Mia Yoshihara | ArtXchange, 2010.
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ArtXchange, 2010.

12 Jan ArtXchange, 2010.

“American/Asian travels to Seattle City Hall”, ArtXchange, 2010.


April 15 – June 14
Opening & Artist Reception: April 22, 4-6pm

Featuring MalPina Chan, Carina A. del Rosario, Jonathan Wakuda Fischer, Deborah Kapoor, Chiyo Sanada with Barbara McConkey, William Song, Joseph Songco, Arun Sharma, June Sekiguchi, Barry Wong, Dean Wong, Frederic Wong, and Mia Yoshihara-Bradshaw

Heritage, identity, history, memory, coexistence, and freedom – these are some of the directives investigated by the 14 artists in “American/Asian: A Tale of New Cultures,” an exhibition that tell the tales of the people, places, foods, and experiences that create the vibrant Seattle Asian Pacific American community.

The thing that brings these artists together is our shared experience as Pacific Northwesterners. “American/Asian” embraces the presence of unity and duality simultaneously. These artists, negotiating the complexities of Asian American identity, create new cultures that are unique to each individual.

Presented by ArtXchange Gallery and the Seattle Office of Arts and Cultural Affairs

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