Asian Pacific American Cultural Arts Foundation

Asian Pacific American Cultural Arts Foundation The Asian Pacific American Cultural Arts Foundation seeks to preserve cultural heritage through the exchange and exhibit of the performing arts, educational, cultural, and social functions between ethnic groups of Asian heritage in America.

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Happy Fall students and educators! Get ahead of the curve and start studying now for the SATs. You may find some of those vocabulary words helpful when navigating this year's election.


Happy Spring students! Congratulations to those that have received acceptances to their programs of choice. Not yet ready for college applications? No sweat, make sure to check out our SAT classes to get you there!


Summer may be winding down but the school year is just beginning! Make sure to start the year off right by signing up to SAT Prep courses on our homepage!


Happy Spring! Get out in your community and be a part of something positive!

For those that have recently "liked" our page, be sure to swing by our homepage for more updates on our organization!htt...
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For those that have recently "liked" our page, be sure to swing by our homepage for more updates on our organization!

To support students interested in the media arts, APACAF designed a Youth in Media training program to provide students a chance to compete for a hands-on media training internship where they work side-by-side with experienced television producers of VATV ( Students’ projects are broad…


The snow is coming down heavy out there! In the meantime, stay safe and warm - who knows? You might even have a delay this week!


As another school year comes to a close, we are excited to congratulate the graduating seniors! If you, or anyone you know is graduating this year - we wish you the best!


I hope everyone enjoyed their Thanksgiving break, and are eagerly preparing for the winter festivities! For those students who are still in session, best wishes on your final exams before the winter holiday!

Internships | Freer and Sackler Galleries

Did you know? Fairfax County Public Schools have both local and national internship opportunities listed?

If you're a high school student interested in working with art, here is one great opportunity you will want to check out:

"The Richard Louie Memorial Internship for High School Students of Asian Descent honor Richard Louie, former Associate Director of the Freer Gallery of Art and Arthur M. Sackler Gallery. The program is intended as an opportunity for high school students of Asian descent to gain a practical and educational experience in a museum setting that is mentor-guided." More information about this great opportunity is located here:

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The Freer Gallery of Art and Arthur M. Sackler Gallery, the national museums of Asian art at the Smithsonian Institution, offer a paid internship for high school students of Asian descent. The Richard Louie Memorial Internship was established in 1994 to honor Richard Louie, former associate director...


Good Morning NOVA!

Thanksgiving is right around the corner - be sure to check out the upcoming events in the local community, and share them here! We are always excited to see photos of what has been happening around town - especially during the holidays!



Enjoying your fall so far? Make sure to share your community photos from your fall festivities!


Come out to the upcoming Mid-Atlantic Union of Vietnamese Student Association (MAUVSA) Inauguration & Benefit Gala on June 14th! Check out a showcase of what the college & young professional Vietnamese American community has been up to!


Chinese New Year is right about the corner! Let's get ready to celebrate Year of the Snake!


Happy Holidays!


Happy Post Thanksgiving everyone! Enjoy a safe but fruitful Black Friday!

MAUVSA Advance Conference 2013 Promo

Asian American students and college graduates in the DMV area, here is an opportunity to get involved with your community! Consider participating in the MAUVSA Advance Conference for 2013. MAUVSA serves as a union to bring Vietnamese American students together through action. Plan to take action with them!

Check their page and website for more information.

ARE YOU READY? Join us January 25th-27th 2013! Visit:


Here's to 12 years of engaging with our community. Do something great today, get involved!

Moon cakes, a Fall staple in the Trung Thu Festival. They are usually round or square shaped delicacies shared amongst f...

Moon cakes, a Fall staple in the Trung Thu Festival. They are usually round or square shaped delicacies shared amongst friends and family as a token of good will. The pastries consist of a variety of fillings such as salted duck yolk to sweet dense fruit. These are seasonal sweets, so be sure to get them before they disappear!

Photo credit to roadlesstaken.wordpress


Did you know? Trung Thu is a Mid-Autumn Festival also known as the Moon Festival. It is a popular lunar harvest festival celebrated by Chinese and Vietnamese people. So get out there and welcome the season with moon cakes, matchmaking and dragon dances!


September is almost over! Have you found ways to stay connected to your community throughout the Fall?


Fall is just around the corner, have you started looking at the upcoming community events?


Only 2 more months until the 12th anniversary of APACAF!

A few photos from our past events.

A few photos from our past events.




Welcome to APACAF's official page!


308 Hillwood Ave
Falls Church, VA


(571) 282-3077


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