Performative Studies, Narrative (100% Art)
Affiliate Faculty in Asian American Studies, Film & Media Studies
Kip Fulbeck specializes in personal narrative, spoken word, identity exploration and pop-culture analysis. International solo exhibitions include the Newcastle Museum (Australia), Canterbury Museum (NZ), Japanese Overseas Migration Museum (JPN), and Nikkei National Museum (CAN). Selected domestic solo exhibitions include the Japanese American National Museum, Field Museum, Morikami Museum, and Virginia Museum of Fine Arts. His films and artwork have shown in the Whitney Biennial, Singapore International Film Festival, and World Wide Video Festival (The Hague). Fulbeck has published numerous books including Part Asian, 100% Hapa (2006); Mixed: Portraits of Multiracial Kids (2010); Perseverance: Japanese Tattoo Tradition in a Modern World (2014); and hapa.me – 15 years of The Hapa Project (2018), and has been featured on CNN, MTV, The TODAY Show, Voice of America, The New York Times, PBS, and various NPR programs. He was awarded the inaugural Loving Prize at the Mixed Roots Film & Video Festival, named a Local Hero by KCET Public Television, and is the recipient of the university’s Distinguished Teaching Award.