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TRANSFORMATION: 25 Years of Asian American Women Artists, July 30-September 3



25 Years of Asian American Women Artists


Harrington Gallery at the Firehouse Arts Center, 4444 Railroad Ave, Pleasanton, CA


July 30 – September 3

Gallery Hours: Wednesday-Friday, 12-5pm.  Saturday 11am-3pm.


July 30, 1-3pm.

Join us for an afternoon of light refreshments as we celebrate the last event of AAWAA’s Jubilee year and the opening of our 25th anniversary exhibition. RSVP on Facebook!


In honor of the organization’s 25th anniversary year, Asian American Women Artists Association presents Transformation: 25 Years of Asian American Women Artists. This multidisciplinary and intergenerational group exhibition will feature the works of 38 AAWAA artists members, from past to present. From a small artists collective in the late 1980s to today’s influential arts organization, this exhibition documents and celebrates the evolution of AAWAA artists throughout the years as it continues to leave a legacy of art for future creatives. This exhibition celebrates the diversity, creativity, and evolution of its artist community.


Alison Ho | Barbara Horiuchi | Betty Kano | Cathy Lu | Choppy Oshiro | Cynthia Tom | Elaine Gin Louie | Ellen Bepp | Flo Oy Wong | Jennifer Pei Huang | Ji Lim | Jungeun Lee | Karen Chew | Kathy Fujii-Oka | Kookhee Lee | Kristina Lim | Lena Shey | Lenore Chinn | Leslie Zeitler | Linda Shiue | Lucy Liew | Lydia Nakashima Degarrod | Maggie Yee | Manon Bogerd Wada | Maria Miller | Maryln Mori | Marlene Iyemura | Miss TANGQ | Nancy Hom | Nancy Uyemura | Pallavi Sharma | Reiko Fujii | Salma Arastu | Samantha Chundur | Shari DeBoer | Shizue Seigel | Susan Almazol | Yousun Kim

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2016 PLACE Arts & Healing Workshop Series — Applications Due: December 15


2016 PLACE Arts & Healing Workshop Series
Applications Due: December 15
The 2016 Place Workshop Series is presented by Asian American Women Artists Association (AAWAA) under the direction of Cynthia Tom and Dr. Trinity Ordona and with the support of CAMERON HOUSE, San Francisco.

This semester-long workshop series is for women ready to ignite their creative selves and take ownership of their happiness. No art experience is necessary, only the willingness to learn.

We work towards creating an artistic answer to this question by unraveling beliefs that hold women back, excavating family patterns, discovering aspirations, and intuitively creating art through use of found objects.

Email aplace.sf@gmail.com or call 415-722-4296
18 Class Spaces

January – June 2016
Tuesdays 6:30-9:30PM
Saturday field trips 9:30am-1:30pm

1890 Bryant St., Gallery 302, SF

For more info, CLICK HERE or email aplace.sf@gmail.com or
call 415-722-4296

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