Day trip to Pacific Asia Museum in Pasadena
Events // Day trip to Pacific Asia Museum in Pasadena
Mar 29 - Mar 29
Overview // Join us for a day trip to Pasadena to visit the Pacific Asia Museum. Housed in a beautiful and historic building near vibrant downtown Pasadena, the Museum will feature three special exhibitions at the time of our visit:
"Focus on the Subject: The Art of the Harari Collection" features Japanese Edo (1603–1868) and Meiji (1868–1912) era paintings and drawings including ukiyo-e (“pictures of the floating world”); important prints, paintings and sketches by Hokusai, Hiroshige, and their schools; paintings by Kano, Tosa, Nanga, and Shijo schools; and decorative paintings.
"The Other Side: Chinese and Mexican Immigration to America" presents a collection of visual narratives about the Chinese and Mexican immigrant experiences through the works of five contemporary artists: Zhi Lin, Hung Liu, SLO artist Andrea Bowers, Tony de Los Reyes, and Margarita Cabrera.
"I Am Writing You Tomorrow," opening the day before our visit, introduces Israel-based multimedia artist Penny Hes Yassour. In this installation, Yassour pays homage to Chinese ink painting and calligraphy. This exhibit concludes a year-long series of exhibitions featuring contemporary perspectives on visual art from different Asian countries: Japan, Korea and Pakistan.
Details // Round trip on comfortable motorcoach, wheelchair accessible.
Pick up in San Luis Obispo, and convenient locations going south.
Price includes round trip bus trip, ticketed entry, 2PM museum docent tour, and snack.
The Museum does not have a café but is across the street from several local eateries
as well as the Paseo Colorado shopping center.
$100 members / $115 general. Visa and MasterCard accepted.
Travelers will be sent a detailed itinerary prior to the event.
Sign up online or call SLOMA at 543-8562.
Kawamata Tsunemasa (flourished 1716-48)
Edo Period (1603-1868); c. 1745
Ink, color, gofun and gold on paper
USC Pacific Asia Museum Collection
Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Kamansky