This Week at Pacific Asia Museum: April 15-21

IMG_1597We’re trying a little something new– a weekly post to make sure you know what’s coming up at Pacific Asia Museum! Make sure to check back every Monday to stay in the know. And as always, you can sign up for our e-newsletter at the bottom of our homepage, or check out our full events calendar here.

Exhibition OpeningTakashi Tomo-oka opens on Friday, April 19. Don’t miss this stunning exhibition of contemporary photography mounted in a traditional scroll format. Watch for a blog post later this week with more details on this exhibition.

Dyeing Workshop: In the last of a three-part workshop series, Setsuko Hayashi teaches students to create projects using stenciling techniques on Sunday, April 21. Each class is $35 for members, $45 for non-members. Fee includes all materials. Advance registration required, call 626-449-2742 x 31.

Authors on Asia: Nancy Pine will discuss and sign Educating Young Giants: What Kids Learn (And Don’t Learn) in China and America also on Sunday, April 21 at 2 p.m. revealing how antiquated teaching methods and ineffectual reform efforts have left youth in the U.S. and China ill-equipped for the modern global economy. Books available for purchase and signing. RSVP (626) 449-2742 x 20.

Our ongoing classes also continue, including Chinese brush painting and calligraphy, Hawaiian music, tai chi and yoga.


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