Asian american artists collective

Ryan Wong is a writer and arts organizer who consults with Joan Mitchell Foundation grant recipients as part of our ongoing Professional Development series. We asked Ryan to share insights for artists gained from his research on artist collectives. In an art world that shines light on individuals, and where the work of organizing is often unpaid and under-recognized, why form an artist collective? Godzilla connected artists and curators directly, allowing them to support each other in a white-dominated art world that often ignored or misunderstood them. Clearly, artists still feel a need to collectivize. By looking back at Godzilla, we can find concrete reasons one might create, join, and work with a collective.
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Asian American Women Artists Alliance

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A Brief History of the Art Collectives of NYC's Chinatown

Founded on August 21, , AAAC consisted of artists from various sectors of the art community and used intersections of art, community, and activism to confront social injustices that challenged the APIA community. Though AAAC ceased to exist in , various individual artists from the collective remain active within the greater art community. Anida and Marlon then husband and wife collaborators , founded the group because of their positive experiences in the early s with collectivist action through their undergraduate literary magazine, Monsoon, at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign published by the Asian American Artists Collective. They felt the need to collectivize across Asian ethnic lines in reaction to the anti-Muslim climate following the World Trade Center attacks on September 11, Ali, as one of its founders, cites the AAAC's attempt to incorporate as a nonprofit as a key factor in their demise. Though members participated in general activities hosted by AAAC, some artists also splintered into various sub-groups. The Collective consisted of four subgroups.
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Asian American Artists Collective Chicago

Over the last months, concerned with the proliferation of galleries in Manhattan Chinatown, the Chinatown Art Brigade , W. Below are some examples — but by no means a comprehensive list — of collectives, organizations, and artists that have defined the cultural life of modern Chinatown. Around , a loose collective of young people started to meet in a musty basement in Chinatown.
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AAAC is a collaborative network of diverse Asian American voices dedicated to artistic development, support, and empowerment. Through the arts, AAAC works to confront, subvert and disrupt stereotypes, discrimination, prejudice, and oppression from the outside and inside of our communities. This Chicago, IL based artists group was active from The group is officially dormant and we have let our site go dark but in actuality the collective partnerships have just morphed into splinter projects and smaller collaborations. The Collective consisted of the following subgroups: Mango Tribe touring feminist performance group ; Kitchen Poems writing circle inspired by workshops formerly run by author M.
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