This Week at Pacific Asia Museum: June 10-16

This Week at Pacific Asia Museum

We’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.

Sing a Song of Shakespeare: Opera Pasadena returns to Pacific Asia Museum on Sunday, June 16 at 2:30 for an afternoon of songs from within the Bard’s plays, as well as scenes from operas inspired by his works. $15, includes museum admission.

Learn: Saturdays at Pacific Asia Museum are full of great ongoing classes, including Tai Chi, Chinese Brushpainting and Chinese Calligraphy. Tai Chi is $10 per class, and while Brushpainting and Calligraphy are taught in series, potential students are welcome to observe a class before enrolling.

Coming Up: On June 23, Dennis George Crow gives an illustrated talk on his book Old Shanghai’s Bund: Rare Images from the 19th CenturyDon’t miss the chance to learn how a small treaty port transformed into one of Shanghai’s most famous landmarks through these fascinating images.

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