matcha: shamanism, august 23

San Francisco friends, the Asian Art Museum invites you to the latest edition of MATCHA, their monthly after-hours art/music mixer event. This month, how about spending a little time consorting with the afterlife? It's happening Thursday, August 23 at the Asian Art Museum. Want to win some free passes? See below for more details:

MATCHA: Shamanism
Asian Art Museum
Thursday, July 26, 5-9 pm
$10 (includes entry to Phantoms of Asia)

How do we interact with the afterlife? Special guest Dohee Lee -- currently an artist in residence at the Headlands Center for the Arts -- will perform excerpts from Mago, a blend of installation, music, dance, and animation with Korean art and shamanism (when a person acts as an intermediary between humans and spirits). Vin Sol will provide the music (including a custom mix for the evening), and cash bars will provide the libations. This will also be your last chance to see our contemporary art exhibition Phantoms of Asia that explores spirituality, nature, and the cosmos. It closes September 2.
Want to win free tickets to MATCHA? The Asian Art Museum is giving away pair of passes to one lucky, randomly drawn winner. All you have to do is email jyin@asianart.org by noon on Wednesday, August 22 with your name and phone number, and the subject line "I want to see Phantoms before it closes." You'll be contacted if you win.

For further information about the next MATCHA event, go here or check out the Facebook event here. For more information about the Phantoms of Asia exhibit, which runs through September 2, go to the Asian Art Museum website here.

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