Author Archives: micebergcollective
This summer MIC is involved in an exciting and culturally significant new project: the creation of digital, interactive experiences to augment the commemorative viewing of the AIDS Memorial Quilt in Washington DC. MIC co-founder Ioana Literat will be on the … Continue reading
M.I.C. is organizing the first Immigrant Film Festival in Queens, NYC, from the 23 to the 28th of July. The Other Side Film Festival will be showcasing films about and by immigrants in New York City. We will host talks … Continue reading
June grew up as part of a Chinese family in Malaysia. Her mother tongue is Mandarin, she celebrates Chinese holidays and identifies as Chinese. But June had never been to China before. In this video MIC accompanies June in her … Continue reading
Matias Britos travels from Argentina to China for the first time. He gives an interesting insight into China’s diversity and his experience traveling together with 28 students from across the world.
In this animation, MIC reports from Ningxia province in northwest China. This piece takes a close look at a very specific environmental initiative implemented in developing countries by the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) — the Clean … Continue reading
M.I.C has joined the Border Statement: China-Burma (Myanmar) Community Arts Initiative. Border Statements utilizes contemporary art practice – performance, photography, video, sculpture, painting, bookmaking, public art, and music – as alternative cultural preservation and public/peer education strategies for citizen engagement in … Continue reading
As part of our documentary Whose China? we have created a blog in which young adults from across the globe talk about their experience while traveling across northern China. Read Zain’s point of view bellow, and if you want to … Continue reading