Infinite Cycle convenes diverse artistic voices to address how social-minded arts organizations — and artists as individuals situated within specific geological contexts — leverage civic awareness of environmental issues through art.
CCC invites you to the “Winter Dragon of Chinatown Ball” – our year-end celebration to activate the bridge with the vogue community by hosting a “ball” on the bridge. The Ball will host the LGBTQ and vogue community for an epic competition of ballroom culture.
The Chinese Culture Center of San Francisco is pleased to present 3650/衣錦還鄉 , an exhibition through a local journalist’s lens that tells a story about a Chinatown Single Room Occupancy resident and his American Dream.
Join a public presentation on a new art and open space project, “Sunrise,” opening to the public in 2016. The new hub will include landscaping and seating integrated with a public art installation on the pedestrian bridge, connecting landmark Portsmouth Square and the Chinese Culture Center in Chinatown.
Social Botany – Keywords Lab • San Francisco is an ongoing art and social practice project in 2015-2016 at 41 Ross in Chinatown, organized by the Chinese Culture Center with internationally renowned artist Xu Tan. Social Botany studies the social meanings given to plants through the wider context of social change of migration, urbanization, gentrification, and globalization. The project will delve deep into different communities in the Bay Area, especially the Chinese immigrant community, to unearth individual perceptions of botany, as well as the connection of plants and human activities.
Leading Artist: Xu Tan Collaborating Artist: Justin Hoover Partner Organization: Chinatown Community Development Center Partial Funded by Arts & Communities: Innovative Partnerships (ACIP) Of San Francisco Arts Commission (SFAC) Youth Participants: Alex Huang, Angela, Alice, Emily, Minxin, Lisa, Yayi, Winnie, Rebecca, Jessica Huang Project Inception Day: 2005 Previous Cities: Cowin, Qingdao, China Location One, New York, USA Sittard, Holland Guangzhou, China Stockholm, Sweden Venice Biennale, Italy.