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December 13, 2018

Noon-1:30pm

Vietnamese American Cultural Center

2072 Lucretia Ave

San Jose, CA
 

You are cordially invited to a free luncheon and musical performance!

As part of the Knight Foundation's Speak Up San José, a yearlong initiative that invites all residents for conversation and action to advance our city’s future, Chopsticks Alley Art is hosting a FREE luncheon for San Jose residents. Join our efforts to learn how to keep our local creek beds clean for future generations.

  • Enjoy a complimentary community lunch catered by Rong Bien Restaurant.

  • Engage in a panel discussion on San Jose's creek and water ways with experts from the City of San Jose Environmental Services, Keep Coyote Creek Beautiful, and Santa Clara Valley Water District.

  • Listen to a Live performance from Emmy-winning artist and composer Van-Anh Vanessa Vo.

  • Learn how we can make music together.


FREE Event | RSVP REQUIRED

https://speakupsanjose.eventbrite.com

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Luncheon

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October 26, 2018

6pm-8pm

Art Object Gallery

592 N. 5th Street

San Jose, CA
 

Join Chopsticks Alley for the Closing of Salt Stained Exhibit
 

We will open the event with beats from Vietnamese Lasallian Youth Troupe.
View the world premiere of films from "The No Friends Club" and discuss Asian roles in movies.


Art Object Gallery has many artists studios, you will be able to see where our community artists work!

Cocktail attire suggested.


PARKING ON 6TH AND JACKSON
STREET PARKING IS FREE AFTER 6PM

RSVP Required
Questions? Email: chopsticksalleyart@gmail.com 

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ASIAN ROLES IN MOVIES

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October 13, 2018

6pm-8pm

Art Object Gallery

592 N. 5th Street

San Jose, CA
 

Spoken words night featuring Southeast Asian poets, musician, and American author.
 

Hear different perspectives on long-term effects of Colonialism.

Author:
Dr. Michael G. Vann
The Great Hanoi Rat Hunt: Empire, Disease, and Modernity in French Colonial Vietnam

 

Poets:
Brian Adrias
Keana Labra
Brandon Luu
Kristina Robertson

 

Keyboard:
Glenn Cea

 

RSVP Required on Eventbrite

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$7

Spoken Words