The Asian American Arts Centre (AAAC) moved from Chinatown a skip away to the Lower East Side.
AAAC is still located just above Delancey Street near the entrance to the Williamsburg Bridge.
AAAC founded in 1974, engages with artists, students, organizations, & diverse community groups to enable the creative encounter, actualization, and preservation of their knowledge & visions through the arts. In this way the continuum of cultural values & artistic traditions, particularly those of Asia & the West, as they engage each other in local & community arenas, find vitality & renewal.
Also their online services/activities are more active now - the Blog and Facebook, both can be accessed from www.artspiral.org
The AAAC expects to be doing more with Occupy Wall Street, look for it, coming soon.
Of those artists online at www.artasiamerica.org a good selection of their artwork can be seen in large format.
They have a large archive of Asian American Art that is available to the public. FYI you need to make an appointment for this but Robert is always more than helpful.
ASIAN AMERICAN ARTS CENTRE
111 Norfolk St 1st floor
New York, NY 10002
212 233 2154