An Evening of Karaoke and Community Sing-Along (Rescheduled)
On-site at the museum
Sing along in the TNT Traysikel, a roaming art motorcycle-sidecar with built-in karaoke machine, created by artists Michael Arcega and Paolo Asuncion.
It’s a sing-along like no other. From oldies to recent classics to today’s new pop standards, jump into a roaming art motorcycle-sidecar with a built-in karaoke machine and show us what you’ve got. Emblazoned with symbols and markers of Filipino-ness, the TNT Traysikel is a tribute to San Francisco’s Filipino and Filipinx American community created by artists Michael Arcega and Paolo Asuncion. On view as part of the exhibition, Carlos Villa: Worlds in Collision, the Traysikel will rev its engine and make its way out of the gallery for this special sing-along event.
ABOUT THE ARTISTS
Michael Arcega is an interdisciplinary artist working primarily in sculpture and installation. His work has been exhibited nationally and internationally. He lives and works in San Francisco, California where he is an Associate Professor of Art at San Francisco State University.
Paolo Asuncion is an independent filmmaker who was immersed in the film industry from a very early age. His films have garnered awards in the New York, Lisbon, French Riviera, Toronto, and Tokyo motorcycle film festivals, and he is currently working on his first feature film. He lives and works in the San Francisco Bay Area.
Thursday Nights are supported by Wells Fargo.