Social/Networking Event

A4 & SAWCC Summer Social

Tuesday, August 13, 2024
7 – 9PM

Join A4 and SAWCC at Finback Brewery in Brooklyn for mingling, light bites, and a chance to learn about our artist programs!

Asian American Arts Alliance (A4) and South Asian Womxn’s Creative Collective (SAWCC) invite you to a summer social! Meet other artists and creatives, enjoy refreshments, network, and build community.

You’ll also have a chance to learn about opportunities that support Asian American creatives—staff from A4 and SAWCC will be present to share about upcoming artist programs and ways to stay connected.

The first 30 people to arrive will receive a free drink token for one of Finback Brewery’s tasty summer beers or cocktails. We’ll also provide light bites.

The event is free and open to the public. Space is limited, and RSVP is required.

Accessibility:
If you have any questions or accessibility needs, please email jlee@aaartsalliance.org.

About A4
Asian American Arts Alliance (A4) is a nonprofit organization dedicated to ensuring greater representation, equity, and opportunities for Asian American artists and cultural organizations through resource sharing, promotion, and community building. Since 1983, A4 has sought to unify, promote, and represent the artistic and cultural producers of one of New York City’s fastest-growing populations. We are a diverse alliance of artists, organizations, and arts supporters who believe that working together as a pan-ethnic, multidisciplinary community is essential to nurturing the development of artists and arts groups. A4 serves as a thoughtful convener of the Asian American cultural workforce around issues of race, identity, and artmaking and provides a critical voice for this community. We are the only service organization in the country dedicated to the professional development of Asian American and Pacific Islander artists in all disciplines.

About SAWCC
The South Asian Womxn’s Creative Collective (SAWCC) is a nonprofit arts organization dedicated to the advancement, visibility, and development of emerging and established South Asian womxn artists and creative professionals by providing a physical and virtual space to profile their creative and intellectual work across disciplines. SAWCC has served South Asian women, femmes, and nonbinary artists since 1997, and our public programs present the creative work of South Asian womxn in multiple disciplines through salons, talks, workshops, readings, screenings, performances, and exhibitions. SAWCC connects womxn of South Asian descent with links to various communities and encourages their growth as artists by providing a platform to exchange ideas and feedback on their creative work and network with other South Asian womxn artists, educators, community workers, and professionals. Learn more at the SAWCC website.