Visual Communications

Visual Communications was incorporated in April 1970 through the hard work of folks who were responsible for the establishment of the UCLA Asian American Studies Center; and most significant, second-year Asian American students of a UCLA affirmative action initiative at the UCLA Film School, the Enthnocommunications Program. The four founders — Duane Kubo, Robert Nakamura, Alan Ohashi, and Eddie Wong — helped realize Visual Communications from its beginnings as a mediamakers’ cooperative to a full-service media arts center. The organization is recognized today as a pioneer in producing, presenting and preserving more honest and accurate portrayals of Asian Pacific peoples in America, and training and nurturing newer generations of media artists of Asian pacific descent.

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