Yasuyo Tanaka at Sanitary Tortilla Factory

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EFA RBPMW Instructor, Yasuyo Tanaka’s work and her project portfolio “under this sky: Manhattan Project” with participants’ book contents, is currently exhibiting at “Black Hole/Atomic City” curated by Barbara Grothus, at Sanitary Tortilla Factory in Albuquerque.

Yasuyo Tanaka featured in Kyodo News

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The article on EFA RBPMW 20/20 Gallery’s Exhibition "If the Wind Blows" by Kyodo News features EFA RBPMW Instructor Yasuyo Tanaka.

Yasuyo Tanaka at Asian American Arts Alliance

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EFA RBPMW Instructor Yasuyo Tanaka is part of the panel discussion about "Art, Environment, and Justice in a Changing World,” by the Asian American Arts Alliance on May 1 at 6:30-8:30 in Brooklyn.

Ayana Evans Featured on Frieze's Editors' Pick

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EFA RBPMW SIP Fellow Ayana Evans’ “My Colonial Get-Away, Fu** It, I Ain’t Budgin’” at NADA House is featured as one of Frieze’s Editors Pick.

Andrea Burgay

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Andrea Burgay released Cut Me Up, a participatory magazine of visual call and response, published through Specious Arts. Each issue presents a “call”—a curated selection of original collage images that will become raw material for reader-artists to “respond” by cutting, reconfiguring, and transforming them into new artworks.

Yasuyo Tanaka

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Yasuyo Tanaka, a New York-based artist and environmentalist, talks about decontamination of radiation in the disaster areas in Fukushima and show her photographs on March 10, 2017 at the Goddard Riverside Center in Manhattan.