The Pacific Asia Museum hosts a collection of over 15,000 objects, spanning more than five thousand years, that include rare examples of art and ethnographic objects from Asia and the Pacific Islands.
The Visions and Voices Initiative emphasizes USC's commitment to interdisciplinary approaches. Check out the spectacular array of events conceived and organized by faculty and schools throughout the university.
Guest curator Chip Tom offers a closer look at the poignant and engaging works featured in "The Other Side: Chinese and Mexican Immigration to America."
A discussion led by John Uriquiza, photographer and founder of "Sin Turistas" Photography Collective, and commentated by Macarena Gomez Barris, associate professor of American studies and ethnicity.
An Exhibition of Work from the Study Abroad Programs Monday, March 24 - Friday, March 28 Reception on Wednesday, March 26, 6 PM Rosendin Atrium
Dr. Shelley Fishkin, co-director of Stanford University's Chinese Railroad Workers in North America Project, will examine how contemporary artists and writers have transformed the U.S.-Mexico border and the landscape of the Transcontinental Railroad-- iconic sites of violence, erasure and invisibility--into sites of creativity.
As never been done before, The Triumph of Philippine Art exhibits the nation's political story and turmoil. The exhibition features various Contemporary Filipino-American artists and has been compiled by M. Teresa Lapid Rodriguez, who has personally experienced firsthand the revolution in the Philippines.