board through an appropriation by the Minnesota State Legislature from the State's arts and cultural heritage fund with money from the vote of the people of Minnesota on November 4, 2008.