Featuring four artists sharing their experiences of cultivating community and creating art in the Midwest.
Legacies of Exchange, Chinese Contemporary Art from the Yuz Foundation is an exhibit currently at LACMA. It features works of art by top Chinese artists that have been influenced by "international trade, political conflict, and global artistic exchange".
The newly established CHSSC Five Chinatowns project documents the history of five historic Chinese American neighborhoods in Los Angeles: New Chinatown, Old Chinatown, China City, City Market, and East Adams. The project draws on oral histories, family collections, archival newspaper research and more.
Join artist Qiu Anxiong and LACMA curator Susanna Ferrell as they discuss Qiu’s poignant work The Doubter in the exhibition Legacies of Exchange:[...]
Join the Chinese American Museum DC on Wednesday, September 15, 2021, 6:00-7:00 pm ET (3-4 pm PT) for an online webinar discussion of Tiger Sisters Production, A Tale of Three Chinatowns.
Specifically examining Chinatowns in three American cities, Washington D.C., Chicago, and Boston, this feature-length documentary looks at the forces altering each community and the challenges that go with them. The film presents the current pressing topic of urban development and gentrification through the eyes of those on the frontlines.
All registrants will receive a Vimeo link to screen the feature film prior to the webinar discussion.
Register for this FREE online event.
How did Chinese migration to the goldfields of California, Australia and South Africa both upend the global economy and forge modern conceptions of race?
Join us for a conversation with historian Mae Ngai (Lung Family Professor Asian American Studies, and Professor of History at Columbia University) about her remarkable new book, The Chinese Question: The Gold Rushes and Global Politics (Norton, 2021), with discussants Harvey Dong (Continuing Lecturer of Asian American and Asian Diaspora Studies) and Christopher Tomlins (Elizabeth Josselyn Boalt Professor of Law), and moderator Lok Siu (Associate Professor of Asian American and Asian Diaspora Studies).
Presented by Asian American and Asian Diaspora Studies, the Asian American Research Center, the Center for Race & Gender, Eastwind Books of Berkeley, and the IGS Race, Ethnicity and Immigration Colloquium.
The virtual “Tea Talk” series welcomes audience members to learn about the many facets of tea from renowned experts from around the world. Join us to learn about the many varieties of tea grown in Japan, tips on brewing green tea, and how to enjoy matcha at home.
Beyond the concrete materials of ink and paper, there is an intangible spirit uniting works of East Asian ink painting. But[...]
Join us for this informative discussion sponsored by the CHSSC featuring our guest speaker, Dr. George Yu from Ventura County.