R Visions for Chinatown
September 20 – 26, 2015
R Visions for Chinatown is a one-week series of temporary art interventions in Boston’s Chinatown highlighting issues and struggles of the Chinese community. R Visions features local artists’ work with an emphasis on interactive art and engaging the public.
This fall, R Visions for Chinatown aims to highlight the affordable housing crisis, particularly focusing on the displacement of residents from Chinatown’s historic row houses and calling for their right to remain in the community.
Please join us on the week of September 20 – 26th for the second annual R VISIONS FOR CHINATOWN!
PREVIEW OF EVENTS:
Sunday 9/20 – Opening Day, 11AM: Meet @ W/Y Gallery for the R Visions Walking Tour, 1PM: R Visions Lunch/Reception
Tuesday 9/22 – 1PM: Meet @ W/Y Gallery for the R Visions Walking Tour with Coffee Hour
Wednesday 9/23 – 4:30PM: Meet @ W/Y Gallery for the R Visions Walking Tour and Action
Saturday, 9/26 – 1PM: Meet at CPA table on Quincy School rooftop terrace for R Visions Walking Tour
“Flagging Chinatown” by Wen-Ti Tsen
“Home: We Live Here” by Chu Huang and Catalina Tang
…and more to come!!!!
Please stay tuned at wongyeegallery.tumblr.com for more event details!
For questions and media inquiries, please email email@example.com or call the Chinese Progressive Association at 617-357-4499.
W/Y Gallery is a collaborative project of the Chinese Progressive Association and the Asian American Resource Workshop