Asia Society Texas Center (ASTC) launches the fifth season of its Bank of America Women’s Leadership Series with an October 3 program featuring former PepsiCo chairman and CEO Indra Nooyi.
Only the second U.S. museum to host the exhibition "Tsuruya Kōkei: Modern Kabuki Prints Revised & Revisited," Asia Society will also serve as its final American venue.
The photos showcase humanity’s unceasing drive to build at great heights by juxtaposing two extremes of architecture: building in the Himalayas and reconstructing the World Trade Center.
Asia Society Texas Center welcomes Tibetan Buddhist monks from Drepung Loseling Monastery, returning to Houston for their fifth consecutive year to construct a sand mandala and perform music and dance ceremonies on August 14­–18.
Eat, shop, play! Enjoy food, performances, international bazaar, live demonstrations, and arts and crafts for free at AsiaFest!
Asia Society Texas Center shines a light on Texas talent with its new exhibition, "Site Lines: Artists Working in Texas," opening on April 13. All five artists call the Lone Star State their home.
Regional premiere spotlights post-9/11 American Muslim experiences in Ping Chong's innovative production "Beyond Sacred: Voices of Muslim Identity."
Asia Society Texas Center announces the appointment of Jennifer Kapral as Asia Society’s Director of Education and Outreach.
Asia Society Texas Center (ASTC) unveils a new mixed-media exhibition entitled "Super Sarap," marking a number of firsts for ASTC: the exhibition is the Center’s first to feature Filipino American artists and the first to focus on food.
FREE Spring Break activities and films, plus "Super Sarap" opening — Asia Society's first Filipino American exhibition.