Artists and organizers of the Generations of Hope Mural pose with Richmond District Supervisor Sandra Fewer during the mural’s unveiling celebration on September 28, 2018. By: Nivedita Ojha Frank McCoppin Elementary School will be celebrating on September 28,, 2018 the … Continue reading
AGRARIANAA is now accepting submission of art for an exhibition inspired by the rich history of Asian American agricultural activities, related crafts and present-day community farming – and how it relates to cultural legacies, contemporary cultural knowledge, art practice, and community place-making. Co-curated by Erina C. Alejo, Michelle A. Lee, and Diana Li.
Submission Deadline: September 14Continue reading
AAWAA Mandala: Femme Empowerment Through Art Click here for more photos. Artist: Nancy Hom Title: Femme Empowerment Through Art Medium: mixed media Year: 2018 The medium of a mandala lends itself to multiple layers of interpretation. It can … Continue reading
Presented by AAWAA and SAN PABLO ART GALLERY, DEAR MOTHER is an exhibition aimed to discuss and explore conversations between mothers, daughters, grandmothers, and aunties. Co-curated by EMERGING CURATORS PROGRAM Fellowes, KATIE QUAN & MIDORI KIMATA
MARCH 10 – APRIL 15Continue reading
Join us for our 1st Annual Holiday Art Mart & Winter Celebration at Tides Thoreau Center.
Art gifts, sweet treats, and more!
December 9 & 10Continue reading
Join us October 22 and October 28 at the the Studio for our Emerging Curators Program Workshop Series.
AAWAA will be hosting 4 professional development workshops: curatorial, exhibition planning, fundraising, and integrated marketing. Space is limited. Register now!Continue reading
AAWAA welcomes its newest Executive Director and addition to the staff, SUSIE KAGAMI!Continue reading
Introducing AAWAA’s New Executive Director by: Melanie Rose It is with great pleasure that we announce the newest addition to AAWAA as Executive Director, Susie Kagami. The staff have been … Continue reading
In its 25th year and as the last official jubilee event, Asian American Women Artists Association (AAWAA) presents a multidisciplinary and intergenerational group exhibition featuring the works of over 40 artists members, from past to present at the Firehouse Arts Center in Pleasanton, CA.
July 30-September 3Continue reading
AAWAA Board Member Sigi Arnejo reflects on the need for more women’s representation in the arts and a call to action outlining the ways you can contribute today.Continue reading