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Kollaboration’s Global Executive Director Representing on LA18’s Halo Halo!

Kollaboration Global Executive Director Christine Minji Chang went on LA18’s Halo Halo with Kat Iniba to talk about Kollaboration’s recent award by the City of Los Angeles as well as the many projects Kollaboration has brewing! More Pictures from the Los Angeles City Hall APAHM Event:

May 31, 2015 • by Kollaboration

Buy your Tickets Now for Kollaboration Los Angeles 2015 – June 27 @ DTLA

On Saturday, June 27, Kollaboration Los Angeles triumphantly returns to Downtown Los Angeles for our 2015 showcase. Join us at the Los Angeles Theatre Center in DTLA for a celebration of Asian American talent and passion! Six talented finalists from all across Southern California were chosen through an intense and competitive round of auditions to […]

May 22, 2015 • by Kollaboration

What’s new on the TRAKTIVIST Playlist – 5/8/2015

Our friends at TRAKTIVIST.com shared with us a list of their favorite new releases from the last few weeks. Take a listen and check out some sweet new tunes from APA artists! 1. ‪Steve Aoki ft. Linkin Park‬ – ‪Darker Than Blood ‬ 2. Sam Tsui & Casey Breves – Time After Time (Cyndi Lauper) 3. AWOLNATION […]

May 8, 2015 • by Kollaboration

Kollaboration Update – 4/30/2015

Congratulations to J.Dep, winner of our first 2015 show at Kollaboration Boston which took place on April 17th at the Royale! It was definitely a night to remember with truly incredible performances from all 6 finalists and special guests. We also wrapped up an epic few weeks in LA at the LA Asian Pacific Film Festival […]

April 30, 2015 • by Kollaboration

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Fresh Off the Mic | Kollaboration Los Angeles | Open Mic 2015

#KollaborationLA holds its first open mic of the 2015 season at locally renowned Cafe Bleu in Koreatown. Coming off the momentum of #FreshOffTheBoat ‘s premiere, the theme of the night was #FreshOffTheMic, where talented LA musicians, poets, singers, and even standup comedians were out in number

March 4, 2015 • by Kollaboration