Much Gratitude and Appreciation to our 2014 Donors and Funders!
We are deeply grateful for all of the generosity and support from the following individuals and organizations in 2014! Alson & JoAnn Lee, Carl & Jackie Jew, Connie Young Yu, Cynthia Joe, David Dea, Derek Lang, Dora Ng, Fred & Carolyn Hee, Heidi & Anthony Wong, Jeanette & Low Chan, Jennifer & Steve Gillette, Jill […]
The Making of “The Escape” & “Rescued Memories” 3/8/14, 1pm, & “Stories In Motion” Workshop 11am!
In recognition of International Women’s Day and Women’s History Month, join Lenora Lee, members of her collaborating team – Francis Wong and Raymond Fong, along with Cindy Liou, staff attorney and coordinator of the Human Trafficking Project at Asian Pacific Islander Legal Outreach as they share about the artistic process, the stories, themes and issues […]
“Performing Art in the Digital Age” at Stanford University 2/11/14, 12pm
Join the Stanford University Institute for Diversity in the Arts for an artist talk with acclaimed Bay Area artists: dancer/choreographer Lenora Lee, musician/composer Francis Wong, and videographer Eric Koziol. Having recently collaborated on “The Escape” and “Rescued Memories: NY Stories”, both multidisciplinary works recently presented at the de Young Museum, the artists will discuss their […]
Women’s Media Center Podcast 12/14/13 on CBS radio!
Saturday, 14 December 2013 Women’s Media Center Live with Robin Morgan #63: Lenora Lee, Katharine Morrison, Rachel Moran. (Original Airdate: 12/14/2013) Robin on the women behind Mandela’s greatness. Guests: Katharine Morrison, founder of the first full-service women’s health facility—a birthing center and abortion clinic; Lenora Lee’s art about trafficked Chinese women; and Rachel Moran exposes […]
Film Screening of “The Escape” 12/17/13, 6pm at the Museum of Contemporary Art
In conjunction with Taiko Legacy 10 (at MCA Stage Dec 21–22), director Tatsu Aoki introduces his dance film created in collaboration with choreographer Lenora Lee. Shot on location, including at Donaldina Cameron House in Chinatown, San Francisco, The Escape conjures Cameron House’s start in 1874 as the Mission Home for Girls. Until the 1930s Cameron […]