Thu, May 27 | Online Interactive Workshop

ReFresh & ReFrame: Nurturing Yourself through Anti-Racist Artistic Practice with Chinchin Hsu & Mitzi Ulloa

Nurture yourself and your commitment to anti-racist practices with artists Mitzi Ulloa and Chinchin Hsu who will co-facilitate an art-making activity incorporating elements of visual art and movement.
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ReFresh & ReFrame: Nurturing Yourself through Anti-Racist Artistic Practice with Chinchin Hsu & Mitzi Ulloa

Time & Location

May 27, 5:00 PM – 6:00 PM PDT
Online Interactive Workshop

About the Event

Thursday May 27 | 5:00PM - 6:00PM

Nurturing Yourself through Anti-Racist Artistic Practice with Chinchin Hsu & Mitzi Ulloa

As educators and school staff who continue to hold space for our students through the pandemic, carving space for creativity is a way for us to nurture oneself. Mitzi Ulloa and Chinchin Hsu will co-facilitate an art-making activity incorporating elements of visual art and movement centering Performing Arts Workshop’s Anti-racism Framework in a healing and grounding practice.

About Chinchin

Chinchin Hsu, a native of Kaohsiung, Taiwan. She has trained in ballet, modern, contemporary, Chinese Martial Art, Tai-chi, improvisation and composition. She graduated from New World School of the Arts and received her BFA in dance from University of Florida. In 2008, Chinchin moved to San Francisco and has danced with ODC, Anne Bluethenthal and Dancers, Tanya Bello's, Lenora Lee’s Asian Improv and Margaret Jenkins Dance Company. Chinchin joined Performing Arts Workshop in 2008. Chinchin teaches creative movement and serves as Lead Core Artist Mentor at Performing Arts Workshop. Chinchin was awarded Izzie Award 2018-2019 - Outstanding Achievement in Performance.

About Mitzi

I was born in a seaport town located in the Los Angeles harbor (Tongva Land), raised in Turlock (Yokuts Valley) and migrated to San Francisco (Ramaytush Ohlone ) as a young adult. I am the oldest of eight siblings and a proud daughter of Immigrants. I am the first in my family to attend college and graduate with a Master’s Degree in Education. Presently, I am a Visual and Performing Arts Teacher with SFUSD and I am part of the PULSE (Peers United for Leadership Service & Equity) Pathway at Balboa High School. I currently dance with the Arenas Dance Company and continue to study various art mediums from amazing artists in the Bay Area, Caribbean and Latin America. I LOVE to CREATE, PLAY and BUILD CommUNITY through Dance and Art.

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