Founded in 1995 by Professor Judy Mitoma, the UCLA Center for Intercultural Performance (CIP) hosted several international
residencies and cross cultural exchanges such as the Asian Pacific Performance Exchange (APPEX). The Center was established
under the umbrella of UCLA’s Department of World Arts and Cultures (WAC). CIP also played a large part in producing Los Angeles’
World Festival of Sacred Music from 1999-2011. The Center for Intercultural Performance was active from 1995 until 2012. The
Center for Intercultural Performance records consist of administrative records, financial records, press and ephemera, photography,
and University correspondence.
Founded in 1995, the UCLA Center for Intercultural Performance (CIP) brought together internationally recognized artists,
scholars, writers, filmmakers, arts professionals and educators from around the world. After receiving major funding from
the Ford Foundation, the Center for Intercultural Performance (CIP) was established as a center under the umbrella of the
Department of World Arts and Cultures at UCLA.
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