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HYRBRIDITY, MULTIPLICTY, HETEROGENEITY
MARCH 3 - MARCH 31

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A MULTI-MEDIA EXHIBIT OF BAY AREA ARTISTS OF SOUTHEAST ASIAN DESCENT

EXHIBIT OPENING AND RECEPTION:  THURSDAY, MARCH 3: 4-6 PM

HYBRIDITY, MULTIPLICITY, HETEROGENEITY fosters an interdisciplinary
dialogue on cultural fusion, tradition and identity within the San Francisco Bay Area’s
Southeast Asian American community.  The artists selected for this exhibition
use a myriad of media to convey their sense of self and their position within
American society.  The artists’ thematic materials vary as a result of the
diverse heritages they were raised in and the relationships and/or memories they
choose to work from.  Highlighting these selected works from a larger cultural
base, this exhibition is mounted in conjunction with San Francisco State University’s
third tri-annual interdisciplinary conference of Southeast Asians in the diaspora:
Re-SEAing Southeast Asian American Studies March 10 and 11.

MARCH 10-11:

GALLERY EXHITION: CESAR STUDENT ART GALLERY
            10:00am – 6pm Terrace Level of the Student Union
         
CURATORS
Carol Reif
Stephanie May
Alexander Salvatore
Thu Nguyen
Crystal Schwierzke

POSTCARD ARTIST
            Lucy Liew: The Persistence of Home

INSTALLATION
            Vince Skelly, The Art Gallery: Director

ARTISTS AND SUPPORTERS
Freddy Chandra
Bihn Dahn
Lucy Liew
Ratha Nou
Yee Yee Htwe
Cat-U-Thasoonthorn
Gue Yang
Jan Erich Oblena
Isabele Thuy Pelaud

Department of Art: Professor Mark Johnson
Exhibition Design 619/719: Fall 2010

For more information contact:
Dr. Jonathan H. X. Lee
Conference Organizer
Office: 415-338-2279
jlee@sfsu.edu