Installations

Échame Aguas

Échame Aguas

  Saturday, March 11, 2017 – Sunday, April 30, 2017 Galería de la Raza presents Échame Aguas, an exhibition that centers water as the source of all life. We examine water through various lenses, as it connects to the political, spiritual and physical realms within our society. We use the phrase “échame aguas” which translates […]


Lunada ~ Fall 2016 Season

Lunada ~ Fall 2016 Season

Lunada ~ Fall 2016 Season Spoken Word * Música * Open Mic Tuesday, December 13, 2016 | 7:30 pm Featuring Rio Yañez‘s Night Time on the Internet, Norm Mattox‘s debut chapbook Get Home Safe! Poems for Crossing the Community Grid, and a report back from Standing Rock with images and stories by Cece Carpio and Nancy Pili. […]


Estamos contra el muro | We Are Against the Wall

Estamos contra el muro | We Are Against the Wall

A PROJECT WITH SITA KURATOMI BHAUMIK September 9 – October 15, 2016 Gallery Hours: Tuesday – Saturday, 12:00 – 6:00 PM Southern Exposure presents Estamos contra el muro | We Are Against the Wall, an exhibition by Sita Kuratomi Bhaumik in collaboration with Piñatas Las Morenitas Martínez, Little Piñata Maker, Cece Carpio (Trust Your Struggle), […]


Ba-e Makiling

Ba-e Makiling

Kularts newest dance theater production, choreographed by master Philippine dance choreographer Jay Loyola and original music score by renowned musician and composer Florante Aguilar, Ba-e Makiling is a 1 hour, 15-minute dance theater production inspired by Philippine myths and native spirituality. The new dance work will explore the story of the deity Ba-e Makiling, guardian […]


Sagan Kotturan Chamoru

It was an amazing honor to have painted for the Pacific Arts and Culture Festival 2016 at Sagan Kotturan Chamoru, or the Chamoru Cultural Center.  So much inspiration to bring back with me to last me a lifetime. Sagan Kotturan Chamoru is a community based, volunteer supported Chamoru cultural center focused on promoting, perpetuating  and […]


When She Rises

When She Rises

Opening Reception :: Saturday, March 12, 2016, 8pm-11pm with DJ Leydis on the ones and twos. FREE On View: March 12, 2016 – May 14, 2016 In partnership with the Trust Your Struggle Collective and Galería De La Raza, Studio Grand is pleased to present When She Rises, an exhibit dedicated to the resilience of […]


West Oakland Youth Center

West Oakland Youth Center

The History of West Oakland Youth Center The West Oakland Youth Center, has been in the making since 2003, when West Oakland community members expressed their neighborhood’s need for a place dedicated to young people. Community advocates have come together to convert a former church into the West Oakland Youth Center. In 2005, the city […]


17th annual Dia de los Muertos Festival at Hollywood Forever

17th annual Dia de los Muertos Festival at Hollywood Forever

Hollywood Forever Cemetery is proud to present the 17th annual Dia de los Muertos festival: THE TREE OF LIFE – EL ÁRBOL DE LA VIDA Health For All This weekend’s festival includes an altar honoring the lives of undocumented immigrants who’ve lost their lives because, like more than one million Californians, they lacked access to […]


Of Love and Riots

Of Love and Riots

In a time of a riot, artist collective, Trust Your Struggle, installs reflections of love at the city capital of California. Of Love & Riots July 11- September 8, 2015 Gallery Hours: Tu, Weds, Th 2-5pm and by appointment only. Location: SolCollective Gallery 2574 21st Street, Sacramento, CA 95818 Special Events (free and open to […]


International Women Working Day

International Women Working Day

A compilation of portraits of women I have met across the globe fighting for a more dignified existence.  Today and everyday, we honor and celebrate all of us for  International Women Working Day.


West Oakland Youth Center

West Oakland Youth Center

The History of West Oakland Youth Center The West Oakland Youth Center, has been in the making since 2003, when West Oakland community members expressed their neighborhood’s need for a place dedicated to young people. Community advocates have come together to convert a former church into the West Oakland Youth Center. In 2005, the city […]


The Jacket Show 2

The Jacket Show 2

Keeping the art and culture of graffiti alive and firmly rooted,TDK/TMC Family does it again… TDK presents: The Jacket Show 2 With one of a kind artwork from local graffiti artists and worldwide, DJs on the 1s and 2s, flows in the cypher, Bboys, Bgirls and live drums, this type of all ages event only comes once […]


Room for Big Ideas: The Chasm Arena

Room for Big Ideas: The Chasm Arena

Room for Big Ideas: The Chasm Arena Jan 24, 2014 – Apr 5, 2014 Yerba Buena Center for the Arts (YBCA) The transition into the 21st century has been marked by the rise of ubiquitous connectivity. The proliferation of new technologies and networks has enabled millions to create a series of new experiences mediated online […]


Kidlat Tahimik

Kidlat Tahimik

  A friendly tsunami. -Kidlat Tahimik September 20 – October 5, 2013 Reception: September 20, 2013 Time: 6-9pm luggage store gallery 1007 Market Street, San Francisco, CA 94103 Tel. 415. 255 5971 The Luggage Store Gallery is honored to present in Association with KULARTS ARTS, site specific work and films of KIDLAT TAHIMIK with CECE […]


Anguish and Enthusiasm

Anguish and Enthusiasm

Article/ Trust Your Struggle Fri 14 Jun 2013Stefanie Elrick speaks to Cece Carpio, Erin Yoshi, Miguel Perez and Shaun Burner of Oakland artist collective Trust Your Struggle… Trust Your Struggle is a fluctuating collective of artists, freedom fighters and social interpreters whose images tell stories as vivid as the medium they inhabit. In April 2013, […]


Kodakan: Pilipinos in the City

Kodakan: Pilipinos in the City

Inspired by images in the book Filipinos in San Francisco and from the San Francisco Historical Photograph Collection, Artists Wilfred Galila, Peggy Peralta and Cece Carpio, have taken a series of photographs and video images of the contemporary Pilipino community—both in posed and casual settings—to create a media project that explores changing expressions of Pilipino […]


Forgotten Stories, Remarkable Lives: Días de los Muertos 2012

Forgotten Stories, Remarkable Lives: Días de los Muertos 2012

  Forgotten Stories, Remarkable Lives: Días de los Muertos 2012  October 9–December 9, 2012 Every year during Days of the Dead, we honor loved ones that have passed away and we pay tribute to their lives. In 2012, OMCA celebrates the 18th annual Días de los Muertos exhibition, honoring the lives and stories of extraordinary […]


In Chaos, We Blossom

The Multicultural Community Center presents «In chaos, we blossom,” our 6th annual Week and 17th annual Night of Cultural Resistance theme. March 2-March 9, 2012 “In Chaos, We Blossom” celebrates rejuvenation and resilience, particularly through times of turbulence. As Amícar Cabral so aptly put, “Culture is the seed of opposition blossoming into the flower of […]


Halo-Halo Art Exhibit in University of Hawaii

Halo-Halo Art Exhibit in University of Hawaii

A Poet of Visual Metaphor For nearly fifty years Carlos Villa has explored the meaning of cultural diversity in his art and in doing so has expanded our awareness of what we consider as “multicultural.” What began in his early career as an attempt to understand his own heritage–a complexity of Filipino traditions with its […]


Love and Anarchy

Love and Anarchy

Ictus Gallery Presents “Love and Anarchy,” an art exhibition featuring works by Cece Carpio, Kira Curtis, Fernando Marti, and Jermaine Rogers. An installation of indoor graffiti mural art, posters, paintings and prints celebrating all things that deviate, defy and yet carry each other. July 23rd – Sept 1st 2011 Opening reception: Saturday July 23rd, 6pm – 10pm Closing […]


Bullets and Love: The Mannequin Art Show

Bullets and Love: The Mannequin Art Show

Freshthetic presents: Bullets & Love is is Fresthetic’s own mannequin show where artists customize mannequin torsos. Work on display are for sale. Hope you can join us Thursday, February 12th, 2009. From 7pm until 10pm, Food, Wine & Music will be available


On The Wall

On The Wall

On The Wall is the last exhibition of the year-long series, PICTURING IMMIGRATION,which included exhibitions and public events examining immigration from a variety of perspectives.