ASAWA

AcronymDefinition
ASAWAAssociation for the Advancement of Women in Africa (est. 1985)
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The Asawa Room: Born in California to Japanese immigrants, Ruth Asawa battled entrenched discrimination throughout her life to become this country's first Asian American woman sculptor of note and a force for arts education.
Asawa, and after listening to his recordings in order to completely understand the parameters of his unique instrument, the composer crafted "a set of love songs .
Christensen's husband studied at Black Mountain College, the renowned North Carolina art school where Asawa also trained.
The lender intends to roll out branches in Surat in Gujarat and Bhilwara in Rajasthan and another two in the twin cities of Hyderabad and Secunderabad in the fiscal 2012/2013, Asawa said.
After dark on March 18th, artist Ruth Asawa and her friends installed the mermaid sculpture Andrea in Halprin's fountain.
The concert also will feature soprano Elizabeth Norman, countertenor Brian Asawa and baritone Earle Patriarco, along with the Eugene Symphony Chorus, conducted by Sharon Paul.
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Among the oddities are a lovely account by countertenor Brian Asawa and a bizarre one by Isao Tomita and the Plasma Symphony Orchestra (1964).
To memorialize Bridge, Rorem has resurrected two songs from that set, placing them in an entirely new context by adding seven more of Larson's poems to form a scintillating cycle for countertenor Brian Asawa, who also sings the earlier From an Unknown Past (transcribed especially for him).
Past winners include Elizabeth Futral, Ana Maria Martinez, Maki Mori, John Osborn and Brian Asawa.
Dalawa ang asawa ko [For my weariness, you know how much my salary is?