Crow Collection of Asian Art
July 8 - January 7, 2018
An exhibition of paintings and prints created during the Edo period (1603–1868) in Japan. The show includes hanging scrolls and screens, which were displayed in people's homes, along with woodblock prints, which were widely produced and acquired by commoners in Japan.
March 11 - December 31, 2021
An exhibition highlighting jade objects from the museum's collection. The pieces in the show reflect multiple aspects of Chinese culture—from archaic ritual, through the world of the scholars, to the refinements of courtly life.
An exhibition of works from the museum’s permanent collection. The show is organized around three themes: archaeological finds mainly from ancient tombs, Buddhist sculptures from temples,...Read More
A show of works created by Japanese artist and scientist Iwasaki Tsuneo. The pieces in the exhibition draw from Iwasaki’s interests, including Buddhism, science, and art.
“The Islamic Art Revival Series’ Women’s Invitational Exhibition will focus on the work of first generation minority women artists. These artists create works of art...Read More
An exhibition featuring paintings by Arnold Chang and photographs by Michael Cherney. In their individual and collaborative works, both artists aim to “stretch and play with the...Read More
A celebration ringing in the Year of the Rooster! Featuring performances, art making activities, fortune telling, and more.
An event focused on personal wellness. Featuring dance classes, yoga, and more.
A site-specific installation by artist Abhidnya Ghuge. The installation is made from paper plates that have been woodblock-printed with images inspired by organic patterns found in nature.
Korean author Bae Suah will read from her new work Recitation, a fragmentary yet lyrical meditation on language, travel, and memory.
An exhibition of more than 100 works from the Museo Franz Mayer in Mexico City, contemporary ceramics from Talavera de la Reyna in Puebla and a...Read More
Protecting Wisdom is the first major exhibition to examine the large and lavishly decorated book covers of the Tibetan Buddhists.
An exhibition of small landscape paintings by artist Bireswar Sen.
An exhibition consisting of drawings, sculptures, installations, videos, and non-traditional practices. Gorlizki has worked with artisans from different backgrounds, such as embroiderers, spectacle makers, forgers and fakers,...Read More
A lecture series where visiting scholars introduce different aspects, regions, and periods of Asian art. Tickets can be found here.
An exhibition of video, installation, photography, and mixed media works by artist Jean Shin–many of them transforming collected remnants including discarded ceramic shards and fabric...Read More
An exhibition of vases, chests, and objects d’art from China, Japan and Korea, examining artistic imagery and symbolism as design elements embedded within functional, sculptural...Read More
An exhibition of Chinese and Japanese paintings from the Crow Collection, exploring the shared East Asian fine-art heritage of hanging scrolls, hand scrolls, and folding...Read More
An exhibition of art works recently donated to the museum at the bequest of Margaret Doggett Crow, including Asian export porcelain, delicately carved jade vessels,...Read More
A selection of art works from India from the Crow Collection of Asian Art, dating from between the 1st through 19th centuries.
Baskett avidly collected and wore avant-garde Japanese fashion, then little-known outside of Japan. In the 1970s and 1980s, Issey Miyake, Yohji Yamamoto, and Rei Kawakubo...Read More
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,...Read More
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...Read More
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...Read More
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...Read More
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...Read More
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...Read More
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...Read More
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...Read More