We Are Here: Art Auction 

Wednesday, November 3, 2021

5:30 PM

Chinese Culture Center
750 Kearny St, 3rd Fl, San Francisco, CA 94108


Join us for Chinese Culture Center's "We Are Here," a live art auction of physical art and digital NFTs (non-fungible tokens) to benefit "We the Future," a new initiative in 2022 that champions artists at the forefront of activism and social justice to build a more just and equitable future. 

Guests can start bidding on physical works on  October 20th and digital works on October 27, and will have the option to join in physically or virtually on the day of the event. 

Featured Artists: 

Heesoo Kwon

Bijun Liang

Gao Ling

Nicole Pun

Sofia Cordova

YiYing Lu

Chelsea Wong

Wesley Tongson

Whether you attend in-person or virtually   

Bid Boldly Bid Often Bid Digitally

Light refreshments will be served for in-person participants

The in-person program will also feature cellist Amos Yang and bassist Charles Chandler of the San Francisco Symphony who will perform classical duets during the event.

Register to attend

Browse, Bid & Buy


Unable to come in person?

You can attend virtually!

NFT auction powered by SuperRare

NFT creation verified by Wivity


The mission of the Chinese Culture Center of San Francisco (CCC) is dedicated to elevating underserved communities and giving voice to equality through education and contemporary art.  

Founded in 1965, CCC emerged from the Civil Rights Movement to be the art and culture anchor for San Francisco's Chinatown and the Asian American community in the city at-large. From its base in Chinatown, CCC creates spaces for contemporary artistic expressions, education, and creative engagement that build healthy communities and advance a plurality of Chinese diasporic voices.


CCC is dedicating our work to the recovery and rebuilding of the community. Through creative initiatives and highly collaborative engagement projects, which connect artists to the community as creative facilitators, narrative builders, and thought partners, CCC mobilizes contemporary artists to work side by side with neighborhood service organizations. This lays the groundwork for the community to move forward.

Your donation will uplift the diverse voices impacted by the crisis. Art is an essential part of our community and heritage, connecting us to one another, telling our history, and building cultural pathways for the next generation. Please consider donating to share our underserved communities' stories.




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Chinese Culture Center of San Francisco

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