For the third year, Asian Heritage and Justice Exhibit. is hosting an exciting exhibit by Eugene photographer and digital artist Melissa Nolledo, titled Our Stories: Immigrants of America. This year will be sponsored by the Wayne Morse Center for Law and Politics. The Asian Celebration was the first place to show these important photographs – and now they have been shown all around Oregon! Unexpected server response () while retrieving PDF "anewplace.info".
Experience the sights, sounds and aromas of more than a dozen Asian cultures. Two full days of nonstop entertainment, music, crafts, cooking and martial arts demonstrations, fine art exhibit, children's activities, vendor marketplace and Asian food/5(1). The Asian Celebration is an event that takes place during the third weekend of every February at the Lane Events Center in Eugene. It consists of ongoing performances, activities, food, shopping, and lots more. It attracts thousands of visitors each year and is the largest festival of its kind in all of Oregon.
The 34th annual Oregon Asian Celebration will include traditional entertainment performances, live music, fine arts, martial arts demonstrations and a marketpace of Asian crafts, Asian cuisine and other cultural touchstones from every corner of the world's largest continent. Dozens of cultures are represented at the festival including Chinese, Indian, Japanese, Middle Eastern, Korean, Thai. Oregon Asian Celebration | "Year of the Dog," cultural entertainment, performances on three stages, fine arts exhibit, Asian food court, marketplace, Asian craft demonstration, cooking, martial arts; children and youth activities, special events "Year of the Dog – Bark to the Future" is this year’s theme for the 33rd annual Oregon Asian Celebration.