Temporary Closure

Building-Exterior

Constructed in 1924 on the corner of Los Robles Avenue and Union Street, the historic building that is home to the USC Pacific Asia Museum (USC PAM) will undergo a seismic retrofitting to strengthen its foundation, as well as add approximately 700 square-feet of gallery space. The Museum will be closed to the public beginning June 27, 2016 and is expected to reopen in May 2017.

USC PAM on the Town

During the closure, the Museum will present a slate of programs throughout the community, as well as a satellite exhibition at USC.

Check our hashtag often to find out where we’ll be next:

#USCPAMontheTown

Upcoming Programs

Find updated information on this page and follow us on social media to find out where we’ll be popping up around town!

Facebook.com/PacificAsiaMuseum
Twitter.com/USCPAM
Instagram.com/USC_PAM

#USCPAM


In the Media

  • USC News discusses USC PAM’s closure and whats next
  • Read the LA Times article about the closure