I’m heading to a “pop-up museum” on Santa Cruz’s multiple Chinatowns today, sponsored by the Santa Cruz Museum of Art & History. It’ll be located in the parking lot of the Comerica bank on Front St. (across from Bookshop SC) in Santa Cruz, noon to 2pm.
One of the curators of the pop-up will be Geoffrey Dunn, author of Santa Cruz is in the Heart (and yes, I believe the title is a reference to Carlos Bulosan’s novel about Filipino laborers, America is in the Heart), and producer of Dollar a Day, Ten Cents a Dance, a film about Filipino farmworkers in Santa Cruz County. I’m hoping to get some tips on holding pop-ups for the Salinas Chinatown Museum & Cultural Center Project. For more information on the Santa Cruz pop-up event, look HERE.
* Santa Cruz is in the Heart, and immersive exhibition, at the Santa Cruz Museum of Art & History, now open until Nov. 24, 2013.
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