OACC Community Partner Ferocious Lotus is bringing this unique and hilarious play to the Potrero Stage in San Francisco, this month – June 23 through July 15, 2018.
The story lines in Leah Nanako Winkler’s laugh-out-loud “white people by the water” play may seem all too familiar – siblings argue over women, a mother creates self-loathing in her daughter, and complicated and unique secrets are unveiled over white wine. Yet there’s a twist. By casting the family with actors of color, Winkler sends up some of our favorite American plays and helps us see the inherent inequities on stage and in life. TWO MILE HOLLOW is the perfect parody during this national moment, when our identity as Americans is being questioned more than ever before.
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San Francisco CA 94107
Oakland Chinatown First Fridays: Lincoln Summer Nights
July 6, 2018
5:00 PM – 8:00 PM
Lincoln Square, Oakland
First Wednesdays: Madison Park
Evening of July 11, 2018
Madison Park, Oakland
Join us in the heart of Chinatown as we host family friendly activities.
Events are in collaboration with Friends of Lincoln Square, Asian Health Services, APEN, AYPAL, API Legal Outreach, OACC and other generous sponsors.
‘Sky Mountain & Waterscape’
A Chinese Ink Wash Landscape Painting Exhibition
Kam Cheung Mok
Opening Reception: Friday, July 6, 2018
Exhibition Dates: June 30th to August 30th, 2018
Free and Open to the Public
About the Exhibit
‘Sky, Mountain & Waterscape’ is a painting series consisting of twenty-five contemporary Chinese ink wash landscape paintings documenting memorable natural landscapes around the world. Terrains, rivers, waterfalls, and skies vary in color and mood, transporting the viewer to different seasons and geographic locations.
About the Artist
Mok Kam Cheung, born in 1945, his works have been exhibited and documented in Hong Kong and China many times as well as collected by art enthusiasts all over the world. In 2016, his work was collected in the “Six Contemporary Chinese Painters” collection published by Beijing Ministry of Culture, organized by the Chinese Artist Association, Chinese Collectors Association, and China Literature and Art foundation. In 2017, his solo” Mok Kam Cheung Chinese Painting Collection” was published by Jiangxi Fine Art Publishing House.