AAI Annual Block Party

People gathering at booths at AAI's Block Party, making flower assortments

On Saturday, October 7, Asian Arts Initiative's annual Block Party will take place at Matthias Baldwin Park, to celebrate the launch of the Invasive Species installations this fall and to bring together members of the neighboring communities. The Block Party will be an opportunity for the public to meet the lead artists, and to enjoy music, poetry, dance offerings, with local food and drinks. Join us! RSVP to the event here


We are calling for vendors and volunteers for the Block Party! Please fill out the Vendor Application Form or contact elle@tabbmgt.com for more information about volunteering. 


Asian Arts Initiative is pleased to present Invasive Species: Eco/Systems Land Based Initiatives, a series of projects and events that are the culmination of the two-year collaboration with Dr. Ashley Gripper (of Land Based Jawns) and Sonia Galiber (of Soil Generation), with Eto Otitigbe and eo Studio as the artistic director and production partner. The presentations in Fall 2023 will include an Outdoor Exhibition, Gallery Exhibition, Performances, AAI Block Party Community Day, and Workshops. 

For information on the Invasive Species project, please visit here


Invasive Species: Eco/Systems Land Based Initiatives is funded by:
Our Town Grant of the National Endowment for the Arts
William Penn Foundation
PNC Arts Alive

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