Chinatown’s “Joy on Joice Street Fair” 2023 AAPI Art, Crafts, Community (SF)
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Chinese Historical Society of America Museum | 965 Clay St, San Francisco
Submitted by the Event Organizer
The Joy on Joice Street Fair, hosted by the Chinese Historical Society of America Museum (CHSA), Cameron House, and Cut Fruit Collective looks to uplift Bay Area Asian American Pacific Islander (AAPI) creativity, community, and joy. With the many challenges facing San Francisco Chinatown and AAPI communities across the Bay, we look to all of our collective creative energies and participation to bring us together. Join us as we hold space for reconnecting and building solidarity across generations and communities.
During the first weekend of Asian American & Pacific Islander Heritage Month, enjoy a day filled with AAPI makers, artists, performers, community organizations, and more.
The street fair will take place on Joice Street in San Francisco Chinatown, between Sacramento Street and Clay Street.
Admission is free. More details to come.
- DJ Microtone — performance DJ from Fault Radio
- Caroline Chung, Citizens Jazz — jazz ensemble
- BTB Drummers — five-piece Afro-Cuban drumming group led by Michael Zheng
- Cameron House’s Dragon and Lion Dance team — led by Corey Chan
- Line Dancing — led by Cameron House’s Dar Masamori and Grace Tom
Additional performance art will be led by:
- Project Artivism Youth Print Making — Interactive screen printing pop-up run by local youth
- William Rhodes — Interactive artist, contributing artist to Bruce Lee Underground
- Dawn Jian and Philip Vy’s Rocker of Abundance — Social practice art project with sculptural rocking chair built for two
40+ AAPI makers including: Menmin Made, Rice Paper Scissors, Lunaria Flower Farm, Baba’s House, Sampaguita Press, Cultural Roots Nursery, Shawna Chan, Made by Chanamon, Teaphile, The Bao Bae, Empire in the Air, and more!
Made possible with generous funding from:
SF Grants for the Arts, SF Arts Commission, Walter & Elise Haas Fund, San Francisco Office of Economic & Workforce Development
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