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This free family-friendly event in May celebrates Asian Pacific American Heritage Month through Asian and fusion cuisine, movement and fitness demonstrations, community performances, creative activities, local vendors, and visual art displays. AsiaFest is scheduled for Saturday, May 13, 2017.

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Night Market

This festive, family-friendly night of tasty treats, local vendors, and crafts also features a free look at the Fall exhibition. The next Night Market is scheduled for Friday, October 21, 2016.

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Family Days

Held at Asia Society Texas Center throughout the year, Family Days give audiences of all ages the chance to learn more about Asian culture through demonstrations, exhibits, performances, and storytelling. Families may create crafts together, learn about Asian games and holidays, or have their faces painted with Asian-themed decorations.

Family Day: Mid-Autumn Festival
Saturday, October 1, 1:00-4:00 pm

Celebrate this festive holiday through Taiwanese art activities, storytelling, performances, mooncakes, and more!

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Creation Stations

Drop in at Asia Society Texas Center each month for an art-making activity as you learn about the rich and varied cultures of Asia. Explore such traditions as folk art from the Indian state of Bihar, architectural designs from the ancient Near East, and aboriginal patterns from the Pacific. Families and children of all ages are welcome to stop by and participate in these free events.

Creation Station: Back to School Bento!
Saturday, September 10, 12:30-2:30 pm

Make a paper craft bento box and learn about Japanese lunch foods.

Creation Station: Diwali: The Festival of Lights
Saturday, November 12, 12:30-2:30 pm

Create art projects celebrating this Hindu holiday symbolizing the victory of light over darkness.

Creation Station: Expressive Environments
Saturday, December 3, 12:30-2:30 pm

Create experimental images inspired by the In the Wake exhibition using a photographic process known as cyanotypes.

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Education and outreach programs at Asia Society Texas Center are made possible through generous funding from the George and Mary Josephine Hamman Foundation. Additional support provided by Friends of Education & Outreach at Asia Society Texas Center.

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