Thursday, May 12, 2005

Next Tuesday

Next Tuesday I'll be here with several new pieces. I'm excited!

8th Annual United States of Asian America Festival

Asian Pacific Islander Cultural Center in association with Kearny Street Workshop and AAWAA presents
FULL CIRCLE: Nancy Hom and Betty Nobue Kano Retrospective
Guest artists: May Chan and Rick Godinez May 5-29, 2005 at Somarts Cultural Center
Exhibit Opening reception on Thursday, May 5, 5:00 – 8:00 pm

May 10, 8 pm Panel Discussion with Nancy Hom, Betty Kano and Rick Godinez, moderated by Lenore Chinn

May 17, 7-8 pm Poetry Reading with Nancy Hom, Jeff Leong, Michelle Bautista and Andres Saito

May 22, 2:30pm Painting to Live Music Performance with Betty Kano in collaboration with John Turpin's group, "Expression"
Featuring: John Turpin, Saxophone; Kenneth Nash, Percussion, Keyboards, Spoken Tones; Mali Williams, Contra Bass; Kamau Seitu, Drums & Drum Synthesizer and Robert Birch, Saxophone with Special Guest, Destiny Muhammad, the Harpist from the Hood.

Betty Nobue Kano will create a live music painting, bringing the act of painting full circle to its primordial beginnings — with music, and with a live audience. There will be painting materials available for self-motivated painters of all ages to share the live music moment. Paint and live, live painting.

Presented by Asian Pacific Islander Cultural Center in association with KSW and AAWAA

Please visit the Full Circle Gallery of Betty Nobue Kano and Nancy Hom's work.

SomArts Cultural Center, 934 Brannan Street, San Francisco
Gallery Hours: Tue-Sat 12pm – 4pm

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