Tanja Geis and Jonathan Wallraven returned to Chinatown to paint their new murals in the alleyways of Commercial and Ross. The two artists interpreted their own understandings about the local democratic movements and presented with their own signature-style paintings.
Explore crossing and immigration at historic Ross Alley! Join us for “Liminal Space/Crossings”, a community-engaged public art project led by Bay Area artist, Summer Mei Ling Lee. The installation is based on Lee’s year-long research on stories from Chinatown residents
The CCC is thrilled to unveil Sunrise, a new public artwork in San Francisco, installed on the grand staircase leading to the CCC on the Dr. Rolland and Kathryn Lowe Community Bridge. The result is from over three years of planning and community process, this work uplifts the community and activates
Liminal Space – Crossings is a public artwork that will be installed in Winter 2016 in the Ross Alley at San Francisco Chinatown. Led by artist Summer Lee, Liminal Space – Crossings consists of LED lighting projected throughout the space for the pedestrians to experience an aesthetic crossing as they commute through the alleyway.
Chinese Culture Center (CCC) announces the finalists selected to submit full proposals to the St. Mary’s Square Public Art Project. More than 100 applications from 64 cities and 13 countries were submitted, which is a testament to the importance of and excitement for community-initiated developments.
Jointly undertaken by Marta Dell’Angelo and Summer Mei Ling Lee, the exhibition “Fragile” is a document of and an exploration into the indeterminate nature of artistic collaboration. Over the course of a month, the two artists, one Chinese-American and the other Italian, worked alongside each other, going from strangers to friends, and developing an understanding that reaches beyond words.
The Chinese Culture Foundation (CCF) is pleased to announce, “Sky Bridge,” the finale for the Central Subway Temporary Art Project. The multi-year project, “Central Subway, Journey to Chinatown” is one of the first initiatives to bring public art to Chinatown, and celebrates the coming of the San Francisco Central Subway to the community, while transforming the public space.
Have you been to Wentworth Alley in Chinatown lately? If you have, you will notice the alleyway has come alive with murals. Artist Justin Hoover, created two murals in the alleyway, “Flying Dragon” and “Abstracted (Oceans)” on Wentworth Alley with Gold Mountain Society, a local calligraphy group that has been working with Hoover over the past two years in the Central Subway Art project.
We invite you come to join a celebration of San Francisco Chinatown Keywords School completion, and the unveiling of the mural resulted from the students findings. This art project art engages young immigrants’ dialogues under the mentorship of contemporary artist Xu Tan to energize the transformation of a community through a year-round aesthetic education. Funded by Arts & Communities: Innovative Partnerships (ACIP) of San Francisco Arts Commission (SFAC).