Owning It Part II Exhibit

The current six-month exhibit is titled Owning It Part II and showcases artwork from three local Vietnamese and Vietnamese American artists. The exhibit explores how artists have owned their perspective, identity, and power in the face of xenophobia, hate, and racism. This exhibition features three local artists of Vietnamese descent.
Learn more about the artists and their work here:
English & Vietnamese

Upcoming Call for Art

Are you interested in showcasing your art at the Little Saigon Creative? The next exhibit will launch in Spring 2022. Stay tuned for the next call for art.

General Selection Criteria

The selection of the art will be a community process and will go through a selection committee. The community selection committee will consist of a diverse panel of community members from various art and community backgrounds. Below are some of the selection criteria:
Artistic excellence: Mastery of skills and techniques, communication of unique vision or perspective, approaches to process and presentation.


Collaborative experience: Experience working in a collaborative environment or demonstrated willingness to work in a collaborative/community environment.


Experience with the Vietnamese American and/or Asian Pacific American communities: Experiences working with the Vietnamese American community or with the Asian Pacific American Communities along with understanding the identity, challenges, and culture.


Familiarity with Vietnamese communities in Seattle: Is the artist familiar with the Vietnamese community in Seattle? Is the artist familiar with the Little Saigon area?


Representation: Does the artist and artwork represent a notion or idea valued by sectors of the Vietnamese American community? Is the artist a representative of the community? Does the artist represent a voice for underrepresented communities?