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KSW Presents Michelle Lin, Kazumi Chin and Diana Li.

Date:
Friday, March 17, 2017
Time:
8:00 PM - 10:00 PM
Event Type:
Concert/Show
Organizer/Author:
Kearny Street Workshop
Location Details:
Arc Gallery & Studios
1246 Folsom St. (btw 8th and 9th)
San Francisco, CA 94103.

Arc Gallery & Studios
1246 Folsom St. (btw 8th and 9th)
Friday, March 17th, 2017 8-10pm
Pre-sale (General) $7 |Pre-sale (Reserved Seating) $10 | Door $10
Year Pass (includes Celebrate Your Body and APAture 2017) $50
TICKETS: http://bit.ly/kswpresents02

We're celebrating the book release of Sibling Rivalry Press's newest titles, "A House Made of Water" by MICHELLE LIN and "Having a Coke with Godzilla" by KAZUMI CHIN.

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Come celebrate the opening our new Office Gallery exhibition by DIANA LI!

Bios:

​Michelle Lin, author of A House Made of Water (Sibling Rivalry Press), has performed for Kearny Street Workshop’s APAture and grlhood—redefining the I // here I am, and has had her work featured by the Public Poetry Project and Poet Laureate Juan Felipe Herrera's "Lo Writer of the Week" series. A Kundiman fellow, she studied poetry at the University of Pittsburgh (MFA) and the University of California, Riverside (BA). A former poetry teacher and editor for journals Hot Metal Bridge, B. E. Quarterly, and Mosaic, she currently works for Twelfth House Journal and API Legal Outreach.

​Kazumi Chin is the author of Having a Coke With Godzilla. He works to build loving communities with marginalized people, to put language to the mechanisms of structures and identities, and to create spaces and tools that allow others to do the same. He is interested in scholarship at the intersection of art-making and critical theory, and has a profound love for maps, spreadsheets, algorithms, taxonomies, simulations, and also poetry & the mythical power of true friendship.

Diana Li is an artist who works with tele-nomadic multimedia and experiments with technology as a means to disOrient diasporic transmissions of memory and knowledge. Born and raised in the United States to Chinese-Peruvian parents, she focuses on the epistemological overloading of ethnographic and ontological information. She served as a fellow under the 2016 Emerging Curators Program for the Asian American Women Artists Association, participated in KSW's APAture: HERE and currently pursues her MFA at San Francisco Art Institute.
Added to the calendar on Fri, Mar 3, 2017 5:08PM
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