Asian Pacific Culture Week 2017 Program Proposal

Since its inception in 1973, Asian Pacific Culture Week (APCW) has provided the UC Davis campus with cultural programs designed to both educate and celebrate. APCW became a University sponsored program in 1979 and has grown into an annual event anticipated by students, faculty, staff, and members of the Davis community alike. The week is filled with presentations by speakers from diverse corners of the Asian American and Pacific Islander community. In the past, musicians, comedians, actors, authors, artists, and civil rights activists have visited the campus to share their experiences.

APCW cannot take place without your involvement. We cordially invite you to submit a program proposal.

Note: All funding requests will be reviewed and approved after proposal submission. Groups or individuals granted funding must provide itemized receipts to Program Coordinator, Kriti Garg for reimbursement.

IMPORTANT INFORMATION:
This Year's APCW: May 1-5, 2017
***Deadline to submit: Monday, April 3, 2017***

Program Proposals will be reviewed and confirmed on a "first come, first serve" basis but will due no later than April 3rd. WE WILL NOT ACCEPT PROPOSALS AFTER APRIL 3RD.
Please keep in mind that programs should be at least an hour long.

ALL GROUPS WILL BE RESPONSIBLE FOR MAKING SURE THE FACILITY STAYS CLEAN

If you have any questions, comments, or concerns, feel free to contact Mandy Lew (mglew@ucdavis.edu) or Kathy Vu (kuvu@ucdavis.edu).

Thank you!

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