COLLABORATORS (past and present)

Bessie Carmichael Elementary School
Bessie Carmichael/Filipino Education Center is one of 72 elementary schools in the San Francisco Unified School District and the only public school in San Francisco’s South of Market area.


Epiphany Productions
Epiphany Productions sonic dance theater is a performing arts company that erases the traditional boundaries between dance, theater, and music and fuses together different themes in innovative and surprising ways to tell stories on the stage and in the street.


Galería de la Raza
Founded in 1970, the Galería is a non-profit community-based arts organization whose mission is to foster public awareness and appreciation of Chicano/Latino art and serve as a laboratory where artists can both explore contemporary issues in art, culture and civic society, and advance intercultural dialogue. To implement our mission, the Galería supports Latino artists in the visual, literary, media and performing art fields whose works explore new aesthetic possibilities for socially committed art.


People's Kitchen Collective
The People's Kitchen Collective (PKC) works at the intersection of art and activism as a food-centered political education project and cooperative business. 


Precita Eyes Muralists
As an inner city, community-based mural arts organization, Precita Eyes Muralists Association seeks to enrich and beautify urban environments and educate communities locally and internationally about the process and the history of public community mural art.


Shadow Light Theater
ShadowLight Productions was founded in 1972 by theatre artist/filmmaker/shadow master Larry Reed. The company’s mission is to expose the general public to the art of Shadow Theater.  The means of providing such exposure includes but is not limited to live theater, film, and other media.  We strive to help preserve indigenous shadow theater traditions, and to explore and expand the possibilities of the shadow theatre medium by creating innovative interdisciplinary, multicultural works.


Yerba Buena Center for the Arts was founded in 1993 out of an expressed need for an accessible, high-profile San Francisco venue devoted to contemporary visual art, performance, and film/video representing diverse cultural and artistic perspectives. Distinguished by its support for contemporary artists from around the world, YBCA is also recognized for the important role the organization plays in the San Francisco Bay Area arts ecology and in the community at large.