Thanks to Rachel Chou of AsAmNews for her coverage of our latest art exhibition!
Nerds of color unite!
The Gotham Center, a university-based research and education center devoted to advancing scholarly and public understanding of NYC history, conducted an interview with Homeward Bound co-curator, Diane Wong, about the exhibit and her ongoing work with Chinatown communities across the U.S.
A lovely write-up in The World of Chinese about Homeward Bound: Global Intimacies in Converging Chinatown.
Homeward Bound curators Diane Wong and Huying B. Chan spoke to The Ink.NYC, a news site from students at Columbia Journalism School.
Sinovision spoke to curators Diane Wong and Huiying B. Chan and Pearl River president Joanne Kwong about Pearl River’s latest art exhibition, Homeward Bound: Global Intimacies in Converging Chinatowns.
Thanks to Phil Yu — aka Angry Asian Man — for including our interview with our newest artist-in-residence in his roundup of must-read blogs.
Sinovision spoke to our latest artist-in-resident, Dingding Hu, and Pearl River president, Joanne Kwong, about Dingding's delightful exhibition.
The World Journal spoke with artists-in-residence Andrew Kung and Emanuel Hahn about their backgrounds and their experiences as they sought to capture the stories of the Chinese community in the Mississippi Delta.
Our latest artist-in-residence, Yingqian Cao, spoke to Sinovision about her show, The Illusion of Certainty, our first exhibition of abstract art.
Sinovision spoke with artist-in-residence Ben Sloat about his exploration of identity, individuality, and commodity in his exhibit, The Pearls That Were His Eyes.
Kam Mak spoke to Sinovision about how his From Tank to Palette series came about, starting from his experiences as a little boy in Hong Kong visiting markets with his grandmother and "playing around" with the live turtle and catfish she brought home.