Saturday, February 13 at 10:00am
Admission is free.
Celebrate the Year of the Ox with the USC Pacific Asia Museum's virtual Lunar New Year festival, which will include streamed video performances and demonstrations of Lunar New Year–inspired crafts and special greetings from the PAMily throughout the day!
10 a.m.: Lion Dance by the Northern Shaolin Kung Fu Association
11 a.m.: Art Making Activity: Dragon Puppet with Quan Trang of Barnsdall Arts
12 p.m.: Storytime with Valentina Quezada
1 p.m.: Art Making Activity: Year of the Ox Mask with Quan Trang of Barnsdall Arts
1:30 p.m. Performance@PAM: Melody of China with The Music Center LA
Join us in exploring the music and unique, traditional instruments of China. Instruments such as the ruan (moon guitar) are featured as the ensemble plays a spirited set including "Oceans of Happiness," "Purple Bamboo Melody," and "Joyful Xin Jiang People."
2:30 p.m.: Cooking Demonstration with Chef Cecilia Leung
Although we are unable to celebrate with you in person, we're sharing a virtual feast for the eyes! Join L.A.–based chef Cecilia Leung as she teaches you how to craft delicious lo bak go (turnip cake).
4 p.m.: Music by USC Thornton School of Music Student Elizabeth Wei
USC Thornton School of Music student Elizabeth Wei will perform the Taiwanese folk song “農耕歌” (Farming Song) on classical violin.
Presented by the USC Pacific Asia Museum. Co-sponsored by the USC Roski School of Art and Design and USC Visions and Voices: The Arts and Humanities Initiative.