EVENTS


To have a place of your own, for a woman,  is an act of rebellion.
Whether it’s physical location or a state of mind, this compelling concept drives self-care and love
  

  
J-SEI 1285 66th Street Emeryville, CA 94608
  Gallery Open:  Sundays and Saturdays 12 - 3 p.m.,
  Weekdays 2 - 5 p.m. unless otherwise noted below 



Opening Reception: Saturday, May 12, 2018, 2 – 5 p.m.

Lecture: Saturday, May 19, 2018, 3– 5pm, Gallery open 12-  5 p.m.
In Search of Miki Hayakawa: A Forgotten Japanese East Bay Artist, a lecture by ShiPu Wang. Presented by Friends of Topaz, Japanese American Women Alumni of UC Berkeley and J-SEI

Artists' Talk: June 3, 2018 - 2 -4 p.m., Gallery Open 12 - 5 p.m.
*2018 workshop participants share their process behind the art.  See * artists’ list.

Lecture/Film: Sat. June 9, 2018 - 1 - 3 p.m. , Gallery Open 12 - 5 p.m.
Detained Alien Enemy Glass Kimono, Art & Film by PLACE's Reiko Fujii. Presented by Japanese American Women Alumni of UC Berkeley (JAWA) and J-SEI

Closing Celebration: Sunday, June 24, 2018 12-3 pm, Gallery Open 12 - 3 pm

The public is invited to participate in self-guided art-making workstations during gallery hours.
Admission Free. Donations $10-$20 are appreciated. No one turned away for lack of funds.


Artists: Nancy Arvold, *Julie Andersen, Angela Bau, *Frances Cachapero, *Norma Carrera, *Kristi Chan, Catherine Ceniza Choy, Angie Dumagsa, *Elizabeth Esqueda, Reiko Fujii, *Ashleigh Heinichen, *Tomo Hirai, *Ahran Lee, * Grace Hwang Lynch, Lisa Rodondi, * Teresa Le Yung Ryan, Natalie Sacramento, Cynthia Tom, Sue Tom, Dechen Tsering,   Manon  Bogerd Wada, Irene Wibawa,
Maggie Yee, *Patricia Zamora
*Denotes artists presenting during Artist Talk



Venue: J-SEI serves multigenerational , multi-ethnic families of elders  - encircled in community, care & culture whose vision provides a community center for all ages and generations to gather.
They are a non-profit that owns nursing homes. This beautiful location is their headquarters.
 J-SEI is wheelchair/ADA accessible.





Funders:
Exhibition sponsored in part by California Arts Council, Do A Little, Zellerbach Family Foundation, the City of Emeryville.
Program workshops sponsored in part by San Francisco Arts Commission, Pacific Asian American Women Bay Area Coalition and individual donors.​

Community Partners:
AAWAA, Asian American Women Artists Association, Boys & Girls Clubs of San Francisco
Cynthia Tom Art|PLACE and J-SEI.

Aplace.sf@gmail.com or 415-722-4296 for more information
DONATIONS
Pay PAL through Asian American Women Artists Association (AAWAA)
   IMPORTANT: Designate "Special Instructions" - FOR PLACE

BY CHECK
Make check out to
AAWAA (Memo- A PLACE OF HER OWN)
c/o Cynthia Tom
1890 Bryant St., 302, SF, CA 94110
VOLUNTEER/Internship
PLACE workshops and exhibitions only occur 
when we are awarded big enough funding.

During the quiet time we still need your very part time help - work a lot remotely.
  • Fundraising and Grant writing - on the job training if you like writing.
  • Admin organizing of digital files on Google Drive and photos on Flickr and Google Drive.
  • Video editor to help us edit the Artists Talk and show footage to create accessible short films. During the program, we may have an honorarium based need for a videographer.

aplace.sf@gmail.com - Cynthia Tom

Photos clockwise: PLACE at Manilatown 2016 by Lorenzo Angelo,, Manon Bogerd Wada at SOMArts 2015 photo Cris Matos and Cynthia Tom