Date: Sunday, February 9, 2014
Location: Pacific Island Ethnic Art Museum
Address: 695 Alamitos Ave., Long Beach, CA
Facebook event page: https://www.facebook.com/events/241874192659017/
The North American Taiwanese Women’s Association – 2nd generation (NATWAII) Socal group will be visiting the Out of Taiwan: Shared Connections in the Pacific exhibit at the Pacific Island Ethnic Art Museum. Photographs by Danee Hazama.
The Pacific Island Ethnic Art Museum (PIEAM) presents “Out of Taiwan: Shared Connections in the Pacific” exhibit October 26, 2013 to April 20, 2014 in Long Beach, California. Through the artistic lens of photographer Danee Hazama of Tahiti, French Polynesia, the shared cultural heritage between the people of the Pacific Islands and the indigenous people of Taiwan becomes apparent. Hazama will make a special appearance at the exhibit opening.
The origins of Pacific Islanders have been the subject of interest and controversy for many decades. Significant Western research in archaeology, historical linguistics and molecular genetics shows common patterns with the indigenous Taiwan people and the peoples of the Pacific Islands.
General Admission: $5
Seniors (62+): $3
Students with ID: $3
PIEAM Members (Join Now): Free
Children under 12: Free
Current NATWA/NATWAII members will be comped. But you’re more than welcome to donate to this museum.
There is free parking at 644 Alamitos Avenue or at MOLAA’s parking lot 628 Alamitos Avenue.
From Los Angeles County, take the 1-710 South toward Long Beach. Stay on the left-hand side of the freeway and take the Downtown exit and then go to West Broadway. From Orange County, take I-405 North to SR-22/ 7th Street and take left on Alamitos Avenue.
Info can on PIEAM can also be found on their website at http://www.pieam.org/
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