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 MENTORSHIP. VISIBILITY. ADVOCACY.

OUR MISSION IS TO ADVANCE THE VISIBILITY AND RECOGNITION OF ASIAN AMERICAN WOMEN IN THE ARTS.

 

Through exhibitions, publications, public programs and an informative website, AAWAA is an accessible resource and portal for educators academics, researchers, arts and social justice communities and the general public.

 
 

 Become A Member

 

Membership is open for all Asian American-identified women artists working in all disciplines: visual art, video/film, literary arts, performing arts, etc.

 
 
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Programs

More information about our programs

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A Place of Her Own™

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Cheers to Muses

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Emerging Curators Program

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Speakers Bureau

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Generation of Hope Mural

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The Worlds of Bernice Bing

EXHIBITIONS | 2019

AGRARIANAA

Agrarianaa is a multimedia exhibition featuring artists and farmers rooted in the rich history of Asian Pacific American agricultural crafts, legacies and present-day community placemaking.

Join us for the closing reception at Japanese American Museum of San Jose, on Sunday, September 29. (On view until October 13 in celebration of Asia Week)

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