Thursday June 27, 2019, 5:30-7:00
Portland Chinatown Museum
127 NW Third Ave | Portland OR 97209
$12/General Public; $10/Members
PORTLAND, OR – June 10, 2019
Renowned writer, producer, media and theater artist, and co-founder of Portland’s MediaRites’ Theater Diaspora, Dmae Roberts will screen her 2015 documentary film Mei Mei: A Daughter’s Song and read from her recent book Letting Go Trilogies: Stories of a Mixed Race Family (2016).
Roberts’s program is part of Stories My Mother and Father Told Me, a series is organized by the Portland Chinatown Museum featuring a diverse array of storytellers and presenters exploring Asian American immigrant experiences across the generations. It is sponsored in part by a grant from Oregon Humanities.
More information, including how to purchase tickets online, can be found on Facebook @portlandchinatown.
About the Portland Chinatown Museum
The Portland Chinatown Museum is Oregon’s first museum that tells the history of Portland’s Chinatowns and provides a venue for contemporary Asian American artists in the Pacific Northwest to show their work. The museum hours are Thursdays-Sundays 12-5pm, with Wednesdays devoted to group tours by reservation.
The museum’s construction has been made possible by generous support from the Chinese Community and grants from Prosper Portland, the Oregon Cultural Trust, the Oregon Community Foundation, and the Collins Foundation.