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Artist Talk: Cultivating Community with Christine Wong Yap

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Artist Talk: Cultivating Community with Christine Wong Yap

Wednesday, May 15, 7-8pm

Oshman Hall, McMurtry Building

355 Roth Way, Stanford, CA 94305

Stanford Neighborhood Visiting Artist Christine Wong Yap will talk about recent hyperlocal participatory research projects that gather and amplify grassroots perspectives on belonging, resilience, and mental well-being.


Free and open to the public.

Free Neighborhood-inspired holographic sticker sheet to the first 50 attendees.


For disability-related accommodations or inquiries about accessibility, please contact Ellen Oh at at least one week in advance of the event.



Christine Wong Yap is a visual artist and social practitioner who works in community engagement, drawing, printmaking, publishing, and public art. She is the inaugural Neighborhood Visiting Artist at Stanford, building community and identity around the neighborhoods and a sense of connection and shared vision for residents. Currently, she has new works up at P L A C E: Reckonings by Asian American Artists co-curated by Montalvo Arts Center and the Institute of Contemporary Art San José.


Photo: Nicholas Bruno, Courtesy of California College of the Arts

Hosted by Residential Education and the Office of the Vice President for the Arts.