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Kollaboration SF Bay Area: South Bay Open Mic

  • Crema Cafe 950 The Alameda San Jose, CA, 95126 United States (map)

It is finally time for the FIRST ANNUAL South Bay Open Mic for Kollaboration SF Bay Area! We are looking for ALL types of talent! Come showcase your talent for the community, or come support the performers! We know you and your friends have talent so why not sign up! All ages are welcome! 

IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN PERFORMING AND WANT TO SIGN UP FOR OPEN MIC, please contact/send your information (name, phone #, talent, and email) to:

Jane Alo
Number: (408) 832-0141


Other Kollaboration SF Dates to Remember:

Auditions: May 7, 2011; 10-6PM
-Please send in application before the audition date. Applications will be on the Kollaborationsf website in early March! 


Kollaboration San Francisco Talent Showcase: September 10, 2011 @ Zellerbach Auditorium in Berkeley. 


General Info:

Kollaboration is an annual event and movement produced by young API professionals and students, volunteering their time and skills to celebrate the vast talent of their community with the goal of helping them further into the mainstream world.

Kollaboration is an Asian and Pacific Islander (API) organization and Movent that was founded in 2000 by Executive Director Paul "PK" Kim. Under the guidance of Executive Producer Roy Choi, Kollaboration became officially incorporated as a 501 (c)(3) non-profit organization in January of 2006 and became an Asian and Pacific Islander organization (previously it focused on the Korean American community).


Kollaboration's current mission and mantra is, "Empowerment through Entertainment." In addition to encouraging the diverse talents of Asian and Pacific Islander youth, Kollaboration seeks to empower:

-API youth by providing them with a creative outlet and leadership training that serves as an alternative to gang-activity and delinquency for those at-risk.

-API families by offering a platform for communication that bridges the gap between 1st generation parents and later generation youth.

-The API community at large, by raising awareness for other critical community issues and NGO's.