Chospticks Alley Art
Art Tongue Lecture Series by Chopsticks Alley Art: How to Build a Thriving Creative Career in Tech
Learn how Artist & Designer Emma Linh turned her love for art into a career. This lecture will help both parents and students. Join Chopsticks Alley Art Tongue lecture series for an interactive art and culture immersion experience. So you want to be an artist, but don't know how to earn a living doing what you love? Get real world tips and career advice from Vietnamese Designer Emma Linh as she shares her journey with us. www.ChopsticksAlleyArt.org
Adventures in Contemporary Art 2019-2020 with Chopsticks Alley
“Adventures in Contemporary Art” A program engaging Vietnamese seniors to learn and actively participate in contemporary arts beyond the classroom setting. Chopsticks Alley Art offer participants art supplies, three workshops, two bus tours, and a final exhibit of their art works at the San Jose Museum of Art Tet Lunar New Year. The program was made possible in parts by grants from the Office of Cultural Affairs from the City of San Jose, SVCreates, and the County of Santa Clara.
Art Tongue Lecture Series: A Closer Look: "Year of the Woman" -Artists Hadi Aghaee and EJ Villanueva
2020 is supposed to be "The Year of the Woman." Exploring social justice through the eyes of an artist. About this Event Join Chopsticks Alley Art Tongue lecture series for an interactive art and culture immersion experience. 2020 celebrates the 100th Anniversary of Women’s Suffrage in the US. It is supposed to be the "Year of the Woman." Yet the celebration has taken a back seat to a pandemic and veiled by cries for social justice. How can we forget? We invite you to join our lecture with Artist Hadi Aghaee who will share his artworks exploring women's roles in society. The central message is to look twice at things we do not yet see at first glance. We also have a special performance with EJ Villanueva, a Woodwind Musician & Educator. http://hadiaghaeefineart.com/about.html https://www.instagram.com/ejvaleros/ http://www.ChopsticksAlleyArt
Poet An Bùi Poetry Reading - Con của Mẹ (Daughter of Yours)
An Bùi is a writer, community organizer, and facilitator who loves to embrace the complexities of her emotions through laughing and crying. Through her writing, she explores the lens of daughterhood, living in San José as a queer Việt artist, and navigating the grief of losing her younger brother. Social justice and spirituality are the pillars that guide and inform her work. She dreams about a world where care exists on a structural, community, and individual level. Her work has been featured on Autostraddle, QTViệt Cafe, and more. Instagram @nonymousbui
Banh Chung Tết Lunar New Year Print Making Workshop with Chopsticks Alley Art - 2020
Workshop participants made their own Tết Lunar New Year cakes and labels to share with family and friends. We also shared the story of "How Bánh Chưng became an important part of Tết traditions." This program is supported by a grant from SVCreates, donors from our Facebook family, and in-kind donation from Son Fish Sauce.
Chopsticks Alley Art Classes 2020
Now enrolling new students for art classes. See our schedule: http://www.ChopsticksAlleyArt.org/classes Chopsticks Alley Art promotes Southeast Asian cultural heritage through the shared creative expression of art. We provide support and promote artists through art exhibits, classes, performances, and events. We celebrate the cultural diversity of Southeast Asian contemporary art to foster greater understanding and connect communities through the arts. We serve young Southeast Asian artists, low-income families, elders, the LGBTQ+ community, and individuals with differing abilities.
Hanoi, Vietnam survived Cholera during French colonial rule with author and professor Michael Vann
Join Chopsticks Alley Art Tongue lecture series where we will bring to you an interactive art and culture immersion experience. Michael Vann, Professor of History at Sacramento State University and author of The Great Hanoi Rat Hunt: Empire, Disease, and Modernity in French Colonial Vietnam (Graphic History Series) will share a glimpse into Hanoi, Vietnam and how it survived cholera between 1890's and 1930's.