Jay Park interview and performance at ISA Los Angeles

Pacific Rim Video Press was in Long Beach 4C The Power Workshop and at the Cerritos Performing Arts Center.

The interviewer didn’t seem to know enough about Jay Park. He didn’t know how the Korean system works and when we were at the ISA concert some of the interviewers mentioned how they were too afraid to ask Jay Park about his past problems in Korea, but this interviewer showed no fear.

4C The Power stands for * Culture * Community * Creativity * Career
4C is committed to connecting youth to education through the arts. Inspired to connect artists with the youth and communities that support them. 4C The Power is a non-profit organization. The goal of the 4C The Power Program is to provide standards-based trainings by professional artists for youth in the area of the arts so they will become more engaged in school which will result in an increase in high school graduation rates. 4C The Power is also designed to assist students in building confidence through learning about their awesome potential through their own creativity, culture, and responsibility to the community.

The Interview:

The workshop outtakes.

The workshop from 4C.

Jay Park performs “Demon.”


About Jana J. Monji

I've written for the Rafu Shimpo, LA Weekly, LA Times, Examiner.com and, more recently, the Pasadena Weekly and RogerEbert.com. I formerly worked for a dot-com more interested in yodeling than its customers.

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