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Kano Movie Screening Ushers

Monday, November 17th, 2014


Positions0 Remaining
Close DateAny time before the event starts or when space runs out.
Shared WithAustin Asian American Film Festival
Age LimitTeens & Older
The AARC is hosting a FREE Screening + Q&A with Director Umin Boya (from Taiwan!) in attendance.

Kano is a 2014 Taiwanese baseball film directed by Umin Boya and co-produced by Wei Te-Sheng. The film depicts the multiracial Kano baseball team from southern Taiwan overcoming extreme odds to represent the island in the 1931 Japanese High School Baseball Championship at Koshien Stadium, when Taiwan was still under Japanese rule. Performing beyond all expectations, the underdog team advanced to the championship game in the tournament.This event is in collaboration with Austin Taiwanese Association and Taiwanese American Professionals - Austin. Event setup, teardown and ushering help needed pre- and post-event.
Please dress in long pants or slacks and attire appropriate for indoor activity. If you have an AARC Volunteer shirt or RICE shirt, please wear that.
PerksSnacks and beverages provided.
Parking DetailsThe AARC has 92 parking spots on site and the Rutherford Lane Campus next door (1520 Rutherford Ln) has additional overflow parking.
CausesArts & Culture Community International Race & Ethnicity
6 Positions Filled | 3 Impacts | 6 Hours

Location: overflow parking at 1520 Rutherford Ln, Austin, TX 78754, 8401 Cameron Rd., Austin, TX 78754

Shifts (2)

Pre-event Setup & UshersMon, Nov 17, 5:00PMMon, Nov 17, 7:00PMHelp with light set up of chairs and beverage station and usher attendees in to fill seats 4/5Over
Post-event teardownMon, Nov 17, 9:30PMMon, Nov 17, 10:30PMAssist in putting up chairs from event and putting away beverage station.2/5Over