Made in Chinatown 心繫華埠

made in chinatown


Exhibition dates: February 6 – March 22, 2020
Exhibit Hours: Thursdays – Sundays, 11 am – 4 pm
41 Ross Alley, San Francisco 94108
Opening Reception: February 6, 4-7 pm

展覽日期: 2/6 – 3/22
星期四至星期日,上午11 時至下午4 時
三藩市華埠舊呂宋巷41號
開幕: 2月6日,星期二,晚上4時至7時

Developed by Chinatown Community Development Center (CCDC), Made in Chinatown心繫華埠 showcases the role that Chinatown’s local businesses, with their unique products, play for shoppers in their daily lives and on special occasions. Artists Vida K 鄺楚瑩and Kelly Ma 馬慧欣illustrations that tell three shoppers’ journeys through the many stores and how they create foods and experiences for their families.

San Francisco Chinatown’s many businesses provide shoppers with a wide variety of fresh, affordable, and hard-to-find items and ingredients. Many of these products are still made on site in the neighborhood – from Chinese sausages to silky tofu, from printed wedding invitations to custom dresses. Chinatown continues to be a destination for Chinese Americans hoping to maintain and rediscover their cultural heritage and create lasting memories amongst their family and friends.

Made in Chinatown will be on view from Thursday, February 6 through Sunday, March 22, 2020. This exhibit is in association with Spotlight Chinatown, a neighborhood marketing program supported in part by the San Francisco Office of Economic and Workforce Development (OEWD) and San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA).

華協中心在舊呂宋巷41號的新展覽,「心繫華埠」展示華埠當地商店如何用他們獨特的商品在顧客的每日生活和特殊節日裡扮演重要的角色。畫家鄺楚瑩和馬慧欣的插畫將描述三位顧客穿過許多商店的旅程和他們如何為他們的家庭烹飪料理和製造經歷。

許多三藩市華埠的商店都會為客戶提供多種新鮮,便宜,和鮮有的物品或原料。多數產品都是當地製作的-從臘腸到滑豆腐,從印刷婚禮邀請函到訂製禮服。對於許多美國華裔而言,他們希望在華埠維持和重拾他們的傳統文化,以及創造與家人朋友之間的永恆回憶。

「心繫華埠」將從周四,1月30日展覽到星期日,2020年3月22日。該展覽與Spotlight Chinatown聯合製作,一個獲得三藩市經濟及勞動力發展辦公室(OEWD)和三藩市交通局(MTA)支持的社區經濟發展項目。這次舊呂宋巷41號畫展是由美國克雷奇基金會和地方創業支持聯盟慷慨贊助。

made in chinatown


made in chinatown


made in chinatown


 
 
 
 

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