May 28 – June 1, 2014 USC Pacific Asia Museum

May 27, 2014

Please check out our website for updated information.


EXHIBITIONS

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I Am Writing You Tomorrow: Penny Hes Yassour
Israel-based multimedia artist Penny Hes Yassour pays homage to Chinese ink painting and calligraphy through polymorphous networks formed by the artist’s spontaneous hand gestures.
Related Program
Friday, June 13 at 4 pm Art and Coffee 
Curatorial staff introduce and lead a discussion of I Am Writing You Tomorrow: Penny Hes Yassour in this series of informal Friday afternoon get-togethers. Coffee provided by Starbucks.

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The Other Side: Chinese and Mexican Immigration to America presents a collection of visual narratives about the Chinese and Mexican immigrant experiences.

A New Way Forward: Japanese Hanga of the 20th Century Our newest exhibition opened April 25. A New Way Forward: Japanese Hanga of the 20th Century presents examples of shin hanga and sosaku hanga woodblock prints side-by-side to highlight their shared aspects as well as their distinguishing characteristics.

 

 


New 12 week series begins
Hawaiian Music and More
Sunday, June 1 • 10:30 am – Noon

Learn how to play the ukulele or guitar and sing traditional songs in this 12-week series class open to musicians of all levels. Students must provide their own guitar or ukulele and those under age 15 must be accompanied by an adult. Space is limited. $160 members, $180 non-members.

Silk Road Storytime 
Saturday, June 7• 10:30 am

This month, we’re celebrating words!  Enjoy the calligraphy-inspired exhibition I Am Writing You Tomorrow: Penny Hes Yassour then join storyteller Sunny Stevenson for stories celebrating the beauty and importance of words, plus make a craft and enjoy a snack. Free and open to the public.


ONGOING  EVENTS (With the exception of the Museum Tour, all events have additional fees. For details, call Visitor Services at (626) 449-2742 ext. 0. or visit our website) 

Yoga Thursdays • 12:30 – 1:30 pm $10 per class or buy a series and save. Beginners welcome!

Tai ChiSaturdays • 8 – 9:30 am $10 per class; free to first time students. Beginners welcome!

Chinese Calligraphy Saturdays • 8:45 – 9:45 am Come in for a free observation of this six-week series class. $80 per person, $50 if also enrolled in Chinese Brush Painting.

Chinese Brush Painting Saturdays • 10 am – Noon Come in for a free observation of this six-week series class. $120 per person.

Museum Tour Saturdays • 1 – 1:30 pm Docent-led tour looks at the highlights of the museum’s collection.

Silk Road Storytime First Saturday of the month • 10:30 am

Haiku Third Saturday of the month • 2 pm

 

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May 7-11, 2014 USC Pacific Asia Museum

May 7, 2014

Please check out our website for updated information.

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Sunday is Mother’s Day, so after brunch, bring Mom to the museum! Relax in the courtyard, get her something special in the museum store and enjoy the exhibitions.


Ping SunPEKING OPERA
Thursday, May 8 at 3 pm

Visiting celebrated Peking Opera performer and scholar SUN Ping will present a closer look at this fascinating art form and its dazzling expressions, accompanied with costume demonstrations. The presentation will be in Chinese and English. Free for members and included with admission for non-members.
RSVP with becky.sun@pam.usc.edu encouraged.


EXHIBITIONS
Curatorial Tour and Artists’ Panel on May 10. See Related Program below.

photo 2.aThrough August 24
I Am Writing You Tomorrow: Penny Hes Yassour
Israel-based multimedia artist Penny Hes Yassour pays homage to Chinese ink painting and calligraphy through polymorphous networks formed by the artist’s spontaneous hand gestures.
Related Program
Saturday, May 10 at 2 pm Curatorial Tour 
Get the inside story when curatorial staff lead a special tour of the exhibition.

Through July 20
The Other Side: Chinese and Mexican Immigration to America presents a collection of visual narratives about the Chinese and Mexican immigrant experiences.
Related Program
Saturday, May 10 at 3 pm Artists’ Panel  Join guest curator Chip Tom and artists Hung Liu and Tony de los Reyes for a discussion of the art and ideas behind the exhibition.

A New Way Forward: Japanese Hanga of the 20th Century
Our newest exhibition opened April 25. A New Way Forward: Japanese Hanga of the 20th Century presents examples of shin hanga and sosaku hanga woodblock prints side-by-side to highlight their shared aspects as well as their distinguishing characteristics.


 

Aug15.FusionFri.DJ.300IT’S ALMOST TIME FOR FUSION FRIDAYS RETURN ON MAY 16!!

Fusion Fridays at the museum take art + entertainment to a new level by keeping the museum doors open late and bringing together guest DJs spinning in the courtyard, a cash bar featuring Angel City Brewery beers, prizes, and L.A.’s best food trucks in the museum’s adjacent parking lot, with special performances and activities each evening. The 2014 season of Fusion Fridays begins May 16, and continues on  June 20, July 18 and August 15 from 7:30 p.m. to 10:30 p.m. Each evening is free for museum members and $15 for nonmembers.

  • May 16 7:30 p.m. to 10:30 p.m. A night of dragon dancing and salsa lessons kicks off the season to highlight the exhibition The Other Side: Chinese and Mexican Immigration to America. The YoroKobi Photo Booth will be onsite, plus Don Chow and India Jones food trucks.

Tickets can be purchased at fusionfridays2014.eventbrite.com


ONGOING  EVENTS (With the exception of the Museum Tour, all events have additional fees. For details, call Visitor Services at (626) 449-2742 ext. 0. or visit our website) 

Yoga Thursdays • 12:30 – 1:30 pm $10 per class or buy a series and save. Beginners welcome!

Tai ChiSaturdays • 8 – 9:30 am $10 per class; free to first time students. Beginners welcome!

Chinese Calligraphy Saturdays • 8:45 – 9:45 am Come in for a free observation of this six-week series class. $80 per person, $50 if also enrolled in Chinese Brush Painting.

Chinese Brush Painting Saturdays • 10 am – Noon Come in for a free observation of this six-week series class. $120 per person.

Museum Tour Saturdays • 1 – 1:30 pm Docent-led tour looks at the highlights of the museum’s collection.

Silk Road Storytime First Saturday of the month • 10 am

Haiku Third Saturday of the month • 2 pm

Hawaiian Music and More Sundays  10:30 am – Noon Learn how to play the ukulele or guitar and sing traditional songs in this 12-week series class open to musicians of all levels. Students must provide their own guitar or ukulele and those under age 15 must be accompanied by an adult. Space is limited. $160 members, $180 non-members.