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Art and Transcultural Negotiation Panel Discussion

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Asian Art Museum

200 Larkin Street

San Francisco, CA 94102

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Join us for this evening with art historian Margo Machida and artists Michael Arcega, Ranu Mukherjee and Weston Teruya, who discuss themes of transcultural influence and connections to place, heritage and community raised by the exhibition Changing and Unchanging Things: Noguchi and Hasegawa in Postwar Japan.

Drawing on her current research focusing on transnationalism and contemporary Asian American and Indigenous Pacific Islander artists, Machida presents a keynote lecture highlighting individual artists’ practices in an increasingly cosmopolitan art world, where issues of identification remain fluid, as they were for Noguchi and Hasegawa. Bay Area artists Michael Arcega, Ranu Mukherjee and Weston Teruya then join Machida for a panel discussion about how such themes manifest in their own practices.

The Asian Art Museum is committed to making its events accessible to all. This event is wheelchair accessible and assistive listening devices (ALDs) will be provided. ASL interpretation or open captioning are available upon request; please email visit@asianart.org two weeks prior to the event to request an interpreter.

Doors and Museum Store open at 6 PM

Program starts at 7 PM

Galleries open from 8:30-9:30 PM

Limited capacity, free with museum admission. Purchasing your ticket ahead of time is strongly encouraged.


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