The Chinese American Museum of Chicago (CAMOC)’s Associate Board and People Matter have collaborated on an art installation exploring the relationship between food and the Chinese American family. The art installation will also raise awareness for the Museum’s upcoming exhibition Chinese Cuisine in America: Stories, Struggles and Successes, scheduled to open later this year. Please join us for the launch and support our upcoming exhibition! We hope to raise $500 and promote our 21st Benefit Dinner.
The Chinese American Museum of Chicago - Raymond B. & Jean T. Lee Center (CAMOC) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation located in Chicago, Illinois.
Our mission is to advance the appreciation of Chinese American culture through exhibitions, education, and research and to preserve the past, present, and future of Chinese Americans primarily in the Midwest.
The Museum building, formerly the Quong Yick Co., is located in Chicago's Chinatown, at 238 West 23rd Street, Chicago, IL 60616
1/2 block west of Wentworth Ave. and 3 blocks from the Chinatown station of the CTA's Red Line.