Shen Wei (not be confused with the other New York-based artist named Shen Wei) is a choreographer and dancer who has also designed sets, video projections, […]
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Executive Director Hofland presents musings and lessons from the Crow Collection’s first fifteen years and shares ideas for the museum’s next chapter.
Ceramicist and educator Ginny Marsh works in textures and experimental designs. Meet Marsh at the Lotus Shop and take home a work for the holidays.
A lecture on the origin and development of asceticism within early Hinduism.
Drawn from works belonging to a Texas born collector and long time docent at the Crow Collection of Asian Art, the Jerry Lee Musslewhite collection […]
The Crow Collection presents Ai Weiwei’s series of animal-head sculptures depicting each of the twelve signs of the Chinese zodiac. The sculptures are finished in […]
Photographs of momentary collisions between ink and water in mid-air.
Learn as Dr. Jennifer Way discusses the rise of design in mid-20th-century America intersected with emerging forms of cultural diplomacy. $10 for the public, FREE […]
Join Gabriel Ritter, the Nancy and Tim Hanley Assistant Curator of Contemporary Art at the Dallas Museum of Art, for a discussion about his involvement […]
Tibetan Buddhist monks from the Drepung Loseling Monastery construct a Tantric Buddhist mandala sand painting during a week long residency.
Lacquerware, inlaid with tiny flakes of gold, silver, and mother of pearl, was one of the highest forms of art among aristocratic Japanese families; it […]
mperial China captured on glass plates by the Scottish photographer John Thomson, who first traveled to Asia in 1862. Organized by Betty Yao MBE, of […]
Paintings and videos made from them by an emerging Shanghai-based artist who uses stop-motion animation to portray the intersecting relationships between old and new.
Tibetan Buddhist monks from the Drepung Loseling Monastery return to the Crow Collection for a week-long artist residency to construct a Tantric Buddhist mandala sand […]
In upper-class Ming and Qing China, beds were private spaces for slumber, frolicking, and reproductive get-togethers. Dream Chamber features examples of hardwood furniture that might […]
Celebrating pioneering women ceramicists from Japan, the Crow Collection of Asian Art presents Soaring Voices: Recent Ceramics by Women from Japan featuring 26 works by […]
Works by photojournalist Marc Riboud is featured in a new exhibition at the Crow Collection of Asian Art. Known for some of the most iconic […]
In celebration of the bicentennial of Mexico’s independence, the Crow Collection of Asian Art explores the imprint of Asian art on Mexico in the exhibition […]
The Crow Collection of Asian Art brings together the work of New York artist Il Lee. For over 30 years he has been exploring drawing […]
The Crow Collection explores the intersection of tradition, innovation, and design this spring by pairing the traditional arts of basket making and screen making- the […]
The inauguration of the newly dedicated gallery space at the Crow Collection- LinkAsia brings the first exhibition of the works of Ka Yeung. His black […]
Check out Yang Jin Long‘s first museum exhibition in the United States at the Crow Collection of Asian Art. The Chinese born artist moved to the […]
"WILD FLOWERING: The Crow Family and Asia showcases the adventures of the Crow family during their five-decade quest to collect the arts of Asia. Starting […]
Tending the Afterlife: Chinese Tomb Art from the Neolithic Period to the Ming Dynasty "showcases a spectacular selection of objects from the permanent collection of […]
"A third-generation Japanese American, Roger Shimomura (b. 1939) has emerged as an elder statesman of contemporary social commentary. For almost forty years, his art has […]
"The works of art selected for this exhibition are those in which each artist has worked with a recognizable American quilt pattern that has been […]
Celebrating The Crows’ ten-year anniversary, this show includes work from private collections and museum’s across Texas.