Chospticks Alley Art
Chopsticks Alley Art Under One Moon Festival 2019
"Under One Moon" is the theme for this year's Moon Festival Many cultures celebrates the moon during the fall harvest season. Inspired by Robin Lasser’s project: Dream Boats San Jose Stories: The Vietnamese Diaspora.” commissioned by the San Jose Museum of Art. This year Chopsticks Alley is reuniting with San Jose Parks and Recreation to create a new and exciting event for you. Event Sponsor: Bank of America Performances: Chris Locsin, Emcee Anh Tran, Vietnamese Zither Chinese Historical & Cultural Project, Dragon Dance Urmila Vudali, Indian Dance About Goddess Devi Yuki Teikei Haiku Society & Ranger Roger Abe, Haiku Poems & Japanese Children's Story San Jose Buddhist Church Betsuin, Obon Dancers Carolyn Le, Chopsticks Alley Storyteller, Story of Chú Cuội, Uncle on the Moon VietSteps, "Lady on the Moon” Dance Chinese Historical & Cultural Project, Dragon Dance Lanterns in water Danny Kim and Distortion Productions, Laser Light Show, Music: "Excerpt From IRI" by Carl Stone performed by Soo Yeon Lyuh and Carl Stone Activities San Jose Museum of Art Lantern Decoration Veggielution Seed Planting
No Barriers Exhibit Artist Ally Spray Opening Reception at CreaTV
Kayang kaya, you can do it! This Tagalog phrase proclaims that you can overcome anything. Like Ally's artwork, it’s a reminder to all that barriers are everywhere but they don't need to limit us. We believe art is one of the world’s most effective tools for both expression and communication. Regardless of age or ability, art can help us transcend life’s adversities. Our imaginations are boundless—so, too, is art. www.ChopsticksAlleyArt.org #Letsshareart Chopsticks Alley Art seeks to build bridges and open doors to artists with all abilities. Ally Spray is a 15-year-old, third-generation Filipina American visual artist. Her artwork is composed of layers of line and color, forming exuberant shapes that reflect her sense of the world.
Chopsticks Alley Art Salt Stained Exhibit and Events
Chopsticks Alley Events between September 8, 2018-October 26, 2018. Salt Stained Art Exhibit Opening Party Moon Festival & Dream Boats Launch at Kelley Park Sunset Walk Mixed Media Workshop with Artist Trinh Mai LGBTQ+You Potluck: A Taste of Asian Food, Art & Culture Volunteer Appreciation Party Our Immigration Stories and Communal Art Project Colonial Imagination: The Other Within, Spoken Words Event
About Chopsticks Alley Art 2018
Chopsticks Alley Art promotes Southeast Asian cultural heritage through the creative shared expression of art by underserved Asian artists to foster greater understanding, support, and celebration among individuals with differing abilities, the LGBTQ community, and youth.
Chopsticks Alley Salt Stained: Home Exhibit at San Jose City Hall
Salt Stained: HOME is presented by Chopsticks Alley Art, in cooperation with the San José Museum of Art’s Vietnamese Community Outreach Initiative, and is an expansion of Salt Stained, an exhibition that premiered in September 2018 at Art Object Gallery, San José. It is also a partner project of New Terrains: Mobility and Migration. Salt Stained: HOME is part of the City Hall Exhibitions Program established to provide the temporary display of artwork and artifacts in San José City Hall. The purpose of the program is to enliven the City Hall, to celebrate the creative and diverse community of San José, and to engage the public. A project of the Public Art Program, San José Office of Cultural Affairs. The exhibit is a showcase for communal storytelling through works of art by Southeast Asian Artists whose stories challenge dominant narratives. This project is supported by a grant from the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation. Photos by Martin Mijares Music by Eveningland "Nimbus" Video produced by Chopsticks Alley