Reflections on Identity
Featuring: Cori Dioquino | Jennifer Knight | Momo Nakamura | Mohammad R. Suaidi
Original Works By: Sam Callanta | Katelynn Kenney | Mohammad R. Suaidi
When: Saturday, September 22 @ 5:30-6 PM
Where: Secondary Stage, Lexington Street and Howard Street
We are excited to be participating in Baltimore's first ever Charm City Night Festival! Join us Saturday, September 22 as we celebrate Asian American and Pacific Indigenous cultures through the arts. BAPAC will be presenting Reflections on Identity: A series of original performance pieces which re-define and re-examine AAPI experiences and identity in America. Following the performances, stop by our booth to ask us questions and chat!
Coinciding with the Lunar Mid-Autumn Festival, the first-ever Charm City Night Market will host musical acts, artists, food vendors, storytellers, and cultural ambassadors - all converging on an historic block of Baltimore’s Chinatown.
This epic outdoor block party will connect Lexington Market to Park Avenue, spanning the city’s intertwined communities of color. Bounce between fun, insightful performances, dope food from local vendors, and a soju/sake/beer garden while learning something, meeting someone new, and envisioning a future where we all party together late into the night.