APICC x Sunday Streets Showcase

Sunday, June 23
1:00–4:00 pm
at Golden Gate Avenue cross Jones and Hyde Streets, San Francisco, CA 94102 (map)

The Asian Pacific Islander Cultural Center (APICC) is partnering with Sunday Streets and Liveable City to host the APICC x Sunday Streets Showcase at Sunday Streets Tenderloin. Join us for an afternoon of performances and activations along two car-free city blocks for the whole community to enjoy!

Featured APICC artists will include:


dNaga Dance Co. is based in Oakland, CA and was founded in 2001 by Claudine Naganuma. The company has performed within the United States, China, Japan, and Spain. With members residing in New York & California, our work employs art as a tool for healing. 

Johnny Huy Nguyễn is a Viet-American dance artist and son of refugees. His works excavate memory, possibility, and healing into the present while examining themes of inheritance, masculinity, and becoming. He is a 2023 USAAF Featured Artist, 2022 Isadora Duncan Awardee, 2022 500 Capp Street Resident Artist, and 2019 APAture Featured Artist.

Shikha Malaviya, Maw Shein Win, and Preeti Vangani are practicing poets, mentors and teachers in the SF Bay area with several years of experience and publication credits. Their combined work encompasses issues of identity, migration, loss, and memory among other things and can be found online and in bookstores.

Sun Park is a visual artist, writer, and more recently, a stand-up comedian, based in San Francisco. Park holds an MFA from SFSU, was a fellow at Kearny Street Workshop’s Interdisciplinary Writer’s Fellowship, is a member of the Dong Ji Collective, and has presented work at SFAC Main Gallery, /room/ (slash), and Southern Exposure, among others.

Swetha Prabakaran Productions & Nirmathi partnered to create “The Panchakanyas Project”. Combining Eastern & Western musical traditions with pan-South Asian dance traditions, this multidisciplinary artistic collaboration spotlights the underappreciated strength and grace of South Asian women through history–both on the stage and the silver screen.

Please select a performance

This event is free and open to the public. Advance registration is strongly encouraged.

Accessibility Note: ASL interpretation will be provided.


This program is presented by the Asian Pacific Islander Cultural Center as part of the 27th United States of Asian America Festival (USAAF).

Ticketing System provided by Arts People