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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.
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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.
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Pondicheri’s little sister is open for extended lunch hours, with a vibrant and innovative menu featuring everything from butter chicken to saffron shrimp salad and roti wraps.
Asia Society Texas Center is excited to present an exhibition of artist Zheng Chongbin's paintings and a sculptural installation which responds to the Center’s unique architecture.
Featuring more than 100 outstanding works of art, Wondrous Worlds: Art & Islam through Time & Place will showcase the long history, vast geographic expanse, and amazing diversity of works of art in the Islamic world.
Tibetan Monks will construct a sand mandala at Asia Society from August 10-13.
This exhibition both engages and educates audiences about bamboo, a quintessential part of Japanese culture, shaping the country’s social, artistic, and spiritual landscape.

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