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

http://aawaa.net/programs/exhibitions/transformation/

TRANSFORMATION

25 Years of Asian American Women Artists

VENUE

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

EXHIBITION DATES

July 30 – September 3

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

OPENING RECEPTION

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!

ABOUT THE EXHIBITION

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.

PARTICIPATING ARTISTS

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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The Future is Now: Asian America on its Own Terms — presented by the Asian Pacific Islander Cultural Center’s 15th United States of Asian America Festival

Thurs, May 3rd 5-8pm: Gallery Opening
Sat, May 5th 2-4pm: What Lies Ahead:
Creating Community & Expanding the Context for Asian American Art
Sat, May 12th 2-4pm: Artist Talk
Fri, May 25th 5-7pm: Gallery Closing Reception

The exhibition features works in a variety of media by an acclaimed group of artists: Kim Anno, Michael Arcega appears courtesy of Marx & Zavattero, Lenore Chinn, Binh Danh, Taraneh Hemami, Nancy Hom, Justin Hoover, Su-Chen Hung, Betty Kano, Hung Liu, Gabby Miller, Ranu Mukherjee, Pallavi Sharma, Tina Takemoto, Truong Tran, Carlos Villa and Flo Oy Wong. Curated by Jennifer Banta with Exhibit Consultation and Design by Matt McKinley.

Asian Pacific Islander Cultural Center (APICC), supports and produces multi-disciplinary art reflective of the unique experiences of Asian Pacific Islanders living in the United States.


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