Agrarianaa: Art Inspired by APA Agricultural Roots is a multimedia exhibition in San Jose and San Francisco featuring artists and farmers rooted in the rich history of Asian Pacific American agricultural crafts, legacies and present-day community placemaking. Artists in the show reflect on ancestral farming and gardening practices, addressing topics such as migrant labor, environmental activism, land and food sovereignty. Each exhibition includes artists who highlight how a regenerative agricultural ecosystem can sprout into the resilient spaces necessary to heal and thrive in community.
Click on the links below for more info on programs at each location.
934 BRANNAN STREET, SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94103
Exhibition Dates: May 2-23
Gallery Hours: Tues – Fri, 12-7pm, Sat 12-5pm
Opening Reception: May 2, 6-9pm
Closing Reception & Literary Reading: May 23, 6-9pm
Detail of Keeping Installation, 2019, courtesy of The Round Rock Collective
535 NORTH FIFTH STREET, SAN JOSE, CA 95112
Exhibition Dates: Now – October 13
Gallery Hours: Thu-Sun 12:00pm – 4:00pm
$5 Student/Senior Admission, $8 General Admission (includes admission to JAMSJ historical exhibits)
Opening Reception: March 9, 12-3pm
Artist Talk / Community Event: August 17, 1-3pm
Closing Reception: September 29, 1-3pm
Egg House Wall, 2004, courtesy of Reiko Fujii