Opening Friday, March 22nd, from 6PM - 9PM
Join us for HANA’s first spring art and storytelling fundraiser! Come together to connect through our shared stories and experiences. The event will include: art, storytelling, open bar, pan asian food, and raffle prizes.
We are so excited for a powerful program lineup that includes:
Amazing visual art, featuring thought-provoking, mixed-media pieces that examine the intersections of immigration, citizenship, race, ethnicity, identity and resistance by artists Aram Han Sifuentes, Ying Ming Tu, Emily Jungmin Yoon, Sooyun Jung, and HANA Center’s own Bo Thai.
Storytelling, spoken word, and performances by Chloe Chen, Marissa Lichwick-Glesne, Hannah Lea Doruelo, and HANA’s Center’s Glo H. Choi, Tuvy Truong, and Yoshi Haque.
And we have some amazing raffle prizes, including:
– One Year Dual Membership at Gene Siskel Film Center
– One-month unlimited yoga at Core Power Yoga
– Whiskey Tasting for 2 and for 4 at Koval
– Beautiful artwork donated by Allen Majors
Proceeds will directly support HANA’s efforts to provide critical social services and powerful community organizing for Chicago’s Korean American, immigrant, and multi-ethnic communities!
200 W Madison Street, 9th floor
Limited space, reserve your ticket today:
Early-bird tickets are available now for $50
Tickets will be $65 at the door
Thank you to Prak Sis for donating the space for this event!
Thank you to our sponsor Wintrust Bank Chicago!
We appreciate our wonderful Host Committee:
Andy Kim, Becky Belcore, Bo Thai, Brian Park, Choua Vue, Crystal Kang Ahn, Danae Kovac, Deborah Hwang, Hina Mahmood, Lia Hyun Ji Kim, Jaye Hobart, Jimmy Byrne, Lily Kim, Mia Park, Miyeon Kwon, Peter Kim, Robin Kim, Steve Jang and Yujin Maeng