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Film / Hong Kong
A film that brings us on a journey to uncover the strange and fascinating life and art of Vivian Maier.
Class / Texas
This 8-week course beginning January 9 will provide a basic introduction to Tai Chi.
Performance / New York
Space-Time Continuum-Pro et Contra is a contemporary chamber concerto for thirteen wind and string instruments that examines the nature of time by utilizing a uniquely unstable tempo that creates an ethereal effect.
Performance / New York
I, Hamlet is a virtuosic re-imagining of Shakespeare's Hamlet as a one-man contemporary performance starring Chinese opera star Zhang Jun.
Special Event / Switzerland
A vibrant evening of Vietnamese culture with the Hugentobler Collection at Hauser & Wirth gallery.
Performance / New York
Eko Nugroho’s Wayang Bocor is a cutting-edge theater group where puppets and actors combine elements of street art, comics, video games and Indonesia traditional shadow puppets, weaving an absurdist retelling of the arrival of Islam in Java
Performance / New York
Eko Nugroho’s Wayang Bocor is a cutting-edge theater group where puppets and actors combine elements of street art, comics, video games and Indonesia traditional shadow puppets, weaving an absurdist retelling of the arrival of Islam in Java
Tour / Texas
Explore Yoshio Taniguchi's first free-standing structure in the United States.
Performance / New York
Eko Nugroho’s Wayang Bocor is a cutting-edge theater group where puppets and actors combine elements of street art, comics, video games and Indonesia traditional shadow puppets, weaving an absurdist retelling of the arrival of Islam in Java
Tour / Texas
Join Asia Society for a docent-led tour of our current exhibition '3DPRK: North Korean Portraits by Matjaž Tančič.'
Performance / Texas
Join Sandeep Das on a journey to explore the dexterous and aesthetic rhythms of the Indian Tabla and Sitar and the Arabian melodies of the Oud.
Lecture / Hong Kong
Emma J. Teng discusses mixed and transnational families in the 19th century.