Chopsticks Alley Talk
Art Tongue: Philosophical Differences Between Eastern and Western Art
Chopsticks Alley Art Tongue lecture series where will bring to you an interactive art and culture immersion experience. Jenny Do, Founder of the Ao Dai Festival, will share the differences between Eastern and Western art. You will never look at Asian art the same way again. Learn how to view Western art through Eastern eyes and vice versa. Learn how cultural philosophies affect works of art then and now.
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.
Chopsticks Alley Talk Premiere: “The Road to Becoming an Artist”
Chopsticks Alley Talk Premiere: “The Road to Becoming an Artist” Featuring artists Tasi Alabastro as host with performances by Dane Amar and Esther Young, and storytelling by Wesly Tam from Columbia! -- Music by Esther Young and Dane Amar Watch live at https://www.twitch.tv/chopsticksalley
Chopsticks Alley on Twitch TV - "Fragmented Identity" with Bravo's TV Top Chef Tu David Phu
Hosted by Trami Cron and Award-Winning Artist Tasi Alabastro. You will be able to ask questions and relax in the comfort of your own home while getting an intimate look at the restaurant industry and meet Bravo's Top Chef Tu David Phu's personal journey in rediscovering his roots and his road to finding success. Featuring performances from Spoken Word Poets Kristina Robertson and Chris Locsin To watch directly on Twitch follow the link. https://www.twitch.tv/chopsticksalley The live show was aired on Comcast Channel 30, on CreaTV, and on Facebook.
Chopsticks Alley Talk After Dark with Queer and Trans Artists Featuring Juicy Thots
Chopsticks Alley Talk After Dark will be Co-hosted with Juicy Thots, a queer comedy podcast. Get an intimate look into the world of Southeast Asian queer and trans artists. Artists shared their coming out story and answer audience questions. Artists: Juicy Liu host of Juicy Thots Podcast Tracy Nguyen Mocha Fapalatte
Ấp Ủ: Identity, Journey, and Legacy Art Exhibit at San Jose Museum of Art
Ấp Ủ: Identity, Journey, and Legacy Art Exhibit Artworks by San José’s Vietnamese community. February 22, 2020 This is an invitation for you to view a Vietnamese community art exhibit at San Jose Museum of Art in the Charlotte Wendell Center. A special feature at Community Day: Lunar New Year will be Ấp Ủ: Identity | Journey | Legacy. Presented in partnership with Chopsticks Alley as part of Hidden Heritages, Ấp Ủ: Identity | Journey | Legacy is a select sampling of artworks created by Vietnamese elders in a creative learning workshop offered through Chopsticks Alley Art’s program "Adventures in Contemporary Art." Created in three transparent layers, the foundation of each piece is a unique, hand-written life story, one of place, family, journey, identity and, ultimately, home. The workshop was led by artists Cynthia Cao, Binh Danh, and Trinh Mai. Ấp Ủ: Identity | Journey | Legacy will be temporarily on view in the Charlotte Wendel Education Center from 5pm Thursday, February 20, 2020 through 5pm on Sunday, February 23.
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.