"Beyond Sacred: Voices of Muslim Identity" illuminates the daily experiences of five young Muslim Americans who came of age in a post-9/11 society, and are building their lives in a time of continued fear of and violence towards Muslims.
Asia Society Texas Center welcomes artist Aimee Lee to discuss her work as part of "The Magic of Korean Papermaking" workshop at the Glassell School of Art. This presentation will use still and moving images to describe how hanji — Korean paper — is made in both Korea and the U.S.
In this process-focused workshop, students learn how to make one style of hanji (Korean paper) from raw-paper mulberry bark. By working together, students complete various steps to prepare raw materials for sheet formation in the gadum tteugi method.
In this family workshop with Bricks4Kidz, find out how Japan, China, and India brought about the origin of technology like the electric car, robots, and rockets. Build, learn, and play while exploring the realms of STEM and having fun with
Join renowned Houston chef Nicole Routhier and world-traveling "National Geographic" photographer Catherine Karnow for a conversation about their respective journeys through Vietnam and what they found most unforgettable.
Celebrate Asian Pacific American Heritage Month at AsiaFest! An international bazaar, performances, arts and crafts, fusion cuisine, and live demonstrations await at Asia Society Texas Center's annual festival.