As an accompanying feature of the exhibition, Visual Communications has prepared a collection of 31 videos on Vimeo that offers viewers the opportunity to watch and listen to the people and events that inspired the VC founders and core staffers to pick up the still and/or motion picture camera and capture intimate, unguarded perspectives of the Asian Pacific American Movement.
To commemorate the opening day of the exhibition, the Japanese American National Museum hosted Visual Communications (VC) co-founders and exhibition curators Duane Kubo, Robert Nakamura, and Eddie Wong in a panel discussion about the history of VC and the creation of the exhibition. The program was moderated by scholar, author, producer, and JANM Chief Curator Karen Ishizuka.
View clips from a 2011 interview with Visual Communications co-founder Robert A. Nakamura.
The Japanese American National Museum honored Robert A. Nakamura at its 2016 Gala Dinner. Watch the video tribute produced for the event.