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Hsin-Jung Tsai, a native of Taiwan, studied at the Ph D-DMA program in music composition at the CUNY Graduate Center with Tania Leon and Bernadette Speech, has had her compositions performed in Japan, Europe, Taiwan and the United States. Tsai had her chamber music recital at Weill Recital Hall, Carnegie Hall in New York. Tsai has collaborated on films and theater projects: she composed a clarinet solo piece, Poetry of a Painter, for a short film on the life of the artist, Fernando Gerassi; the score for Allatonceness, a multimedia performance where the composer also conducted; music design and improvisation for a documentary film Turning Japanese; music design for Dorothy Tan's play, Palace of Loneliness, produced by Multistage Inc. Tsai received the Music Composition Award from the Asian American Research Institute in New York. Tsai was invited as a guest composer and held a lecture recital at Tarrant County College South Campus, Fort Worth, Texas. Tsai received grant from City University of New York Diversity Grant for her piano solo piece “Precipitation.” In 2008, Ms.
and HERE Theatre for the Performing Arts in New York; and the score for a documentary film Ocean and People produced by Civilization Explorer Association (CEA). Tsai relocated to Houston, where she has been actively contributing her compositions, as well as performing as an improvisational artist.
Known as the Tenth Muse, Sor Juana Inés de la Cruz is Latin America's finest Baroque poet, but her work was forgotten for almost two hundred years until rediscovered by women scholars at the start of the 20th century.
Carlo De La Cruz is a program associate at the Milken Institute California Center.
His work focuses on workforce development, regional governance and the jobs-housing-transit balance through the Institute’s San Francisco Bay Area-based advocacy effort.
Sor Juana thirsted for knowledge throughout her entire life even though females had little access to formal education.
Defying the expected convention of marriage and living a typical life, Sor Juana joined the nunnery in 1667 as the only option to continue her studies. I have this inclination to study and if it is evil I am not the one who formed me thus – I was born with it and with it I shall die.”Sor Juana didn't limit her writings to topics related to religious matters.
She is now credited as the first published feminist of the new world.