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- 07/07/17--13:10: _Welcoming New Execu...
- 09/05/17--16:28: _EMERGING CURATORS P...
- 10/19/17--16:38: _ECP WORKSHOP SERIES
- 11/22/17--13:43: _HOLIDAY ART MART & ...
- 02/08/18--16:25: _DEAR MOTHER EXHIBITION
- 02/08/18--16:49: _SLIDE SLAM WITH MAR...
- 05/08/18--17:16: _THANK YOU FOR NOTHI...
- 05/08/18--21:22: _AAWAA Mandala at st...
- 07/07/17--13:10: Welcoming New Executive Director, Susie Kagami
- 09/05/17--16:28: EMERGING CURATORS PROGRAM: NOW ACCEPTING PROPOSALS
- 10/19/17--16:38: ECP WORKSHOP SERIES
- 11/22/17--13:43: HOLIDAY ART MART & WINTER CELEBRATION
- 02/08/18--16:25: DEAR MOTHER EXHIBITION
- 02/08/18--16:49: SLIDE SLAM WITH MARGO MACHIDA
- 05/08/18--17:16: THANK YOU FOR NOTHING EXHIBITION
- 05/08/18--21:22: AAWAA Mandala at stART Up Fair 2018
AAWAA welcomes its newest Executive Director and addition to the staff, Susie Kagami!
AAWAA is currently accepting exhibition proposals for its Emerging Curators Program 2017-2018 which will culminate in 2 public multidisciplinary art exhibits at community spaces in the SF Bay Area in Spring 2017. Submit a proposal by October 3.
Join us October 22 and October 28 at the the Studio for our Emerging Curators Program Workshop Series.
AAWAA will be hosting 4 professional development workshops: curatorial, exhibition planning, fundraising, and integrated marketing. Space is limited. Register now!
Join us for our 1st Annual Holiday Art Mart & Winter Celebration at Tides Thoreau Center. Art gifts, sweet treats, and more!
December 9 & 10
Presented by AAWAA and SAN PABLO ART GALLERY, DEAR MOTHER is an exhibition aimed to discuss and explore conversations between mothers, daughters, grandmothers, and aunties. Co-curated by EMERGING CURATORS PROGRAM Fellowes, KATIE QUAN & MIDORI KIMATA
MARCH 10 - APRIL 15
Join us for our first event of 2018 with MARGO MACHIDA, Professor of Art History and Asian and Asian American Studies at the University of Connecticut as 20 AAWAA Artist Members present their work.
Thank You For Nothing takes form in a visual art exhibition and collaborative zine that centers womxn, femmes and gender nonconforming artists of color and their stories on unrequited love, respect, and care.
June 1 - July 1Presented by AAWAA as part of the Emerging Curators Program. Curated by Renae Moua.
AAWAA Mandala: Femme Empowerment Through Art Click here for more photos. Artist: Nancy Hom Title: Femme Empowerment Through Art Medium: mixed media Year: 2018 The medium of a mandala lends itself to multiple layers of interpretation. It can … Continue reading