AAWAA  Asian American Women Artists Alliance
     
 

"Accumulative Efforts"

Phoenix Gallery, 568 Broadway, Suite 607, NYC 10013
July 15 - July 31, 2003

Participating artists: Jacie Lee Almira, Akiko Bresler, Yvette Castro, Amy Cheng, Paula DeLuccia, Ellen Hsiao, Ran Hwang, Suejin Jo, Joo Hyun Kang, Patty Kim, Sonomi Kobayashi, Yan Kong, Fannie Lee, Numyi Lee, Helen Lin, Doris J. Lettau, Chie Nishio, Diana Schmertz, Sung Sook Setton, Anna Song, Miyoung Song, Xin Song, Yi Jun Sun, , Shirley Pu Wills, Ella Yang, Hee Sung Yang, Zhang Yu.

Some of the follwing images were taken during the opening reception on Friday, July 18, with two performances: Traditional Balinese dance by Ayu Armini and Jazz music by Yasco Ikegami.

The online catalog for this exhibition is is available here.

 
     
  "Accumulative Efforts" at Phoenix Gallery, 2003  
     
 
Artist Ellen Hsiao speaking at the opening reception  Artist Ellen Hsiao speaking at the opening reception
 
     
 
Performance at Phoenix Gallery: Jazz Music, Yasco Ikegami, Keyboard, and Yuji Watanabe, composer and flute.  Performance at Phoenix Gallery: Jazz Music by Yasco Ikegami, Keyboard, and Yuji Watanabe, composer and flute.
 
     
  "Accumulative Efforts" at Phoenix Gallery, 2003  
     
  "Accumulative Efforts" at Phoenix Gallery, 2003  
     
 
Performance at Phoenix Gallery: Traditional Balinese Dance, Gusti Ayu Sri Armini, Dancer  Performance at Phoenix Gallery:
Traditional Balinese Dance with Gusti Ayu Sri Armini, Dancer
 
     
 
Performance at Phoenix Gallery: Traditional Balinese Dance, Gusti Ayu Sri Armini, Dancer  Gusti Ayu Sri Armini at Phoenix Gallery
 
     
  "Accumulative Efforts" at Phoenix Gallery, 2003  
     
  "Accumulative Efforts" at Phoenix Gallery, 2003  
     
  "Accumulative Efforts" at Phoenix Gallery, 2003  
     
 

This exhibition is made possible in cooperation with the Asian American Women Artists Alliance with public funds from the Funds for Creative Communities/New York State Council on the Arts Decentralization program, administered by the Lower Manhattan Cultural Council.