At a joyful summer evening at Miller Outdoor Theatre, Karmagraphy and dancers from the Movement Performing Art Studio presented a larger-than-life dance production infused with energetic Bollywood flair.
After sharing highlights of their work, Houston-based artists Preetika Rajgariah and Stevie Spurgin examined topics such as identity, the body, and materiality that they explored in their 'Artists on Site Series 2' residency.
In this artist talk, Houston-based artists Bennie Flores Ansell and Guadalupe Hernandez provided a look into their projects and processes featured in 'Artists on Site Series 2,' covering topics including migration, labor, and photography.
Charles Yu, National Book Award-winning author of 'Interior Chinatown,' spoke on his experience of being Asian in America and his belief that more — and more specific — representation is crucial to dismantling Asian American stereotypes.
Jai Shroff, Global CEO of UPL Limited, spoke with Martyn E. Goossen, J.P. Morgan Private Bank Vice Chairman, on climate change impacts on food security and sustainability, and on the need for investment in agricultural technology.
In Asia Society Texas Center's ninth year of ExploreAsia: Culture Camps for Kids, more than 75 campers explored Asian traditions, art, and culture through one virtual session and four in-person sessions.
More than 70 students explored policy solutions for issues related to U.S.–China relations, public health, and social justice and civic engagement in Asia Society Texas Center's sixth year of the summer Young Leaders Institute.
Asia Society celebrated women in the U.S. space program with NASA flight director Pooja Jesrani, astronaut Jasmin Moghbeli, and Jet Propulsion Lab engineer Grace Tan-Wang in its Bank of America Women's Leadership Series season finale.
Artist Hong Hong, featured in the site-specific installation 'The Mountain That Does Not Describe a Circle,' reflected on the process of creating large-scale paper works and explored topics such as materiality and sensation.