Godzilla Asian American Arts Network was an artist collective founded in 1990 to stimulate dialogue about Asian American visual art across generations and disciplines for New York-based A/P/A artists and art professionals. Godzilla sponsored public programs such as exhibitions, lectures, and symposia to establish a forum that would foster networking and mutual support. Until its dissolution in 2001, it also served as a platform for arts advocacy and worked with community groups to stop anti-Asian violence.
The Godzilla Asian American Arts Network Archive contains newsletters, flyers, minutes, and organizational materials that document the work of this key Asian American arts organization.
To learn more about the contents of the Godzilla Asian American Art Network Archive, located at the NYU Fales Library & Special Collection, view the collection’s finding aid.