Translation Through Art Exhibition
“Translation through Art”. This exhibition will feature work by Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) artists based in the DMV area, in the first floor galleries at the Mansion at Strathmore, to celebrate AAPI heritage month in May of 2024.  DC – Baltimore based artist Emon Surakitkoson will be curating the exhibition with the support of the Strathmore Mansion. The goal of this show is to highlight AAPI artists in the DMV area, providing the artists with a platform to showcase their work and share their stories, and an opportunity to gain increased visibility and clients for their practices. We hope this show can offer an opportunity for participating artists and visitors alike to build community, start new conversations, learn from one another, and find moments of connection, healing, levity, and growth.
– Exhibition Dates: May 14 – July 27 2024 (Strathmore is closed on Sundays – Mondays)
Opening Reception / *Live performance: Friday, May 17 2024 at 7pm 
Strathmore Mansion, 10701 Rockville Pike
North Bethesda, MD 20852
*Traditional Thai Dance and Music by
*Digital poster by : Shyama Kuver
Kim Sandara -Lao/Vietnamese
Yerkezhan Abuova -Kazakh American (Kazakhstan)
Dona Teare -Korean
Alyse Radenovic -Chinese & Jewish American
Jean Kim -Korean American
Anthony Le -Vietnamese
Samantha Van Heest  -Central Asian-American/ Kyrgyz, Uighur, White
Rafa Saleh -Indonesian American
Amelie Wang -Chinese American
Shanye Huang -Chinese American
Hazel Paik -Korean
Yoshika Greene -Japanese American
Kanchan Balsé -Indian American
Huaqi Liu -Chinese
Tom Kim -Korean American
Khin -Myanmar/Burmese
Ameena Fareeda -Indian American
Genie Ghim -Korean American
Gage Branda -Filipino
Tae Hwang -Korean American
Heejo Kim -Korean
Shyama Kuver -IndoFijian American
Saheli Khastagir -South Asian
Shani Shih -Taiwanese American
Nam Ko -Chinese
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