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Art, Culture and Belonging in Chinatown

Updated: Jan 24

"Art, Culture, and Belonging in Chinatown"

Chinese Culture Center of San Francisco

June 20, 2020


Christine Wong Yap, "Belonging" project workshop at Union City Library, created as part of artist-in-residence at the Haas Institute for a Fair and Inclusive Society, 2018.

Chinese Culture Center (CCC) presents bi-coastal artist Christine Wong Yap to explore belonging and resiliency in Chinatown. Through workshops facilitating community participation, Wong Yap's "Belonging" project supports the civic engagement phase of the Chinatown Cultural Planning process by capturing the individual stories of Chinatown residents and the neighborhood’s history.


CCC invites you to the public education art launch of "Art, Culture, and Belonging in Chinatown" to view Wong Yap’s research and work that organizes and maps selected stories.


For more information or instructions for participation, please visit Christine's website.


"Art, Culture, and Belonging in Chinatown" is a project presented by the Chinese Culture Center of San Francisco (CCC) in collaboration with the Chinatown Arts & Culture Coalition.


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