VISIBILITY PROJECT BOOK RELEASE

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On June 6th at a special event in San Francisco, CA the Visibility Project book is launching.

The book is a series of intimate portraits focused on the queer Asian American women and trans community. This retrospective of the Visibility Project lifts up this traditionally marginalized community, through carefully, mindfully, and intentionally moving the spotlight onto the fierce and proud participants of the project. It includes over 80 portraits of QAPIs from New York to Little Rock to Chicago and of course, San Francisco.



Visibility Project Director, Mia Nakano, and collaborators Monna Wong and Tracy Ngyuen developed educational curriculum to help educators utilize the Visibility Project photos and extensive oral history film interviews as teaching tools. The lesson plans are meant as prompts for folks as young as 11 through adulthood. It begins with key guiding principals to cultivate a safe intentional space to teach and learn.

RESILIENCE ARCHIVES SHOWCASE & LGBTQ AAPI SF BAY AREA DIGITAL HISTORY TOUR LAUNCH

June 6th is the launch of the Resilience Archives digital history tour alongside a multi-disciplinary event that includes:

  • A performance showcase of LGBTQ AAPI storytellers led by producer Kat Evasco
  • An exhibition of large format portraits from the Visibility Project
  • Historical personal archives will also be exhibited
  • Short films from oral history interviews of the Visibility Project, API Equality – Northern California’s Dragon Fruit Project, and summer workshops of the Resilience Archives will be setup at listening stations

DATE + TIMES

Tuesday, June 6th, 2017
6:00-8:30 (Reception + book release)
6:30-7:15 (Performance + LGBTQ AAPI digital history tour launch)

LOCATION

Intersection for the Arts
901 Mission Street, Suite 306
San Francisco, CA 94103

ACCESSIBILITY

The venue is wheelchair accessible. ASL Interpreter available with four day notice

SLIDING SCALE DONATIONS DOUBLE!

This event is free, however we are taking sliding scale donations to help raise funds for an Oakland production of this showcase. Artists, Mia Nakano and Kat Evasco, are recipients of the East Bay Fund for Artists, which means that all donations will be matched up to $3100! Please help us meet our goal!

TICKET LIST

We will have a list of donors who have donated prior to the event. We will also be taking cash, check, and credit donations the day of. We encourage you to get tickets and books before the event, to help us track attendance and quantities of books needed to print.

TICKET & BOOK SALE DONATIONS
All donations for tickets and books are tax deductible, you will receive an email mail notification of your donation in a few weeks.

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