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Jazz Series:  Milt Hinton
Jazz Series: Milt Hinton
Jazz Series:  Billie Holiday
Jazz Series: Billie Holiday
Original: $225
Jazz Series:  Miles Davis
Jazz Series: Miles Davis
Jazz Sketches:  Sarah Vaughn
Jazz Sketches: Sarah Vaughn
Original: $225
Jazz Sketches:  John Coltrane
Jazz Sketches: John Coltrane
Jazz Sketches:  George Benson
Jazz Sketches: George Benson
Close Up - LAGA (Kalinga backstrap woven) belt
Close Up - LAGA (Kalinga backstrap woven) belt
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    Holly Calica's Calendar of Art Events
2 Blocks of Art - LAGA DEMONSTRATION  
   October 19 - 19, 2012
Bayanihan Center, 1010 Mission Street @ 6th
San Francisco, CA 94103
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   I'll be demonstrating LAGA, backstrap weaving. In its third year, Urban Solutions’ 2 Blocks of Art takes place on Sixth Street between Market and Howard, showcasing a neighborhood rich in culture and well known for its cutting edge arts community. Restaurants, bars, nightclubs and theaters along Sixth Street will offer discounted food, drinks and admission prices to after-party events for art walk participants.
Deep Shoots, New Roots at the National Japanese American Historical Society  
   August 24, 2011 - April 30, 2012
1684 Post Street
San Francisco, CA 94115
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   "Like a farmer, we tend to our roots and nurture our new shoots with hopes of abundance and continuity."

J-Town Arts presents "Deep Roots, New Shoots," new works by Leon Sun, Leland Wong, Rich Tokeshi, Sabrena Taylor, Peter Yamamoto, Holly Calica, Van Nguyen Stone, Aimee Espiritu, Nancy Hom, Hideo Yoshida, Betty Kano, Stuart Sugawara, Tai Chan Tokeshi, Christine Balza, Judith Kajiwara, Fredrick Cloyd and Stephanie Lowe

This show, located at the National Japanese American Historical Society, covers up to 40 years of work by artists rooted in the Asian American communities of the Bay Area. Throughout their careers, many of them doubled as activists, teachers, parents and providers. Part I – Deep Roots - acknowledges their past and reviews their development over the years, while Part II – New Shoots - showcases their current work and the work of a new generation of artists from the community.

Artist Reception January 21, 2012 (1-4 pm)
PHONE (415) 921.5007

Women Making Art at the National Japanese American Historical Society  
   February 4 - 4, 2012
1684 Post Street
San Francisco, CA 94115
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   Join me for an afternoon session of "Women Making Art"
February 4th, from 1:00 - 4:00 p.m.

National Japanese American Historical Society (NJAHS)
NJAHS Peace Gallery
1684 Post Street
San Francisco, CA 94115

event is free

Take this opportunity to share a handmade item from your ancestors from which you draw inspiration with us during this hands-on workshop. You may begin and/or complete your own creative art piece based on the work you are sharing. I will provide some drawing, painting and beading materials for your use, but please bring special art materials you may need.

A limited number of women taking part in this workshop will have the opportunity to share their small works, along with their ancestor's handmade item, in a display case (depending on number of submittals and size limitations), to be installed in the “Deep Roots, New Shoots” exhibit in NJAHS Peace Gallery.

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