Assembly for Chinatown: Artist Roundtable 装扮唐人街: 艺术家对话

Sunday, October 18, 2020
2 – 3:30PM

A+A+A Studio hosts a conversation about the good, the bad and everything in between. Artist from the Assembly For Chinatown project will be invited to discuss process, identity and what it means to be an artist in New York City in 2020.

#AssemblyforChinatown is a project of Think!Chinatown and @aplusaplusa, funded by individual donors and supported by so many caring volunteers! Learn more/donate:

Donations through registration for this event will go directly to the Assembly for Chinatown project. The link for this talk will be sent to you an hour before the start of the event.

CHINATOWN ARTS WEEK is a festival celebrating the cultural richness of Manhattan’s Chinatown.T!C has produced several cultural events throughout the week, all of them are free to the public. By presenting grassroots Chinatown artists and emerging Asian American artists in the same context, we hope to bring the generations together and connect with a wider arts audience. ChAW also highlights cultural happenings presented by our neighbors, to increase awareness of Chinatown’s cultural assets. Beyond this week, we hope that visitors and neighbors alike will recognize and engage more in Chinatown’s cultural offerings.

Think!Chinatown is a 501©(3) non-profit based in Manhattan’s Chinatown. Our mission is to build intergenerational community through neighborhood engagement, storytelling & the arts. We amplify the voices of our neighbors & advocate for equity in resources for Chinatown, honor histories that represent us & value intergenerational learning, and present grassroots arts of Chinatown & emerging Asian-American artists in context of each other. Think!Chinatown is here to listen, to respond, and to build Chinatown’s capacities as a strong & vibrant immigrant neighborhood of NYC. Find more about T!C and Chinatown Arts Week at:

Chinatown Arts Week 2020 is made possible in part with public funds from Creative Engagement, supported by the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and administered by LMCC. It is also funded, in part, by a grant from the NYC & Company Foundation, Con Edison, and contributions from many generous business and individual supporters like you!