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Joan Osato

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USA Project: Joan Osato Project

http://www.usaprojects.org/project/califas Please see the link for a video about Caifas. Contact: Joan Osato joan.osato@gmail.com I'm announcing a fundraising campaign for a photo/video documentation & community outreach project throughout the state of California. About Califas Califas turns its eye towards California:  the state, the state of mind, the people, and the land.  Califas seeks to create rich ground to engage new audiences, and provides space for the residents of our home to “reimagine” collective identity.  As part of the project, California resident and photographer Joan Osato is documenti... [more]
Posted by Joan Osato on 6/6/13

Art of Hustle: PODCAST EPISODE 006: PRODUCING DIRECTOR, JOAN OSATO

This is an episode I’ve so been looking forward to! We speak to one of the most effective grants hustlers I’ve ever met in the performing arts arena, Joan Osato. She has produced shows that have traveled all over the nation, most notably working with performer Marc Bamuthi Joseph whose titles include “The Break/s” and “Word Becomes Flesh”. Joan blesses us here with some fantastic tips on getting your own art up and out there.  We talk about: Managing your career Securing funding Getting into festivals Touring your work! Resources mentioned in this episode: TCG APAP Under the Rad... [more]
Posted by Joan Osato on 5/10/12

In the Mission Blog

by Joan Osato
http://missionlocal.org/2009/12/free-family-portrait-a-success/   By Rigoberto HernandezPosted December 21, 2009 12:12 pm It was free family portrait day at Intersection for the Arts on Saturday evening. Aside from being free for families, the photos taken by Joan Osato and Rebeka Rodriguez will be used to decorate the set of their new play, “Mirrors in Every Corner.” Conceived by writer Chinaka Hodge, the play will go live during the last week of February and will explore race, family and neighborhood lineage. All kinds of families showed up: Some wanted to support the play but others... [more]
Posted by Joan Osato on 12/21/09