S02.E05 - Artists Honoring Women: Kathy Aoki, Alexandra Luong, and Isabella King
1 HOUR, 28 MINS
S02.E06 - In this episode, we share a conversation with DTSJ Artist Residents Kathy Aoki, Alexandra Luong, and Isabella King around their artistic process of honoring LGBTQ+ Advocate and Professor Wiggsy Sivertsen, Rock Star Phuong Tam, and LGBTQ+ Advocate Adrienne Keel. We also welcome special guests David Ma from Needle to the Groove and the writer of "Saigon But Not Forgotten," Adrienne Keel, Phuong Tam, and her daughter Hannah Ha who share their experiences in participating in the project as well their reactions and impact of being honored.
S02.E04 - Artists Honoring Women: Sofia Arredondo, Sukey Bryan, and Maylea Saito
1 HOUR, 27 MINS
S02.E04 - In this episode, we share a conversation with DTSJ Artist Residents Sofia Arredondo, Sukey Bryan, and Maylea Saito around their artistic process of honoring the women who have made a difference within personal and artistic life as well as their communities. Join us as we talk about these honorees' legacies and how all three connect with each other in the arts from philanthropy, arts education, community organizing, and self-expression. For the Womanhood DTSJ Artist Residency, Sofia Arredondo honors Carmen Castellano, Sukey Bryan honors Susan V. Cashion, and Maylea Saito honors Gabrielle Antolovich.
S02.E03 - Artists Honoring Women: Elba Raquel and Yolanda Guerra
1 HOUR, 46 MINUTES
S02.E03 - In this episode, we share a conversation with DTSJ Artist Residents Elba Raquel and Yolanda Guerra around their journey of redefining feminism and womanhood through their art and craft. Join us as we talk about "women's issues" as human rights issues; deconstructing gender roles and expression; the challenges, joys, humor, and politics around vulvas; and honoring everyday and ordinary women who are doing extraordinary things. For the Womanhood DTSJ Artist Residency, Elba Raquel honors Recovery Cafe Executive Director Kathy Córdova and the Honorable LaDoris Cordell while Yolanda Guerra honors community organizers and poets Sofía Mendoza and Lorna Dee Cervantes. You can view their public art window installation in Downtown San Jose at the corner of 1st and Paseo de San Antonio.
S02.E02 - Artists Honoring Women: Tamiko Rast
1 HOUR, 4 MINUTES
S02.E02 - Artist Tamiko Rast shares her art experiences in honoring culture, community, and the contemporary women of the arts for “Womanhood 2022.” Featured guests include Cherri Lakey, PJ Hirabayashi, Marie Millares, Janice Lobo Sapigao, and Sheehan Grant. In her window installation, Tamiko honors Arlene Biala, Janice Lobo Sapigao, PJ Hirabayashi, Ruth Tunstall Grant, Susan Hammer, Irene Dalis, Marie Millares, and Cherri Lakey. Visit her installation at the Hammer Theatre at 101 Paseo De San Antonio between 2nd and, N 3rd St, San Jose, CA 95113
S02.E01 - Artists Honoring Women: Dana Harris Seeger
54 MINUTES, 29 SECONDS
S02.E01 - Dana Harris Seeger is a printmaker, graphic designer, and one of Womanhood's DTSJ Artist Residents. Learn about Dana's process and inspiration behind her temporary public art installation "Deeds, not Words," honoring Sarah Massey Overton, Elizabeth Boyer, Clara Shortridge Foltz, and Sarah Knox Goodrich for their contributions in bringing equity to San José.
Artists Honoring Women: Judith F. Baca
1 HOUR, 5 MINUTES
What does recognition in public art look like as we reconsider issues of representation and cultural equity? For the Episode 5 of Artists Honoring Women artist talk, we feature Dr. Judith F. Baca and her involvement in creating The Arch of Dignity, Equality, and Justice which is located at San José State University.
Community Conversations: Recognizing Women Through Public Art + Policy
57 MINUTES, 25 SECONDS
Join NUMU's Executive Director Ami Davis and Education Programs Manager Michèle Jubilee in Community Conversation with Amanda Rawson and Quynh-Mai Nguyen of the Womanhood Project and Julie Ramirez, Interim Director of County of Santa Clara Office of Women's Policy. Inspired by the themes present in Sawyer Rose’s exhibition, we explore the role of public art and policymaking in recognizing the labor and legacies of women’s work and how we hold space for women as institutions, individuals, and collectives.
Artists Honoring Women: Rosie The Riveter Memorial
1 hour, 16 minutes
What does recognition in public art look like as we reconsider issues of representation and cultural equity? Episode 1 of the Artists Honoring Women artist talk series features Cheryl Barton and Susan Schwartzenberg and their experience of building the Rosie the Riveter Memorial in Richmond, CA.
Mapping Women's History
1 hour, 15 minutes
The year 2020 created obstacles preventing people from coming together. From teachers and students trying to normalize the online classroom learning environment; musicians, producers and presenters using live streaming platforms to present events and programs; to arts and community-based organizations using their facilities to operate food box distribution, COVID testing, and vaccination sites. These are a few ways in which different sectors have adapted and engaged with their communities to remain accessible and in service to them during the global pandemic.
Artists Honoring Women: Rene Yung, Chinese Whispers
1 hour, 31 minutes
What does recognition in public art look like as we reconsider issues of representation and cultural equity? Episode 2 of the Artists Honoring Women artist talk series features Artistic and Executive Director Rene Yung of Chinese Whispers and her work in commemorating the Chinese Pioneers of the American West.
Artists Honoring Women ft. Na Omi Judy Shintani
1 hour, 24 minutes long
What does recognition in public art look like as we reconsider issues of representation and cultural equity? Episode 3 of the Artists Honoring Women artist talk series features Na Omi Judy Shintani, The Narrator of Culture.