December 2017 – February 2018
The Breathe: Veterans Art and Wellness Program continues through the end of the year with four more workshops.
Veterans are invited to join experienced Qigong instructors Chris and Fayne Bouguyon from SimplyAware for an hour and a half Qigong practice as well as engage with works of art through a self-reflective activity in the galleries. Rooted in Traditional Chinese Medicine, the practice of Qigong improves breathing, posture, and mental focus. Participating veterans have described themselves as feeling calm, relaxed, and energized after practicing Qigong. Lunch will be provided at noon for all participants.
Register in advance to receive a free Breathe T-shirt at the end of the first workshop you attend! For parking instructions, click here. Parking in the Trammell Crow Center parking garage costs $5 flat rate for the day. Members receive free parking validation if they park in the Trammell Crow Center parking garage. Learn about becoming a Friend of the Crow Collection here. Upon arrival, please check in at the front desk of the museum.
Questions? Please email Shoshana McIntosh at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Breathe is made possible through the generous support of NorthPark Center.
The Crow Collection of Asian Art’s GLOBAL LEARNERS uses engagements in the visual arts to develop cognitive empathy and cultural awareness.
Students at the Kessler School engaged with a Cambodian sculpture, exchanged letters and art with children attending a school in Cambodia, learned directly from a member of the Cambodian community in Dallas, and created their own original works of art.
Join us for the opening reception featuring student artist talks. Light refreshments will be served.
The Crow Collection of Asian Art opens its doors for contemplative reflection. On Sundays, join us anytime between 10:00 AM and 5:00 PM. This is not a guided meditation class but rather the opportunity to take some time out of your day to sit, to be still, to be quiet. Meditation mats are provided.
All are welcome in this space.
Chinese New Year Festival – Booth Participants
2:00 PM – 8:00 PM, Saturday, February 17, 2018
Klyde Warren Park – 2012 Woodall Rodgers Fwy, Dallas, TX 75201
Deadline for application and payment: February 2, 2018
Booth availability is on a first come, first served basis. All decisions concerning booth location will be at the discretion of the Crow Collection of Asian Art. All booths will be outdoor. The festival will continue rain or shine. Booth fee is non-refundable. We encourage projects to fit the theme of Chinese New Year and to be interactive and educational.
***PLEASE NOTE: All Vendors (excluding food) will have 15% of their total sales collected by Klyde Warren Park. Food Vendors MUST have a Temporary Food Permit from the City of Dallas. Information for food permit can be found HERE.
- (1) 10’x10’ tent
- (1) 8’ table
- (2) chairs
- (1) tablecloth
- Parking pass for 2 staff
- Booth banner will be designed and printed by the Crow Collection of Asian Art
1)Please fill out a Booth Application
2) Then follow the instructions to pay online or mail check.
For any questions or concerns, please contact Alyssa Arnold, email@example.com
2018 is the Year of The Dog, and the Crow Collection of Asian Art is getting ready for one amazing paw-ty for our 19th annual Chinese New Year Festival!
We are shaking things up and bringing the festivities to Klyde Warren Park, where we will celebrate with art activities and demonstrations, food, fireworks, and a main stage filled with a list of talented performers, old and new. Join us on February 17th from 2-8PM to say goodbye to the Year of the Rooster and ring in 2018 as the Year of the Dog, a year marked by loyalty, kindness, and love. Don’t forget to bring along your best dog friend for puppy portraits and pampering. In need of a furry companion? Don’t worry—we will have dog rescues out all day in our new Zodiac Zoo, featuring rescues dedicated to the animals found in the Chinese Zodiac.
Plus, for the fifth year in a row, there will be an exclusive VIP lounge available for members of the Friends of the Crow Collection, located next to the main stage. Become a member today for an exclusive CNY experience.
The Crow Collection of Asian Art is supported in part by the City of Dallas Office of Cultural Affairs.