|10/19, Opening Reception + Visual Arts Showcase | APAture 20
||October 10, 2018
|Kearny Street Workshop presents:
Opening Reception + Visual Arts Showcase | APAture 2018 - RE:place
Opening reception October 19, 6-10pm; on display Saturday, October 13 - November 4, San Francisco
MORE INFO: https://www.kearnystreet.org/
Co-presented by Asian Art Museum
APAture 2018 kicks-off at the Asian Art Museum with the Performing Arts Showcase! Featuring Jyun Jyun and MissTANGQ. Showcase artists: TBA.
*Supporter level and Festival Passes (with reserved seats) can be acquired by donating to our Indiegogo campaign!
This year we've asked artists to explore 'place,' including but not limited to: displacement, reclaiming space, relationship or orientation to place, movement and migration, the loss or lack of place, or the various dimensions of place (spatial-emotional, past-present, individual-communal, etc.). How does 'place' resonate with you?
APAture is Kearny Street Workshop's annual multidisciplinary arts festival celebrating emerging Asian and Pacific American (APA) artists of the San Francisco Bay Area. For 16 years, APAture has been a site of dialogue, collaboration, and political action between artists and community members around contemporary issues affecting the Asian and Pacific Islander community.
APAture 2018: RE:place will showcase over 60 artists in book arts, film, literary arts, music, performing arts, and visual arts, and will present their work to approximately 1,000 festival-goers across multiple dates and venues in the South of Market neighborhood.
Come join us and help us celebrate our local emerging APA artists for the 17th year! You don't want to miss this!
Opening reception October 19, 6-10pm; on display Saturday, October 13 - November 4
Arc Studios & Gallery
1246 Folsom Street
San Francisco, CA, 94103
Contact: Paloma Concordia
About Kearny Street Workshop:
Founded in 1972, Kearny Street Workshop (KSW) is the oldest Asian Pacific American multidisciplinary arts organization in the country.
We offer classes and workshops, salons, and student presentations, as well as professionally curated and produced exhibitions, performances, readings, and screenings. KSW makes artists out of community members and community members out of artists.