Michael Arcega

Image above, TNT Traysikel

TNT Traysikel is a mobile sculpture and a site for joyous singing (TNT SideCaraoke), collecting narratives for the purpose of archiving, uplifting and broadcasting the Filipinx American contributions and achievements through a forthcoming documentary series (TNT in America)-Funded by SFAC.
It is a collaborative project by Michael Arcega and Paolo Asuncion, hand-painted by Michelle “Meng” Nguyen.

ONGOING EXHIBITIONS
Through August 27-- The Apple Doesn't Fall Far From the Tree: Artist Parents and Their Children, Together, Eleanor Harwood Gallery, San Francisco, CA
Through August 28-- Exchange the Experience, Round Weather Gallery, Oakland, CA
Through October 17-- Reclaimed: The Art of Recology, Bedford Gallery, Walnut Creek, CA
Permanent-- Wildflowers, Bloom! San Pablo Park, Berkeley, CA
Permanent-- Auspicious Clouds/Heavy Fog, San Francisco Chinatown, CA

UPCOMING TNT SideCaraoke EVENTS
August 22 (4-8pm)-- St. Joseph’s Art Society, San Francisco, CA
August 28 & 29 (11am-4pm)-- SFMOMA, San Francisco, CA
September 12 (4-8pm)-- St. Joseph’s Art Society, San Francisco, CA
October 3 (4-8pm)-- St. Joseph’s Art Society, San Francisco, CA
October 17 (4-8pm)-- St. Joseph’s Art Society, San Francisco, CA
Artists in Residence through October 2021 at St. Joseph’s Art Society, San Francisco, CA