USC Pacific Asia Museum
Pasadena, California 91101
Open Wednesday through Sunday 10am to 6pm
The Museum’s collection features Asian and Pacific Islander artworks spanning 5,000 years, which range from fine and decorative art to popular and folk arts. The Art of Pacific Asia introduces the geography, materials and meaning behind the art which visitors will enjoy throughout all the galleries at USC Pacific Asia Museum.
The Focus Gallery
This 500 square foot gallery rotates frequently to offer visitors a closer look at the collection in new and intriguing contexts.
The Gallery of Himalayan Art
Buddhist artwork from Tibet, Nepal and Northern India.
Art of the Pacific Islands
Carved artifacts and ritual objects from Irian Jaya and Papua New Guinea.
The Lee and Zora Worson Gallery
Stone, bronze and wood sculptures representing principle Hindu and Buddhist deities from South and Southeast Asia.
The Changing Exhibition Galleries
The museum's main changing exhibition space features temporary exhibitions ranging from the classical to the contemporary.
Journeys: The Silk Road
This family gallery is an interactive space for visitors of all ages to explore the arts of Asia. (more)
The Snukal Family Ceramic Study Gallery
Open-storage featuring an extensive collection of Asian ceramics.
The Ralph and Angelyn Riffenburgh Gallery
Now featuring The Arts of China as a newly renovated space.
The newly renovated Gallery of Korean Art in the Everett and Peg Palmer Founders Gallery features traditional sculpture, paintings, decorative objects, and both traditional and contemporary ceramics.
The Frank and Toshie Mosher Gallery of Japanese Art
A rotating exhibition space for the museum's impressive collection of Japanese art including prints, paintings, ceramics and textiles.