Womxn, Omen, Wǒmén in Chinatown Exhibit

May 4, 2018


Womxn, Omen, Wǒmén in Chinatown Exhibit

On view 41 Ross

May 4, 2018

The opening: May 4, Friday, 5-8 pm

Womxn, Omen, Wǒmén in Chinatown: Reimagining Symbols of Power and Access is a project engaging emerging female artists to work within the context of Chinatown to explore power, access, gender, and equity. Working with the lead artist Laura Boles Faw who initiates the concept, three participating artists including Bijun Liang, Shisi Huang, and Vida K whose work activates the community through a variety of approaches including an interactive installation inspired by the Chinese wishing well, a movable chatting room sparking in-depth conversation, and multi-sites audio portraits based on storytelling workshop.


Artists Bijun Liang, Shisi Huang, and Vida K. created three interactive works that play, celebrate, and honor Women in Chinatown. Dress in pink to show your love and support for women and the next generation of female artists!


Project support: Community Challenge Grant, California Art Council, Wells Fargo Foundation, San Francisco Arts Commission


Additional support: Grants for the Arts, CCC Contemporaries