Joy On Joice Street Fair and Festival

The Joy on Joice Street Fair hosted by the Chinese Historical Society of America Museum (CHSA), Cameron House, and Cut Fruit Collective looks to uplift Bay Area Asian American & Pacific Islander (AAPI) creativity, community, and culture. Join us as we hold space for reconnecting and building solidarity across generations and communities through local AAPI arts and crafts, retail, food, activities, entertainment, and joyfulness.

The street fair will take place during the first weekend of AAPI Heritage Month on Joice Street in San Francisco Chinatown, between Sacramento Street and Clay Street.

 

Vendors

Joy on Joice welcomes AAPI vendors from around the Bay Area and Northern California in an effort to support and amplify local businesses and small business owners, artists and artisans, and independent entrepreneurs. From jewelers to apparel, from candies to artwork, you’ll find an eclectic and inspiring mix of community-inspired passion intertwined with personal creativity.

 

 

Among the dozens of arts and crafts vendors on hand at Joy on Joice are:

Alphabet Soup Vintage
Buppydogs
MODOKOT
Bubblesort
Anastasia Yip
Ronin Decals
Anna Wong Design
Teaphile
Tiny Right Brain Designs
Popoki Ceramics
Made By Cas5
Made by Chanamon
Empire in the Air
The Bao Bae
Huang Pottery
Lucky Starfruit Co
Femme Flora Design
Two Thicc Asians
W House SF
Clay by the C
Shop Make It Cute
Caoculator
Felicia Liang
Gabbie Gallery
Lunaria Flower Farm
Generartive shop
The little forest ceramic shop
The Knotty Corgi
Baba’s House
Parents Are Human

 

 

Same Same Goods
Project Yellow Dress
The Ponnery
Kat in Knots
Sampaguita Press
CLUB CHAZU
Cultural Roots Nursery
woodymakesthings
LaanMao
Mariangela Le Thanh
Coralxpression
Mew Doodles
mjxl studio
hello murry illustrations
Menmin Made
RR Cabral Studio
Smooch
By Shawna Chan
Chi Hai’s Closet
Dream Fields Indigo
Mona Wang – Hami Melon Benevolent Association
LilAznLoser Ceramics
Rice Paper Scissors
Yay! It’s Vica
Homie SF
SketchBeetleArt
Chinese Cultural Center
Cut Fruit Collective

(Listed in no particular order)

 

Performers

Joy on Joice is an opportunity to showcase the diversity and talents from and within our AAPI community. From singers and musicians to performance artists, we are proud to help amplify their messages through their uplifting artistry.

The schedule of performers at Joy on Joice this year include:

  • DJ Microtone — performance DJ from Fault Radio

  • Caroline Chung, Citizens Jazz — jazz ensemble

  • BTB Drummers — five-piece Afro-Cuban drumming group led by Michael Zheng

  • Cameron House’s Dragon and Lion Dance team — led by Corey Chan

  • Line Dancing — led by Cameron House’s Dar Masamori and Grace Tom

Sponsors & Partners

Cut Fruit Collective

Cut Fruit Collective is a SF Bay Area grassroots group creating art for AAPI community care, driven by art, community, and shared love of food.

Among its goals are to:

  • Support AAPI artists
  • Amplify AAPI activists
  • Invest in vulnerable AAPI communities
  • Build coalitions across AAPI communities and beyond

Learn more about Cut Fruit Collective

 

Cameron House

Located in San Francisco Chinatown, Cameron House empowers generations of Chinese American individuals and their families to participate in and contribute positively toward a healthy society. Since 1874, Cameron House has had a unique place in the heart of San Francisco’s Chinatown serving the changing needs of generations of individuals and families in the community.

Learn more about Cameron House.

Event Info

Saturday, May 6, 2023,

11AM – 4PM

Joice Street between Clay Street and Sacramento Street, San Francisco Chinatown

 

Contact Us

Call: (415) 391-1188 x109
Email: info@chsa.org
Mon – Tues: Closed
Wed – Sun: 11 A.M. – 4 P.M.

Click here for directions

965 Clay Street
San Francisco, CA 94108
© 2022 Chinese Historical Society of America. 501(c)(3) Federal Tax ID#94-6122446