AAWAA Transformation Exhibit Opens Today July 30


Dear Spicebox Travels Readers,

I am very proud and honored to announce that my work (an essay and accompanying photograph) is included in this group art exhibition which opens today at the Harrington Gallery at the Firehouse Arts Center in Pleasanton, CA.  If you’re in the Bay Area, please stop by for the opening reception today from 1-3.  You have until September 3 to view the works of the many wonderful artists in the exhibition. Read more about it below:

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 features the works of over 40 AAWAA artists members, from past to present and the SF Bay Area and beyond. From a small artist’s collective in the late 1980s to today’s influential San Francisco-based arts organization, this exhibition documents and celebrates the evolution of Asian American women artists throughout the years as they continue to leave a legacy of art for future generations of creatives. This exhibition celebrates the diversity, creativity, and evolution of an artist community.

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

July 30 / 1-3PM

July 30 – Sept. 3
Wed-Fri / 12-5PM
Sat / 11AM-3PM

Harrington Gallery at the Firehouse Arts Center
4444 Railroad Ave
Pleasanton, CA 94566

Admission to the exhibition and programs is free and open to the public.

2 responses

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s