June 11-15, 2014, USC Pacific Asia Museum

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ImageProxyServletFriday, June 13, 4 pm

During this informal get-together, curatorial staff introduce and lead a discussion of
I Am Writing You Tomorrow: Penny Hes Yassour,
an homage to Chinese ink painting and calligraphy through polymorphous networks formed by the artist’s spontaneous hand gestures. Coffee provided by Starbucks.

027 WEB-Jamie PhamJune 20, 7:30 – 10:30 pm 

An evening  mash-up of art, conversation, DJs, drinks and dancing in the courtyard, plus unique performances: June brings Tibetan folk dance and lessons, plus a “Bollywood Fusion” performance, blend your own Indian spice mix, get decorated with mehndi designs and more! Featuring the Komodo and India Jones trucks. Free for members, $15 general public. Photo/Jamie Pham Photography


Sunday, June 22, 2 pm
Nicole Mones: presentation and book signing of Night in Shanghai

In 1936, classical pianist Thomas Greene is recruited to Shanghai to lead a jazz orchestra of fellow African-American expats. From being flat broke in segregated Baltimore to living in a mansion with servants of his own, he becomes the toast of a city obsessed with music, money, pleasure and power, even as it ignores the rising winds of war. Based on a true story. Books will be available for purchase and signing. Light refreshments. RSVP to tailing.wong@pam.usc.edu or call 626.449.2742, ext. 20.

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 Chi Saturdays • 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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