Co-curated by Anne Hromadka (Jewish Artists Initiative) and Hirokazu Kosaka (JACCC), this original visual arts exhibition is centered on the theme of cultural sustainability and brings together artists from the Los Angeles Jewish and Japanese American communities. On view at the JACCC from 8/21 through 9/9.
Featured Artists: Joshua Abarbanel, Melinda Smith Altshuler, Noriko Furunishi, Andrea Hodos, Hiroko Ikuta, Wakana Kimura, Yokou Kitajima, Jessica Shokrian and Cathy Weiss
An RSVP is highly encouraged for this free event. As all Voices of LA programs are free of charge, it is our policy to overbook. In the case of a full program, your free reservation may not guarantee admission. We recommend arriving early. Space permitting, unclaimed reservations will be released to standby patrons fifteen minutes prior to the start of the show.
As one of the pillar arts and cultural organizations in the Little Tokyo area, the Japanese American Cultural & Community Center believes that art and culture play a critical role in creative placemaking and helping to strengthen communities through community engagement. Founded in 1971, the mission of the JACCC is to present, perpetuate, transmit and promote Japanese and Japanese American arts and culture to diverse audiences, and to provide a center to enhance community programs. For more information, please visit: http://www.jaccc.org
Parking is available at multiple pay lots throughout Little Tokyo. The closest pay lot is located at 350 E. 2nd St. (Joe’s Parking), on the south side of the street between San Pedro St. and Central Ave. Metered street parking is also available throughout the neighborhood. For more information, please visit: http://www.jaccc.org/map.php