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Itadakimasu! amwa and SLT are throwing an art potluck for all artists and arts instigators who love Little Tokyo! Bring a dish and/or artwork to share, or just show up and have dinner with new and old friends. Be a part of our inclusive arts community and the 135-year old legacy of arts and culture in our historic Japantown!
The kick-off for ART4FSN, 15 months of free community art programs as a part of our fight to Save First Street North!
Optional, informal show-and-tell of your artwork (5 minutes per person). The show-and-tell and potluck event are open to all, but we give priority to artists of color, and LGBTQ and non-binary artists.
Toshizo Watanabe Exhibition Center (located in JACCC Center Building) is ADA and wheelchair accessible. Please note that we do not have all-gender or ADA or wheelchair accessible bathrooms in our Center Building. In our Aratani Theatre, we have ADA and wheelchair accessible bathrooms; and all-gender, single-stall bathrooms (however, the all-gender bathrooms are not ADA or wheelchair accessible). In an effort to keep this a low-scent event, please refrain from wearing perfumes or fragrances.
For any questions about accessibility or transportation, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
ASIAN MAMAS WORKING IN THE ARTS (amwa)
amwa is a collective of femme and non-binary pan-asian art workers that envisions art and design as tools to build radical, inclusive spaces of solidarity for pan-asians and peoples of color. amwa.work
JAPANESE AMERICAN CULTURAL & COMMUNITY CENTER (JACCC) is one of the largest ethnic arts and cultural centers of its kind in the United States. A hub for Japanese and Japanese American arts and culture and a community gathering place for the diverse voices it inspires – Japanese American Cultural & Community Center connects traditional and contemporary; community participants and creative professionals; Southern California and the world beyond. jaccc.org