Vision Statement:

To love and celebrate the arts and cultures of Asia

Mission Statement:

The Crow Museum of Asian Art inspires and promotes learning and dialogue about the arts and cultures of Asia through our exhibitions, the research and preservation of our collections, artistic and educational programming, and visitor experience and engagement. We accomplish this in accordance with the highest professional standards, through collaboration with our diverse public and partners in our communities, nationally, and internationally. We define Asia as endlessly diverse, and not of one place, time, or idea. By cultivating compassion and inclusivity through our work, we build greater awareness and a shared sense of what it means to be human.

Institutional Goal:

To put compassion into action

Crow Collection of Asian Art History – Trammell and Margaret Crow bought their first piece of Asian art in the mid-1960s. From that initial purchase, a distinguished collection of Asian art has evolved. The collection features pieces from China, Japan, India, Korea and Southeastern Asia spanning from historical to contemporary.

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Community Partners – We are proud to work with a wide array of partners, who together with the Crow Collection, are creating bridges between Asia and Dallas for the betterment of our community.

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Frequently Answered Questions – Everything from “What is the cost of admission?” to “Does everything in the museum belong to the Crows?” We’ve got answers for you:

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