Joy on Joice Street FairSeptember 2021
The first ever Joy on Joice Street Fair hosted by the Chinese Historical Society of America Museum (CHSA) and Cut Fruit Collective looks to uplift Bay Area Asian American Pacific Islander (AAPI) creativity, community, and joy. With the many challenges facing San Francisco Chinatown and AAPI communities across the Bay, we look to all of our collective creative energies and participation to bring us together. Join us as we hold space for reconnecting and building solidarity across generations and communities.
Enjoy a day filled with AAPI makers, artists, performers, community organizations, and more.
The street fair will take place on Joice Street in San Francisco Chinatown, between Sacramento Street and Clay Street. Admission is free. For more festival updates, news, and information, visit Cut Fruit Collective and CHSA.
EXHIBITS & PERFORMANCES:
Jennifer Zee, Bloody Girl Gang, Loyale Studio x Modern Theory Candles, Lunaria Flower Farm, This Asian American Life, Hachi Bit, Neko-Oi, pot & shrooms, CLUB CHAZU, Jasivyc.eramics, Ximaps, LaanMao, The Ponnery, Prints by Paulina , Lotus Haus Studio, BREADBELLY, W House SF, One Belly, SAMAAJ, Nana Esguerra, Drawwithkristi, Studio Xu, RE/Search and Search&Destroy
Sat, Oct 16, 2021
Chinese Historical Society of America Museum (CHSA)
All attendees are required to:
*Requirements are subject to change
The Chinese Historical Society of America Museum in San Francisco is the oldest organization in the country dedicated to the presentation and preservation of Chinese American history. Since 1963, CHSA has strived to be a responsible steward of the remarkable narrative of the Chinese American community through education, exhibitions, and programming.
About Cut Fruit Collective
Cut Fruit Collective is a SF Bay Area grassroots group creating art for AAPI community care. Originally known as Save Our Chinatowns, they are driven by art, community, and shared love of food. Their vision is for the existence of a colorful future where all AAPI communities thrive and feel seen, heard, and celebrated. Their work involves empowering AAPI communities, activists, and small businesses through art. Cut Fruit Collective is a fiscally-sponsored program of nonprofit Possibility Labs.