Thursday February 23rd -- Oakland
Nancy Hom: A Woman's Perspective
Hom features a retrospective of her silkscreen work of the last 30 years of
women, mothers and children, as well as a display of her silkscreen process to
celebrate women of color. More info here.
Opening reception: 6 to 8:30 pm
388 9th St, Suite 290, Oakland
Wednesday February 22nd -- San Francisco
Sidewalk Empire Booklet Launch
Hyphen's very own illustrator Eddie Ahn, celebrates the release of his first booklet, "the avenues," with original art for auction at the tres chic Ma'Velous Coffee and Wine Bar. More info available here.
1408 Market St, San Francisco
Thursday February 23rd -- San Francisco
Hep B Free + Beach Blanket Babylon
Silver's Beach Blanket Babylon for their second Asian Heritage Night. Organized by the AsianWeek
Foundation, a portion of each ticket will benefit San Francisco Hep B Free -- a citywide effort to
screen and vaccinate for Hepatitis B, which
affects 1 in 10 APIs. Recently
hailed as "A constant cascade of showstoppers" by the San Francisco
Chronicle, Beach Blanket Babylon is the world's longest running
musical revue. Asian Heritage Night guests will receive a special Beach Blanket Babylon
gift. More info here.
678 Beach Blanket Babylon
Boulevard, San Francisco
$25; tickets here
Thursday February 23rd -- NYC
Conversation with Artist Lee Mingwei
a tour of contemporary conceptual artist Lee Mingwei’s solo exhibition, with in-depth insight into The
Travelers and The Quartet Project.
Preceding this tour will be a presentation by Lee Mingwei
of selected past work and a Q&A with the audience. More info here.
6:30 to 8 pm
215 Centre St, New York
RSVP to flai(at)mocany(dot)org
Friday February 24th -- Boston
Corky Lee Exhibit: Asian Pacific Roots, American Soil
Photo by An Rong Xu
Photographer Corky Lee's exhibit Asian Pacific Roots, American Soil tells the story of the APIA movement, chronicling its history and bringing it to life. Light refreshments will served at opening reception. Exhibit runs through April 21, 2012.
Opening reception with Artist: 6 to 8 pm
One Nassau St, Unit 2, Boston
Friday February 24th -- Queens, NY
"Real Karaoke People"
Jennifer Kwon Dobbs
together poetry and noraebang, "Real Karaoke
People" is a literary reading/karaoke event that will: "harmonize, shake,
split, and excavate the deeper musical notes of diasporic narratives centered
on community, family, the romantic, and immigration." Inspired by Ed Bok Lee’s Real
Karaoke People, this event will feature readings by Jennifer Kwon Dobbs and Grace M. Cho, followed by a line-up of works gathered through a
submissions process. More info here.
Place at Main KTV Bar & Lounge
36-Main St, 2nd Floor, Flushing, NY
Guilty Until Proven Innocent: Law Enforcement, Media Stereotypes, & Civil Rights of Muslims in America
In response to the NYPD's admission to have used the inflammatory film The
Third Jihad in training its officers, this panel discussion will give the
story behind this discovery and detail the legal work it took to bring the
information to public light. Panelists will also critique the film (and other
media that capitalize on problematic stereotypes) whilst reflecting on the
decay of civil rights in America for Arabs, Muslims, and other groups. Featuring Faiza Patel, Jack G. Shaheen, Ramzi
Kassem, and Moustafa Bayoumi. The A is for Arab: Stereotypes in U.S. Popular Culture traveling
exhibition will be on display prior
to and following the event. More info here.
7 to 9 pm
19 University Place, Room 102, New York