KYP is Hiring!

Position: Director of Program and Event Management


About KYP: Kit Yan Productions is small and busy social justice minded entertainment company located in Brooklyn, New York. We are currently hiring a full time Director of Program and Event Management to run daily operations and tours for Kit Yan a queer Asian American spoken word artist.


  • Negotiate and execute contracts

  • Coordinate logistics with clients

  • Create and manage monthly newsletter

  • Manage database and mailing lists

  • Participate in strategy planning and management meetings

  • Assisting Kit on National tours

  • Merchandising

  • Marketing and promotions

  • Bookkeeping

  • Liaison with agents, press, managers, etc.

  • Work closely with OUTmedia (largest LGBT talent agency in U.S.)

  • Manage and facilitate internship programs

  • Administrative duties as needed


  • Entrepreneurial Spirit

  • Bachelors degree

    • Business and arts management degrees preferred

  • Administration Experience

  • Ability to use and grow social media platforms

  • Ability to communicate intentionally

  • Experience with photoshop, website management, and video editing preferred

  • Experience in arts and arts management

  • Passion for queer and LGBT activism

  • Passion for Asian American and People of color activism

  • Passion for Social Justice

  • Must live in the New York City area

  • Must be willing to travel or support tours remotely

Salary: Commensurate with experience. Opportunity for advancement.

Please send resumes and cover letters to



AI WEI WEI: THE SEED is a live music, video, dance and spoken word performance mash-up about the early roots of political artist Ai Wei Wei and his emergence as one of the world's foremost artists and thinkers. The show tracks the artist's life and themes that emerge from his childhood in exile with his political poet father Ai Qing to his formative decade in NYC (1981-1993) in Williamsburg and the East Village, where he also befriended poet Allen Ginsberg.

by Kelly Zen-Yie Tsai (Creative Direction, Spoken Word, Video),Jessica Chen (Choreography), Jason Kao Hwang (Music), Adriel Luis (Spoken Word, Video, Music), and Kit Yan (Spoken Word)

Tickets $18 available via Museum Tix ( or Visitor Center. Free for Museum Members. Doors 6:30 PM. Running time: 45 min., will performed once in the Auditorium between 6:30 PM-9:30 PM. Time TBA. 

Ticket includes admission to AI WEI WEI: THE SEED, Ai Wei Wei exhibit, and all Art Off the Wall museum events including Asian American Oral History Collective workshop, Wildcat! dance performance, and a calligraphy workshop. 

AI WEI WEI: THE SEED is made possible via commission support by the Brooklyn Museum of Art, and publicity / space co-sponsorship support by Asian/Pacific/American Institute at NYUAsian American Writers' WorkshopAsian American Arts Alliance, and Kundiman.

For more info: http:// calendar/event/7668

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Queer Heartache Video Release

It's Valentine's Day!
As many of you know, I am all about love in all forms: self love, partnered love, friend love, family love, spiritual love, community love, and nasty love. And if you've seen my show in the last year you know I always tell a story of speed dating on Valentine's Day in New York City and the adventure I had as a queer person trying to fit into a culture that I've always tried so hard to resist. I'm finally releasing a video of it taken at St. Olaf's College last fall. Enjoy and please pass it on to anyone you know who might need a little laugh and love this week. 

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Upcoming Shows!

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2014/2015 Dates:

May 27: University of Washington, Bothell, WA, 1pm.

 June 13: Feel It, Speak It, Boston, MA. 

June 25: University of North Florida, Jacksonville, FL, 7pm.

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