kip fulbeck Artist Kip Fulbeck has exhibited and performed in over 20 countries and throughout the U.S., and has been featured on CNN, MTV, The TODAY ShowThe New York Times, Voice of America, and numerous NPR programs.

He is the author of six books including Part Asian, 100% HapaMixed: Portraits of Multiracial Kids; and hapa.me – 15 Years of The Hapa Project, and the exhibition artist of Perseverance: Japanese Tattoo Tradition in a Modern World.

Fulbeck teaches as a Distinguished Professor of Art at the University of California, Santa Barbara, where he received the Faculty Diversity Award and the Distinguished Teaching Award, and has been named an Outstanding Faculty Member five times.

In recognition for his work promoting multiracial awareness, he was awarded the inaugural Loving Prize at the Mixed Roots Film & Literary Festival and named a Cultural Pioneer at Harvard University. He was also named a Local Hero by KCET Public Broadcasting Service and received the Community Builder Award at Vancouver's Hapa-palooza Festival.

A complete overachiever despite being only half-Chinese, he is also an avid surfer, guitar player, ocean lifeguard, tropical fish enthusiast, and multiple-time national champion in U.S. Masters Swimming

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Artist Kip Fulbeck has exhibited and performed in over 20 countries and throughout the U.S., and has been featured on CNN, MTV, The TODAY ShowThe New York Times, Voice of America, and numerous NPR programs.

He is the author of six books including Part Asian, 100% HapaMixed: Portraits of Multiracial Kids; and hapa.me – 15 Years of The Hapa Project, and the exhibition artist of Perseverance: Japanese Tattoo Tradition in a Modern World.

Fulbeck teaches as a Distinguished Professor of Art at the University of California, Santa Barbara, where he received the Faculty Diversity Award and the Distinguished Teaching Award, and has been named an Outstanding Faculty Member five times.

In recognition for his work promoting multiracial awareness, he was awarded the inaugural Loving Prize at the Mixed Roots Film & Literary Festival and named a Cultural Pioneer at Harvard University. He was also named a Local Hero by KCET Public Broadcasting Service and received the Community Builder Award at Vancouver's Hapa-palooza Festival.

A complete overachiever despite being only half-Chinese, he is also an avid surfer, guitar player, ocean lifeguard, tropical fish enthusiast, and multiple-time national champion in U.S. Masters Swimming

view cv

What People Are Saying

view demo reel

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