First Friday Leo BarVIEW EVENT DETAILS
Kick off your weekend with an evening of art and culture!
Join us for the return of our First Friday Leo Bars and check out Asia Society Museum's new exhibition The Art of Impermanence: Japanese Works from the John C. Weber Collection and Mr. and Mrs. John D. Rockefeller 3rd Collection for free. The museum stays open late from 6–9 p.m., offering free admission, exhibition tours, drink specials, and late night shopping at AsiaStore.
- FREE MUSEUM ADMISSION
- GUIDED EXHIBITION TOURS
- DRINK SPECIALS by Great Performances
(Happy hour prices from 6–7 p.m.)
- JAPANESE GREEN TEA TASTING & MATCHA DEMONSTRATION by Masha Tea
- ACTIVITIES INSPIRED BY THE ART OF IMPERMANENCE
- ASIASTORE DISCOUNTS
Free admission. Cash bar.
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Exhibitions on View
The Art of Impermanence, through April 26, 2020
Through masterpieces of calligraphy, painting, sculpture, ceramics, lacquers, and textiles drawn from two of America’s greatest Japanese art collections, this exhibition examines Japan's unique and nuanced references to transience.
About Masha Tea
Founded in Brooklyn by naturopath, Dr. Maria Geyman ND, Masha Tea brings the healing and regenerative powers of natural teas to discerning drinkers. Designed with flavor, sustainability, and beauty in mind, Masha Teas are assembled by hand in small batches and made with love. In sourcing the most gorgeous of teas and herbs, they consider terroir, ethical farming practices, and tradition herbalism. Each bag is compostable and hand-stamped with vegetable ink.
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