Wednesday, May 02, 2007

Art from a Multiracial Perspective

Hip Hapa has been informed that this is something our readers might like to know about:

Join Kearny Street Workshop and the Asian Pacific Islander Cultural Center for the opening reception of a new visual exhibition, Post ID: identity-infused art for a post-identity world. Featuring work by artists Jenifer Wofford, Mark Baugh-Sasaki, Nancy Mizuno Elliott, Richard Godinez, and Sita Bhaumik, this new exhibition explores the nature of identity and hybridity in a range of media and genres, and from multiple multiracial perspectives. In a world that often seems to wish itself to be "beyond race," Post ID invites you to consider the more complicated and intriguing realities. This exhibit runs May 3-26, 2007, at SomArts Cultural Center.

Opening reception: Thursday, May 3, 2007, 5-8pm
Location: SomArts Cultural Center, 934 Brannan Street, San Francisco
Gallery Hours: Tuesday through Friday, 2-7pm; Saturdays 1-5pm

For more details, contact Kearny Street Workshop at info(AT)kearnystreet(DOT)org or 415.503.0520, or APICC at info(AT)apiculturalcenter(DOT)org or 415.864.4120.

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2 Comments:

Blogger oscar said...

hiphapa readers in the east bay, who dont want to deal with the bridge, might want to check out this art exhibit--
Filipino painters explore cultural irony in an exhibit entitled “TRAIDOR!” at Esteban Sabar Gallery

thanks for givin folks the heads up on arts in the bay.

12:49 PM  
Blogger OG said...

thanks for the heads up oscar!

9:08 AM  

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