NARM Quarterly Summer 2019 - Page 4

The Lynda Fairly Carpinteria Arts Center

Carpinteria, California

805-684-7789

carpinteriaartscenter.org

The Lynda Fairly Carpinteria Arts Center is a community arts center with a gallery featuring local and regional artists, workshops, classes, concerts, kids camp, films, art in public places and more.

International House Davis

Davis, California

530-753-5007

internationalhousedavis.org

International House Davis (I-House) connects people, experiences, and perspectives within a global framework. We strive to provide meaningful engagement with our region’s diverse communities and the broader world through collaborative programs that are inclusive and accessible. Founded in 1981, I-House is an independent 501(c)3.

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San Francisco, California

415-391-1188

chsa.org

The Chinese Historical Society of America (CHSA) is the oldest organization in the country dedicated to the interpretation, promotion, and preservation of the social, cultural and political history, and contributions of the Chinese in America.

Chinese Historical Society of America

Palos Verdes Art Center

Beverly G. Alpay Center for Arts Education

Rancho Palos Verdes, California

310-541-2479

pvartcenter.org

Palos Verdes Art Center / Beverly G. Alpay Center for Arts Education, a nonprofit community visual arts school and gallery, inspires individuals to create, appreciate and celebrate art. Since it was founded in 1931, PVAC’s exhibition, education, and outreach programs have made the visual arts available, accessible and affordable.

Through programming collaborations with other community groups and historians, CHSA facilitates sharing of stories, experiences, and research. CHSA offers tours of the Museum and the surrounding Chinatown community for a nominal fee. The annual program varies and typically includes film screenings, performance art, book talks, presentations, guided workshops, panel discussions, and so much more. CHSA's San Francisco home is also the largest artifact in our permanent collection, the historic Chinatown YWCA building designed by trailblazer architect Julia Morgan in 1931.