• Faces of Women Rostros de Mujer

    Rostros de Mujer (Faces of Woman)

    • Opening: Tuesday, March 7, 2019
    • From 6:30 PM to 9 PM
    • Ch'in Kana Gallery (3rd Floor)
    • Free Admission
    • Runs through: May 24, 2019

    The invited artists celebrate the strength, influence, and creativity of women through their art, sharing a complimentary of inspiration.

    Women in the arts have always played a pivotal role in shaping new meaning, whether in painting, music, sculpture, theater, or etc. Either as a subject or as an observer, women are a reminder of the great creative spirit.

    Dulce Lopez, Jhovany de la Ala, Roberto Marosi, give us part of their work of how they capture women in their expression and translate them, women musicians, women artists, and women in their own words.

    • Gallery hours: Tuesday to Saturday
    • From 10 AM to 5 PM

  • Jagah Jadoo: Magic Place

    Jagah // Jadoo

    • Opening: Friday, May 17, 2019
    • From 6 PM to 9 PM
    • Main Gallery (2nd Floor)
    • Runs from May 13 to May 25, 2019

    Curated by Natasha Dangond, Vasudhaa Narayanan, Madhvi Trivedi-Pathak, and Shannon Prasad.

    Jagah // Jadoo (Magic Place) creates an opportunity for artists to reimagine narratives that have been erased by collective hxstories of colonization. Through music, dance, and visual art, the evening long showcase followed by a three weeklong exhibition, aims to cultivate and claim a space for South Asian artists across disciplines, identities, and geographies, in one magic place.

    Jagah's focus is to weave together themes of geography, sense of belonging, and nonlinear diasporic experiences. The Sanskrit word translating to "place" is the manifestation of a multidimensional space for artists to present their sanctuaries and investigate their individual and shared narratives tied to the South Asian experience.

    Jadoo acts as a dua to the transcestors, allowing South Asian queer and trans folx to build community with their past, present and future ancestors in a space centered on individual and collective conversations on death, grief, and mental illness.

    Away from the heteronormative and Eurocentric gaze, the exhibition provides a platform for artists of the South Asian diaspora to examine how our identities serve as a form of resistance by asserting claims to belonging.

    • Gallery hours: Tuesday to Saturday from 10 AM to 5 PM

    Participating Artists

    azadi
    Misha Abbas
    Saleem Ahmed
    Aarati Akkapeddi
    Anum Awan
    Sathya Baskaran
    Chiraag Bhakta
    Zulfikar Ali Bhutto
    Natasha Dangond
    Khushboo Kataria Gulati
    Sara Hassan
    Shamma Iqbal
    Sumeera Jattala
    Fiza Jihan
    Melissa Joseph
    Saalik Khan
    Kohinoorgasm
    Vasudhaa Narayanan
    Pluto
    Nidhi Parixit Patel
    Madhvi Trivedi-Pathak
    Shannon Prasad
    Mitali Kandula Purkayastha
    Rajah
    Preetika Rajgariah
    Sindura Reddy
    Zara Saif
    Sathya
    SNJV
    Palija Shrestha
    Nalani Sood
    Tavishi
    Fyzah Tajdin
    Garima Thakur
    Shabina Toorawa

  • De Cajón Tocando La Historia Exhibition

    De Cajón: Tocando la Historia

    • Opening: Friday, June 7, 2019
    • From 6 PM to 10 PM
    • Main Gallery (2nd Floor)
    • $15 Admission
    • Runs through: June 13, 2019

    The community is invited to a special exhibition, reception, and musical performance around the Cajón drum! Featuring more than 10 artists and directed by Juan de Diós Soto, this exhibition includes installations, photography, audiovisual media, painting, and sculpture about Cajón, which originates from the Afro-Peruvian community.

    The event will open with a reception and musical presentation with the Cajón drum by Afro-Peruvian music and dance company "Jaranon y Bochinche".

    Program

    • 6:00 PM - Open Doors, Food served
    • 6:30 PM - Traditional Peruvian Live Music by Jaranon y Bochinche
    • 7:15 PM - Reception De Cajón: Tocando la historia by Juan de Dios Soto

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    • Gallery hours: Tuesday to Saturday
    • 10 AM to 5 PM

    Organización

    Tradición Peruana Cultural Center es una organización sin fines de lucro dedicada a promover y conservar el arte, cultura y tradición Peruana. Fundado en el año 1994, y por su aniversario de 25 años se encuentra realizando diferentes eventos. Unos de ellos es la primera exposición en los Estado Unidos de la historia y evolución del Cajón AfroPeruano. El cajón es un instrumento percutivo creado por la comunidad AfroPeruano por la costa de Perú con la llegada de los esclavos Africanos.

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