Family Playdate: Create, Chat, Move | First and Third Saturdays
11:00 am | 20-30 minute tour while enjoying apple juice
1:30 pm | 30-minute mindful movement tour
2:00 pm | 30-minute facilitated creative art activity
11:00 am – 3:00 pm | Drop in, self-guided, in gallery art activity (materials provided)
The apple juice tour, mindful movement, and facilitated creative art activity are first come, first served and limited to 15 people. Share your experience using #CrowCreateChatMove.
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.
GLOBAL LEARNERS SHOWCASE with the Kessler School
Due to Gallery Rotation for our upcoming exhibition only the exhibition Fierce Loyalty: A Samurai Complete will be available through January 19, 2018. The newest exhibition Earthly Splendor: Korean Ceramics from the Collection will open to the public on Saturday, January 20, 2018 at 1 pm.
The Members’ First Look and Tour will take place on Saturday, January 20, 2018 at 11:00 am.
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The Crow Collection of Asian Art’s GLOBAL LEARNERS PROGRAM uses engagements in the visual arts to develop cognitive empathy and cultural awareness.
Between February and May, 2018, 4th grade students at the William M. Anderson Elementary School learned about Cambodian art and culture through stories, art making, and engaging with a Cambodian sculpture from the museum’s permanent collection.
Join us at the Prairie Creek Branch Library for a reception featuring sculptures made by the students. Light refreshments will be served.
for the Crow Museum’s 20th annual Chinese New Year Festival, celebrating 2019—the Year of the Earth Pig. Pigs are considered a symbol of wealth; their chubby faces and big ears are both signs of good fortune. This year’s festivities will include a wealth of activities and festivities to help ring in the New Year, including dragon and lion dances, art making for all ages, and giveaways throughout the Center.