3 Ways Public Art Benefits Your Hood

THE MUSE BLOG

Over the years community public art has become a staple of the urban landscape. Today, many businesses and city governments have been inviting artists to paint their walls, hang their art, and create sculptures and installations reflecting the people and culture of the surrounding area…

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Bay Area Asian American Women Street Artists You Should Know

The Bay Area is one of the top places in the world for street art. With its vibrant inhabitants and community driven values, street art has proven to be one of the main forms of expression of the Bay Area’s personality. Read about some of the women game changers in this medium.

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Divided Attentions: “The Worlds of Bernice Bing”

AAWAA, Asian Art Museum, Asia Society, and Center for Asian American media presents Program followed by an audience Q&A with the film’s collaborators and director Madeleine Lim and a captivating panel discussion with a diverse panel of voices from Bing’s communities.

September 28. Samsung Hall at the Asian Art Museum as part of Asian Contemporary Art Week.

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Press

SHIFTING MOVEMENTS SOMArts Cultural Center, San Francisco | May 2017 PRESS RELEASE (pdf)   DAILIES SAN MATEO DAILY JOURNAL (Interview with Karen Chew) by Anna Schuessler April 25, 2017   RAFU SHIMPO April 26, 2017   MARIN INDEPENDENT JOURNAL (Interview with Antonia … Continue reading