Performative Studies, Video, (100% Art)


Professor Fulbeck specializes in spoken word, personal narrative, identity exploration and pop-culture analysis. He has published several books including Part Asian, 100% Hapa (2006); Permanence: Tattoo Portraits (2008); and Mixed: Portraits of Multiracial Kids (2010), all with Chronicle Books.  Solo exhibitions include the Japanese American National Museum (2006, 2010, 2014), Space180 Gallery, Ghettogloss Gallery, A/P/A Institute, Invisible NYC Gallery, University of North Carolina, the Field Museum, Oregon Nikkei Legacy Center, and Yokohama Museum of Migration.  Fulbeck has performed at over one hundred venues nationwide and abroad and keynoted dozens of conferences, including the Society for Photographic Education, National Conference On Race in Higher Education, and the National Association of Independent Schools.  He has been featured on CNN, MTV, The TODAY Show, PBS, Voice of America, and various NPR programs. Fulbeck created The Hapa Project in 2001, was awarded the inaugural Loving Prize at the Mixed Roots Film & Video Festival (2007), named a Cultural Pioneer by the Harvard HAPA Club (2010), and is a recipient of the UCSB Distinguished Teaching Award.