Asian American Resource Center
July 13 - September 23, 2018
In their paintings, artists Dan Pham and Lauren Chai "explore their experiences growing up as Asian Americans with dual cultural identities. Incorporating motifs derived from their lives, their images are iconographic, full of symbols and dynamic with meanings, expressing the desire of finding balance in their lives. "
This is a free event to learn about the different cultures from Myanmar. The day will include performances and cultural booths by the Karen, Karenni,...Read More
“Artist Caroline Ryan explores family dynamics using old candid family photographs as references for her paintings. The artist reveals the astounding differences between her parents...Read More
An exhibition highlighting the story of how Indian Americans have helped shape America. The exhibition was organized by the Smithsonian Asian Pacific American Center and the...Read More
An exhibition featuring photographs of mixed-race families and Asian American Pacific Islander youth in Austin.
In this exhibition, Austin-based artist Sandeep Chandran depicts the epic tale of the divine prince Rama and the heroic rescue of his wife Sita and the...Read More
An exhibition of work by Michelle Stewart, Sara Madandar, and Sonali Kukreja.
An exhibition of photographs taken by Rama Tiru along her journeys across the Asian continent.
Part of the City of Austin’s series of talks on “creative placemaking,” Stern will lecture about the Social Impact of the Arts Project (SIAP) project...Read More
Placemaking guru and University of Minnesota professor Markusen is Director of the Project on Regional and Industrial Economics. Her presentation will explore what makes a...Read More
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