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SEASAW: Southeast Asian Street Art Workshop

CERI 544 International Blvd, Suite 9, Oakland

The Southeast Asian Street Art Workshops (SEASAW) is a weekly arts and cultural gathering space for students ages 11-17 from Southeast Asian backgrounds. This workshop is a collaborative project between ARTogether and the Center for Empowering Refugees & Immigrants and led by artist Pat Kong.

Free

SEASAW: Southeast Asian Street Art Workshop

CERI 544 International Blvd, Suite 9, Oakland

The Southeast Asian Street Art Workshops (SEASAW) is a weekly arts and cultural gathering space for students ages 11-17 from Southeast Asian backgrounds. This workshop is a collaborative project between ARTogether and the Center for Empowering Refugees & Immigrants and led by artist Pat Kong.

Free

SEASAW: Southeast Asian Street Art Workshop

CERI 544 International Blvd, Suite 9, Oakland

The Southeast Asian Street Art Workshops (SEASAW) is a weekly arts and cultural gathering space for students ages 11-17 from Southeast Asian backgrounds. This workshop is a collaborative project between ARTogether and the Center for Empowering Refugees & Immigrants and led by artist Pat Kong.

Free

SEASAW: Southeast Asian Street Art Workshop

CERI 544 International Blvd, Suite 9, Oakland

The Southeast Asian Street Art Workshops (SEASAW) is a weekly arts and cultural gathering space for students ages 11-17 from Southeast Asian backgrounds. This workshop is a collaborative project between ARTogether and the Center for Empowering Refugees & Immigrants and led by artist Pat Kong.

Free

SEASAW: Southeast Asian Street Art Workshop

CERI 544 International Blvd, Suite 9, Oakland

The Southeast Asian Street Art Workshops (SEASAW) is a weekly arts and cultural gathering space for students ages 11-17 from Southeast Asian backgrounds. This workshop is a collaborative project between ARTogether and the Center for Empowering Refugees & Immigrants and led by artist Pat Kong.

Free

Khamsa Exhibition

Aggregate Space Gallery 1255 26th Street, Unit 101, Oakland

Khamsa is a visual and musical journey through the five stages of grief, encouraging the audience to explore different aspects of trauma’s universality. A collaborative creation led by Muslim artist, community organizer and activist Guled Muse in partnership with ARTogether and Gathering All Muslim Artists (GAMA), Khamsa will be a multimedia installation addressing the different stages of the grieving process: denial, anger, bargaining, depression and acceptance. Collaborating artists include musicians and visual artists of color from across the United States.

Free

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