the hapa project by kip fulbeck

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  1. All This ChittahChattah | thehapaproject.com on August 19, 2011 at 4:51 pm

    […] The Hapa Project showed up on one of the pre-show ads at the SF Int’l Asian American Film Festival last weekend. It was cool to see the Hapa again, I had heard the term but had forgotten. It’s slang for (a person) of mixed racial heritage with partial roots in Asian and/or Pacific Islander ancestry, and the project is a book of photos (and an exhibit) of people who self-identify as Hapa. […]

  2. Part Asian, 100% Hapa « aufspitzenpapier on November 7, 2011 at 8:12 pm

    […] The Hapa Project – Kip Fulbeck Gefällt mir:LikeSei der Erste, dem dieser post […]

  3. The Kid With The Crazy Hair | Tootzypop on November 17, 2011 at 1:23 am

    […] field was mine. I pointed him out, and she remarked that he didn’t look Asian. (Both our sons are Hapas.) I recounted the story at dinnertime and my son was aghast, asking, “Mom, how did she know […]

  4. Maya Lilly performs MIXED | melaniedreams on December 3, 2011 at 10:05 am

    […] Fulbeck, Professor of Art at UCSB, writer, flimmaker and artist.  His Hapa Project was recently part of the race exhibit at the Smithsonian Museum of Natural History here in D.C.  […]

  5. […] of “hapa” because there has been so much hapa activism lately (here, here, here, and here for example).  I like the idea of M knowing how to find people who have shared her experience of […]

  6. hapa « ??? Five Spice Alley on December 21, 2011 at 6:11 am

    […] space, speak about his photography at the Museum of Chinese in America (MOCA). In 2001 Kip started The Hapa Project. He traveled across the country taking photographs of  more than 1200 volunteer subjects who […]

  7. […] of Kip Fulbeck, a multiracial professor, artist, filmmaker and writer who created the fantastic Hapa Project. I came across this book online and loved the idea. So I knew InCultureParent readers would love […]

  8. […] sampling from The Hapa Project, a multi-media exhibit featuring stunning photos and hand-written self descriptions of individuals […]

  9. […] a talk with philosopher Kwame Anthony Appiah, or a performance by artist Kip Fulbeck’s, whose Hapa Project is also part of the Race exhibit. Unlike the historical emphasis of other exhibitions that the […]

  10. […] for a one-night event. Fulbeck is the author of multiple books, including one of my favorites Part Asian, 100% Hapa. I was so excited to see this man in person, and let me tell you, it was as magical of an […]

  11. […] The Hapa Project website, and see more of Kip Fulbeck’s work here Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:LikeBe […]

  12. […] grew up half-Asian (or a “hapa haole”) in a predominantly Caucasian area of Portland, Oregon. My mother is half Japanese, half […]

  13. Towards the 21st Century—Addendum | n j w v on September 28, 2012 at 6:05 am

    […] Fulbeck Fine. Sort of non-white. Fulbeck is responsible for the Hapa Project and for the book Mixed Kids.* He plays with the concept of race itself and looks towards our […]

  14. The first time « American Family on November 2, 2012 at 1:45 am

    […] based on how she looks and how she can define herself however she wants.  We also talked about the Part Asian, 100% Hapa and the Mixed Kids books and how the people pictured in there define themselves in not only in […]

  15. […] I do know what hapas look like from my own personal experience (see Kip Fulbeck’s “Hapa Project“) and they don’t look like Star Trek TOS aliens. The comparison between “Cloud […]

  16. […] then dug deeper into this topic by talking about the artwork he is best known for: The Hapa Project. Hapa is a Hawaiian term meaning “half,” and is used to describe people of mixed ethnicities.  […]

  17. What are you?? | Words from the Pastors on May 29, 2013 at 5:02 am

    […] is an artist named Kip Fulbeck who has created a photography series called The Hapa Project. Hapa is a Hawaiian term that has come to refer to people who are multiracial, with one part of […]

  18. […] credit – Kip Fullbeck. The Hapa Project http://seaweedproductions.com/the-hapa-project/ Share this:TwitterFacebookGoogleLike this:Like Loading… Image | This entry was posted in […]

  19. […] my blog is and I can foresee the real world to be one in the future. One of the participants in HAPA project wrote, “I’m(will be) exactly the same as every other person in 2500,” which has […]

  20. […] Hapa Project in the exhibit says it all. The project was created by artist Kip Fullbeck, who has photographed […]

  21. […] up my visit I found myself in a corner dedicated specifically to Kip Fulbeck’s The Hapa Project. Fulbeck’s work has been incredibly influential in defining the multiracial experience and […]

  22. […] not just part of one group reminded me of a photo series I saw at the Pacific Science Center called “The Hapa Project.” The project highlights the concept that our appearance does not identify who we are and shows how […]

  23. […] Dariotis, it is the most significant exhibition on the subject since Kip Fulbeck’s groundbreaking Hapa Project, which began in 2002. In the decade since, we have seen America’s multiracial population grow a […]

  24. […] of the participants in HAPA project wrote, “I’m (will be) exactly the same as every other person in 2500,” which has […]

  25. […] of the participants in HAPA project wrote, “I’m (will be) exactly the same as every other person in 2500,” which has been and […]

  26. […] part of exhibit that Zhang was intrigued by was a photo series by Kip Fulbeck called “The Hapa Project.” She remembered one woman’s quote under her picture that said, “I’m a person of color. I’m […]

  27. […] part of exhibit that Zhang was intrigued with was a photo series by Kip Fulbeck called “The Hapa Project.” She remembered one woman’s quote under her picture that said, “I’m a person of color. I’m […]

  28. […] part of exhibit that Zhang was intrigued with was a photo series by Kip Fulbeck called “The Hapa Project.” She remembered one woman’s quote under her picture that said, “I’m a person of color. I’m […]

  29. […] The version of me that existed ten years ago needed to see mixed faces in media, needed things like the HAPA project to help her feel less alone, to help her realize that there were others out there who looked like […]

  30. DAY 2: WHAT’S YOUR NAME? | HAPnHAP on January 3, 2014 at 11:51 am

    […] you have ever heard of Kip Fullbeck’s 100% Hapa project then you can probably understand when I say I am 100% Hapa. It isn’t the main thing I […]

  31. […] wandered the ecosystem of giant butterflies, discovered a fantastic photographic project, "The Hapa Project," on multiracial identity by artist Kip Fulbeck.  And the temporary exhibit "The […]

  32. Polarbearstare | Pearltrees on April 10, 2014 at 7:35 pm

    […] week for the 2013 conference. Half Asian People's Association | Half the Asian, All the Sensation The Hapa Project – Kip Fulbeck Growing Up Half Asian American: Curse or Gift? | Asian Fortune By Tamara Treichel In this era of […]

  33. […] other work I wish Sharon Chang had mentioned in her post. While she talked about Kip Fulbeck’s Hapa Project, she didn’t mention Mixed […]

  34. Video Story Draft | 'Ohana on April 25, 2014 at 8:02 pm

    […] my Spring 2013 semester at Washington State University, I was introduced to the Hapa Project. It is a multiracial identity project created by artist Kip Fulbeck. Hapa is a Hawaiian word […]

  35. […] and cultural survival activists and debates about Hawaiian heritage all over the spectrum among hapas, locals, haoles, visitor’s bureau vested interests and Native Hawaiian bloodlines, I dare say […]

  36. Final Video Story Project | 'Ohana on May 2, 2014 at 2:36 am

    […] my Spring 2013 semester at Washington State University, I was introduced to the Hapa Project. It is a multiracial identity project created by artist Kip Fulbeck. Hapa is a Hawaiian word […]

  37. […] I saw the photo of Elliot Rodger. I and my cousin aren’t the only people who look like this? There are enough of us that we could be an […]

  38. […] when I saw the photo of Elliot Rodger. I and my cousin aren’t the only people who look like this? There are enough of us that we could be an […]

  39. […] come to mean specifically a mixed race person with Asian heritage (see Kip Fulbeck’s Hapa Project). I like the word hapa, but I’ve also heard that some people object to its having been […]

  40. news - Kip Fulbeck on September 29, 2014 at 11:08 am

    […] 9/22 – new hapa photos added […]

  41. […] I’m also planning to check out the exhibit Kip Fulbeck: part asian, 100% hapa, which a friend confirms is worth seeing. Much more info on this travelling exhibit can be found on Kip Fulbeck’s website. […]

  42. […] The Identity Project is an annual photo exhibition in which students, faculty and staff of the Smith community are photographed and given the opportunity to define who they are in their own words. It is loosely based off of Kip Fulbeck’s “Hapa Project.” […]

  43. […] them to identify themselves in their own words. The collection of photographs grew into the Hapa Project, a multiracial identity project encompassing traveling exhibits, presentations, and a published […]

  44. […] them to brand themselves in their possess words. The collection of photographs grew into a Hapa Project, a multiracial temperament plan encompassing roving exhibits, presentations, and a published book: […]

  45. […] them to identify themselves in their own words. The collection of photographs grew into the Hapa Project, a multiracial identity project encompassing traveling exhibits, presentations, and a published […]

  46. […] them to identify themselves in their own words. The collection of photographs grew into the Hapa Project, a multiracial identity project encompassing traveling exhibits, presentations, and a published […]

  47. […] them to identify themselves in their own words. The collection of photographs grew into the Hapa Project, a multiracial identity project encompassing traveling exhibits, presentations and a published […]

  48. […] And this, and this. […]

  49. […] Island roles such as Nancy Kwan and France Nuyen but also because of Kip Fulbeck’s “The Hapa Project.” We also know that genetically brown eyes are dominant and dark brown eyes and dark hair are […]

  50. […] photos for this piece are courtesy of the HAPA Project and Kip […]

  51. Thank you! | Gaysian Faces on November 16, 2015 at 4:34 am

    […] have to give credit to Kip Fulbeck, his book Part Asian/100% Hapa inspired me to do Gaysian […]

  52. […] era.  Fortunately, in 2006, you’ll walk into a Tower Records in New York city and skim through Kip Fulbeck’s book, Part Asian, 100% Hapa, and it’ll change your fucking life. Suddenly, you’ll realize that […]

  53. […] the book, Part Asian, 100% Hapa, author Kip Fulbeck emphasizes the need to release the shackles of this […]

  54. Choose Your Own Identity - California Info on December 14, 2015 at 11:58 am

    […] a difference, you know. A critical element in the long-running Hapa Project, for which the artist and filmmaker Kip Fulbeck traveled the country and photographed thousands of […]

  55. Choose Your Own Identity - Kip Fulbeck on December 15, 2015 at 10:58 am

    […] a difference, you know. A critical element in the long-running Hapa Project, for which the artist and filmmaker Kip Fulbeck traveled the country and photographed thousands of […]

  56. […] quote came from Photographer Kip Fulbeck’s “Hapa Project,” which photographed part-Asian (hapa) Americans and gave them an opportunity to write something […]

  57. Press - Kip Fulbeck on March 13, 2016 at 7:32 pm

    […] The Hapa Project […]

  58. […] The Hapa Project […]

  59. Stage & Candor on June 8, 2016 at 8:09 am

    […] here.  I remember there was this exhibition at NYU with the APA Institute which was called Part Asian, One 100% HAPA and it was just all of these faces of mixed race people. I didn’t know about this guy, I didn’t […]

  60. […] them to identify themselves in their own words. The collection of photographs grew into the Hapa Project, a multiracial identity project encompassing traveling exhibits, presentations and a published […]

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