Interview with Trami Nguyen Cron, Executive Artistic Director of Chopsticks Alley Art. She identifies as Vietnamese American. She is an author and directs the hub, Chopsticks Alley Art, promoting Southeast Asian art and culture. Topics discussed inclue the work of the organization, the move to Downtown San Jose, her books, including VietnamEAZY: A Novel about Mothers, Daughters, and Food, the importance of representation in the arts for the Vietnamese communities, Tet, and extension to broader Southeast Asian audiences. As part of the Mosaic Atlas project, SJSU students and faculty from the Anthropology and Geography Departments interviewed people who support and produce art throughout the Bay Area.
Trami Nguyen Cron, Jackie Huynh, Nhu Dang, and Nicole Nguyen. "Mosaic Atlas: Interview with Trami Cron" Mosaic Atlas Interviews (2020).
Downtown Artistic Hubs San Jose ( SCL)
848 East William Street, San José, CA 95116
Downtown San José