Pardon our rest. Starting in January of 2018, The Crow Collection of Asian Art will be undergoing renovations to expand and enhance our museum’s footprint with added gallery spaces, a newly designed gift shop, and a multi-use art studio. With these renovations, the museum will continue to be free and open to the public but will be unable to accommodate tours during this time of transformation.* Please stay tuned for more information on our progress and future offerings.

2018 School Visits – PLEASE NOTE: 

Due to the Museum’s construction in 2018 we will have a limited capacity for large groups wanting to walk through the museum. Any large groups wanting to enter will be limited to 10 people per gallery including chaperones (subject to gallery availability). The rest of the group must wait outside and cannot block the museum entrance. For any further questions involving a large group walk through please contact education@crowcollection.org.

Adult Tour:

An Adult Tour at the Crow Collection offers your group the unique opportunity to discuss works of art together. Through close observation and discussion, a professional Gallery Educator will invite you to be curious, make connections, and construct personal meanings from works of art in our permanent collections and special exhibitions.

Tours cover 2-4 works of art and last approximately 1 hour. Maximum group size: 60. Tours are taught by professional Gallery Educators.

 

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The Crow Collection welcomes groups of up to 30 for self-guided tours. By booking a self-guided tour, you are reserving space in the galleries for your group. These tours must be booked and confirmed by the Education Department in advance.

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Please note that touring Asian art and culture will involve discussion of Eastern customs, religions, and philosophies in order to understand the works of art. The Crow Collection of Asian Art does not promote any particular belief or religion.

 

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The Crow Collection of Asian Art is supported in part by the City of Dallas Office of Cultural Affairs.