© Pacific Asia Museum
The Pacific Asia Museum has over 15,000 pieces of art and historical artifacts that are spread out among three different main attractions.
The Arts of Korea showcases how history played a key role in how art was created in Korea. This attraction is divided among different themes. One of the highlighted themes in this attraction is the focus on religion and art. Specifically, visitors can view various artworks that have strong Buddhism, Confucianism, or Shamanism ideals. From these pieces of art and other historical documents, visitors will get the chance to learn how much religion influenced the lives of people who lived in ancient Korea.
The Art of Pacific Asia has the most comprehensive art collection within the Pacific Asia Museum. The earliest pieces of art in this collection date back to over 5,000 years. Visitors will have the chance to view paintings, pictures, decorative art pieces, sculptures, and other historical art artifacts. The goal of this exhibit is to have visitors walk away with new found knowledge of how geography, culture, and political and social ideals influenced Pacific Asia’s art history.
The Arts of China is the most diverse attraction at the Pacific Asia Museum. This collection is divided in five different themes; Art and Commerce, Philosophical and Religious Ideas, Tradition and Innovation, Reading Symbols, and Status and Adornment. Each theme examines how art played a major influence in every aspect of Chinese society, and how Chinese society influenced how art was made.
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