We believe purpose and connection bring joy and offer solace especially in times of chaos, fear, and loss. USC PAM is offering ongoing special initiatives, events, and programs tailored to this moment that help all of us find community connectivity, social courage and joy, to renew inner life, outer life, and life together.
We are excited to introduce, PAM@Home, our free and accessible virtual museum care package specially curated by USC PAM staff to help you, our community, navigate these uncertain times and provide reprieve for us all.
PAM@Home Daily Schedule
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We want to help. And we know you want to help too. Our Action@PAM initiative is tailored towards providing tangible resources and ways we can come together as a community to help care for one another amidst the tumult.
Museums provided safe spaces and emerged as beacons of hope during unsettled times in our past. USC PAM is here for you now. Galleries@PAM invite you into our enriching museum world to help you find much needed respite in the face of overwhelming events.
Learning new skills is good for the soul! The talented teaching artists, educators, and docents at USC PAM are here to share their knowledge of Asian art and artmaking techniques with you. Via Learning@PAM you will learn things like origami and calligraphy and find out what motivates our educators to do the beautiful work that they do.
With the situation changing shape daily, the shadow of uncertainty can feel long and very lonely. Our Mindfulness@PAM programming like virtual guided meditation and tai chi is specifically tailored towards helping you find your inner strength and peace.
From the comfort of your own home, Throwback@PAM takes you back in time to our most memorable past exhibitions and our building’s history. We encourage you to tag us in your own photos of past USC PAM visits for us to share and keep our community connected!
Children help remind us that joy and delight are the remedy we must offer ourselves in difficult times. We want to remind our young visitors that we have joy and delight to share with them as well. Kids@PAM offers hands-on activities and storytime to help children and their families share art and self-expression together.
Racism and xenophobia ushered in with COVID-19 is real and is on the rise especially for those of Pacific and Asian heritage. To move through this with grace, even as we are called to keep to ourselves, is to honor the ways we are interdependent and interconnected. Community@PAM is an initiative geared towards changing the negative narrative, anchoring it instead in messages of hope, positivity and above all interconnectivity.