Mark your calendar for this month’s salon featuring Chinese American artists with the last name Wong (and one Wang): Salon! You’re Wong!
2/25 at 7pm
Salon! You’re Wong!
Hosted and performances by:
Eth-Noh-Tec Kinetic Story Theater
Weaving ancient metaphor and myth with modern message.
Poet, Author, Activist, welds words flowering from the political and social lives of working people. Her latest book is “Breakfast Lunch Dinner.”
Flo Oy Wong
Co-founder of the Asian American Women Artists Association, Flo is a mixed media visual storyteller whose work meets at the intersection of art and history.
(writer) uses his journalist experiences to explore a multi-cultural landscape: from history to culture, from ethnicity and politics to the arts.
Shirley & Betty Wong
Born across from S.F. Chinese playground, it was inevitable for the Wong twins to ‘lap up’ chinese music like mother’s milk, giving birth to the Flowing Stream Ensemble and Xinjiang music of the Phoenix Spring Ensemble.
Cellist, vocalist and composer who seeks the possibility of transformation in performance through improvisation and the synergy of multiple disciplines.
Nancy Wang of Eth-Noh-Tec, storyteller, dancer, therapist, and a long life – all contribute to her personal story of becoming Wang.
977 South Van Ness Ave
(between 21st & 20th Streets;
close to 24th Street BART)
San Francisco, CA 94110
Tickets at the Door
$10-$25 (sliding scale)