The Wassaic Project, New York
May 1 - May 30
Artist in Residence
Artist residency located at the historical Maxon Mills, Luther Barn and surrounding facilities, in Wassaic, NY. The Wassaic Project produces exhibitions, a summer festival and an arts education program.
Bemis Center for Contemporary Arts, Nebraska
Artist in Residence, September 20 - November 17, 2017
Artist Residency, "Art Empathy and Ethos"
Montalvo Art Center: The Long Distance Call
January 27, 2017
Lucas Artists Program Fellow Christy Chan and actors Gail Jones and Catherine Lerza present a live performance of Chan’s The Long Distance Call. A Q&A with Chan will follow the performance. In addition, visiting artist Simón Adinia Hanukai will discuss his new work informed by questions and concerns about data mining and Lucas Artist Program Visual Arts Fellow Kim Beck will present her past work and projects she intends to explore while in residence.
100 Days of Action: Phone It In
February 12, 2017
Community day at studio. Provided with call lists and various provided scripts for causes, guests are invited to call their congresspeople and let them know how they feel on the new administration's proposals. Participants each receive a hand-made button that says "I phoned it in." Or, use a button machine to create their own wearable mantras. Snacks, music and children welcome. RSVP
SOMArts: Magic Word Mother Tongue
March 9 - April 30
A poly-lingual exhibitions, public workshop and performance series features artists, linguists and performers investigating the ways in which language forms our culture, society and sense of self. Participating artists include Michael Arcega, Christy Chan, Jamil Hellu, Desiree Holman, Sasha Petrenko, Christina Victor, and the Bureau of Linguistical Reality. Curated by Sasha Petrenko. as part of Somarts Curatorial Residency. The opening reception on March 9 will feature an interactive performance by The Bureau of Linguistic Reality, as well as performances by Tommy Becker and Christy Chan. Link
Kala Art Center: Just Breathe
Thursday, March 23
Kala Art Center presents an evening of live storytelling and music. Hear strange, funny and true stories about how people are surviving the passionate new political climate. Emceed by Bay Area artists Christy Chan and Maria Finn. Curated by Kala Art Center's Mayumi Hamanaka and Amber Hoy. Details to come.