Art Tour: 'Divine Spark: Kana Harada'VIEW EVENT DETAILS
Docent-led tours of Asia Society Texas Center’s exhibitions allow visitors to experience art on a personal level, learn about art historical periods and styles, and hear stories associated with the artwork. Join us for a docent-led tour of our Divine Spark: Kana Harada exhibition currently on view.
About the Exhibition
Artist Kana Harada has produced new works during this time of global pandemic that blend messages of hope and positivity with visual innovations that create an imaginative universe of awe, wonder, and intimacy. In Divine Spark: Kana Harada, she pushes sculpture, installation, and painting in innovative directions. Consisting largely of multimedia sculptures with striking painted details, intricate paper cut installations, and vibrant acrylic and watercolor paintings, she expresses the extraordinary that can be found in the ordinary, and the light that can be found in darkness.
Harada invites viewers to engage with her work by using the galleries as a space of contemplation and renewal. The exhibition draws the natural world into museum spaces and embodies the artist's wishes for a peaceful and bright future for all.
Additional Tour Dates
Please arrive 15 minutes before your tour. Groups arriving more than 15 minutes prior to start time should remain in our Grand Hall until tour staff and docents are ready. Latecomers may join the tour in progress.
Tours last approximately 60 minutes and involve a minimal amount of walking. Wheelchair access is available throughout the building.
Photography without flash is permitted for all current exhibitions. Photography permission for future exhibitions is dependent on agreements between loaning institutions and Asia Society Texas Center exhibitions staff.
Health and Safety Protocols
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, additional policies and procedures are in place to protect the health and safety of our guests, staff, and docents. Policies are informed by current recommendations from local, state, and federal health officials, agencies, and authorities including Harris County recommendations and CDC guidelines.
Each in-person tour is limited to 10 participants. All participants and docents are required to wear masks, and physical distancing of 6 feet or more between parties is required during the tour. Guests exhibiting any signs of illness are required to exit the building and asked to return on a future date. Complimentary masks are provided to guests without their own.
Education and Outreach programs at Asia Society Texas Center are presented by Wells Fargo. Generous funding also provided by Margie and Joe Blommaert, Cathay Bank Foundation, Chevron, the George and Mary Josephine Hamman Foundation, and H-E-B. Additional support is provided by Friends of Asia Society Texas Center, a dedicated group of individuals and organizations committed to bringing the best in exhibitions and public programming to Houston.
Presenting Sponsor of Education and Outreach
About Asia Society Texas
Asia Society Texas believes in the strength and beauty of diverse perspectives and people. As an educational institution, we advance cultural exchange by celebrating the vibrant diversity of Asia, inspiring empathy, and fostering a better understanding of our interconnected world. Spanning the fields of arts, business, culture, education, and policy, our programming is rooted in the educational and cultural development of our community — trusting in the power of art, dialogue, and ideas to combat bias and build a more inclusive society.
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Houston, TX 77004
For event details visit https://asiasociety.org/texas/events/art-tour-divine-spark-kana-harada 1370 Southmore Blvd Houston, TX 77004