Casts And Calls: Better Late Then Never

Thursday, May 21, 2009

Extremely late with posting these up (although I just got the second one today) but you still might be able to get on in tonight (as well as for future info):

Gentle reminder: if you want to hear the interview with former Secretary Norm Mineta live tonight at 6pm Pacific (and ask questions), you need to register at the link below. There are two ways to join this fr*ee call: phone (long distance charge may apply) or listen to the call on your computer via webcast.
If you can’t make the call tonight, go ahead and register anyway and you’ll receive access to listen to the call later. It will only take you 20 seconds to register.

By registering, you’ll also hear about upcoming interviews.

Here's the link to the registration page:
Please forward this to your friends or anyone who may be interested!

Best regards,
Erin Yoshimura and Gil Asakawa, Founders
See. Do. Become.
Asia Society

On behalf of Asia Society, I would like to invite you to tune in to a free live webcast we are hosting tonight from 7:00 to 8:30 PM. Vishakha N. Desai, president of Asia Society, will be giving a lecture on the complex relationships between curators and collectors in addition to focusing on the decades of collaboration between Lee and the Rockefellers as the family built their Asian art collection. The Mr. and Mrs. John D. Rockefeller 3rd Collection of Asian Art became one of the most notable collections of Asian art in the United States and was fundamental to the creation of the Asia Society.

The video webcast will be available live on from 7:00-8:30 PM.

I would also like to kindly request your assistance on spreading the word about this free educational event. Asia Society would greatly appreciate any blog post or even a link to this event that is accessible from any computer. Thanks so much for your help, and I hope you enjoy the program.

If you would like more info on the event, please visit:
I know I know - but didn't you see my last post?