Visual Communications (non-profit Organization)

Visual Communications (non-profit Organization)

Visual Communications (Southern California Asian American Studies Central Inc.) – also known as VC – is a community-based non-profit media arts organization in Los Angeles, dedicated to creating, preserving and presenting Asian Pacific American history and culture through the media arts. Founded in 1970, the organization, through its numerous filmmaking, video production and community media productions and through its various screening activities, photographic exhibits and publications, has pioneered many vital developments in the national media arts arena. VC offers production and training in filmmaking, video and photography, for Asian Americans. In addition to maintaining a large archive of Asian Pacific photographs, VC annually presents the Los Angeles Asian Pacific Film Festival. It was founded in 1970 by Robert Nakamura, Alan Ohashi, Eddie Wong and Duane Kubo.

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