0d6713810c Artist Fonda Yoshimoto of Oakland's piece presented at OACC's APA Heritage Month 2012 Exhibit.


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Artist Talk and Exhibition with Xuchi Naungayan Eggleton

Julina  presents


Celebrate the 4th Asian Contemporary Art Week, September 20-28, 2014.Sponsored by the Asian Contemporary Art Consortium-San Francisco and hosted by the Oakland Asian Cultural Center.Wish I Were There: Imagined Geographies

Encaustic Paintings, Drawings & Installation
by Xuchi Naungayan Eggleton

Sunday, September 21
from 2-5 p.m


xuchi_photoJoin us for an Artist Talk and Q&A with Xuchi Naungayan Eggleton moderated by ­­­­­­­­­
Natasha Reichle, Associate Curator of Southeast Asian Art, Asian Art Museum.

Xuchi Naungayan Eggleton explains the origins of her artistic impulse: “I was inspired by my grandparents’ migration to America, one from the Philippines, by sea, and the other from Mexico, by land. I used the Greco-Roman ancient craft of encaustic painting, the enigmatic traditions of Filipino Kut-Kut (scratching), and the Asian gold leaf tradition to convey the links between the documents and objects associated with my grandparents’ travels to material history, geographies, and its broader cultural implications.”Xuchi Naungayan Eggleton, attained her MFA on Painting at San Francisco Art Institute in 2007 and BFA on Painting, Printmaking and Photography in San Diego State University, 1999.  She works as adjunct faculty at Miracosta College in San Diego California. See more of Xuchi’s work at:www.xuchinaungayaneggleton.comOakland Asian Cultural Center OACC builds vibrant communities through Asian and Pacific Islander American (APIA) arts and culture programs that foster intergenerational and cross-cultural dialogue, cultural identity, collaborations, and social justice.Asian Contemporary Arts Consor­tium in San Francisco’s (ACAC-SF) mission for organizing ACAW is to create a broad alliance of curators, museum directors, gallery owners, educators, and collectors to promote awareness and appreciation of Asian and Asian American contemporary arts and design in the United States.Exhibition curated by Julina Togonon. Julina Togonon is an independent curator based in the San Francisco Bay Area. She was the founder and director of Togonon Gallery from 1994-2012.

Exhibition organized by: Oakland Asian Cultural Center, Asian Contemporary Art Consortium-San Francisco, and Julina Togonon Fine Arts. Support for the exhibition is provided in part by the Agbayani Construction Corporation and ProfoodUSA.


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