Two weekends of Lunar New Year celebrations, plus MSNBC Anchor Ali Velshi's return and the final weeks of "Ayomi Yoshida" exhibition.
This fall, Asia Society Texas Center is pleased to partner with the producers of the ZEE Jaipur Literature Festival (JLF) to present the return of JLF@Houston on September 13–14, 2019.
Asia Society Texas Center is offering Houstonians a special gift this holiday season: FREE exhibition admission throughout the entire month of December.
Dr. Marie and Vijay Goradia, who have made significant contributions to and a global difference in the areas of literacy, education, and healthcare in India, are the 2018 recipients of Asia Society Texas Center's Roy M. Huffington Award.
Featuring four artists making their ASTC debuts, 'New Cartographies' delves into the unique ways that contemporary artists incorporate maps into their practices to examine globally relevant topics.
Asia Society Texas Center is pleased to welcome back to Houston the Tibetan Buddhist monks from Drepung Loseling Monastery in southern India. From August 16-19, the monks will construct a sand mandala and perform sacred ceremonies.
In her Texas debut, Japanese artist Ayomi Yoshida has designed an exhibition specifically for Asia Society Texas Center.
AsiaFest, all-day FREE festival with fun for the whole family, celebrating Asian Pacific
American Heritage Month.
FotoFest 2018 Biennial exhibition features 47 artists, and will be among the largest presentations of contemporary Indian art ever presented in the United States.
Asia Society Texas Center announces the appointment of Michael Buening as Asia Society’s first-ever Director of Education and Outreach and Joy Partain as ASTC’s new Senior Vice President and Head of Marketing and Communications.