All virtual screenings will be accompanied by an opportunity for reflection and Q&A with playwright and actor Susan Lieu.
Featured Topic and Special Guest: "Processing Trauma & Healing Through Artistic Expression" with Melanie Elvena, Programs Manager of Asian American Women Artists Association (AAWAA)
- Melanie Elvena is an arts producer, independent curator, community organizer, and sometimes artist living and working in the San Francisco Bay Area. She serves as Artistic Director at Asian Pacific Islander Cultural Center and Programs Manager at Asian American Women Artists Association. Melanie co-founded Hella Maarte Productions, a Bay Area arts production agency serving people of color, women, and LGBTQ+ communities for a hella equitable future. She received her B.A. in Art History from UC Irvine in Modern/Contemporary Art.
Ticketing: Each show has its own unique event link; you will not be able to use the link for one showing to access another one. If for any reason you need to change your ticket to attend another showing, please email email@example.com for assistance at least 48 hours before the show begins.
Cancellation Policy: OACC will honor any cancellations made 7 days or more in advance of the event date with a 100% refund. Any cancellations request made after will not be refunded. Thank you for your understanding and support.
Susan is a working artist and relies on community support from people like you to continue telling stories on intergenerational trauma and healing. If you would like to invest more in her work, please purchase the appropriate ticket OR add an additional gift of any amount during your ticket check-out.
This event is sponsored in part by:
Naja Pham Lockwood, Founder, and CEO of RYSE Media which is dedicated to funding and producing independent storytelling that is engaging with social impact and supporting stories that convey the richness and diverse stories of Asian Americans.
Sarah LaFleur, Founder & CEO of M.M.LaFleur. M.M.LaFleur is the premiere women’s clothing brand for modern working women, founded in 2013 by Sarah LaFleur, a former management consultant, and Miyako Nakamura, the former head designer of Zac Posen. M.M.’s goal is to take the work out of getting dressed by offering versatile, easy to care for luxury-quality pieces. Built on the core belief that when women succeed, the world becomes a better place, the company is committed to using its products and platform to partner on empowerment-based initiatives with organizations including Bottomless Closet, She Should Run, The Girl Scouts, and IRC. The brand’s award-winning digital magazine, The M Dash, offers readers wardrobe advice and career tips, as well as features interviews with inspirational women.
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|Sun, 5/9 "140 LBS" - Artist Sustainer Admission|
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|Sun, 5/9 "140 LBS" - Artist Investor Admission|
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