Asian American Arts Alliance

Call for Artists, Performance Artists & Cultural Event Presenters: THINK!CHINATOWN X ChaShaMa @ 384 Broadway

 

Deadline for Proposals: Nov 6 at noon

 

Think!Chinatown & Chashama are looking to present an artist/art group, performance artists, and cultural event presenters whose work have history in Chinatown and/or explore themes of immigration, neighborhoods & Asian American identity. We aim to engage a broader community in the practice of creating and presenting art, especially across generational and community boundaries. We have an immediate opportunity for art presentation space in December and many opportunities for performances or events. Proposals are due Nov 6 at noon. 

 

Apply at: http://www.chashama.org/programs/spacetopresent

Applicants should be prepared to submit 3-5 images of work samples, a CV, and a $5.00 processing fee. Additional information can be found on chashama.org. Inquires about the application process should be directed to: janusz at chashama.org

 

384 Broadway is a temporary art space presented by THINK!CHINATOWN and ChaShaMa.  With the mission to increase representation of Asian American artists and themes of concern to our community, this project seeks to test new ways galleries in Chinatown can better engage the neighborhood with cross-cultural and inter-generational practices. This project is not a commercial endeavor and is largely ran on the energy of community volunteers.

 

THINK!CHINATOWN is a collective of neighbors and advocates working to keep Chinatown a vibrant place of inter-generational learning, cultural production & civic engagement. We are here to listen, to respond, and to build Chinatown's capacities as a strong immigrant neighborhood of NYC. Our mission is to attract & connect resources for Chinatown organizations & businesses using the tools of design & community engagement. Join us in connecting past, present & future to ensure a resilient Chinatown. -- www.thinkchinatown.org

 

Chashama supports artists by giving them the space to create and present their work. Chashama was founded in 1995 in response to the lack of affordable space for emerging artists in New York to create and present their work. Since then, Chashama has activated over 80 unused properties, providing space to create and space to present to 15,000 artists. Chashama partners with property owners to re-purpose unused commercial real estate into space for artists’ dreams to become reality.

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