Jun
20
Fri
Shen Wei… Your Way
Jun 20 @ 6:00 pm – Jun 20 @ 11:59 pm
Shen Wei... Your Way  @ Crow Collection of Asian Art

Be inspired by the large-scale paintings created by renowned contemporary artist and choreographer Shen Wei. This series of mysterious paintings is sure to evoke curiosity and creativity. Show off your painting skills with watercolors and discover the artist within you. Watch Chinese paper-cutting demonstrations and be amazed by the complexity of this ancient Chinese tradition. Finish the night off with an authentic Chinese beer tasting.

Full PDF Schedule here!

DEMONSTRATION: CHINESE PAPER CUTTING WITH THE CONFUCIUS INSTITUTE
6–8 PM | Jade Room, 2nd floor
Paper cutting originated in China after the invention of paper around 100 BC. It is the art of creating patterns, designs or pictures using scissors to cut paper in various ways. Because the cut outs are also used to decorate doors and windows, they are sometimes referred to as window flowers. Join the Confucius Institute at the University of Texas at Dallas in a demonstration of this beautiful and intricate art form.

SCULPTURE GARDEN SCAVENGER HUNT
6-8 PM | Sculpture Garden
Get to know our new Sculpture Garden with a scavenger hunt that will offer a few surprises and even a prize.

ART ACTIVITY: SUMMER SOLSTICE FANS
6–8 PM | Flora Fountain
June 21st is the summer solstice in the Northern Hemisphere and marks the beginning of summer for the earth north of the equator. Beat the heat and join us for fan making that represent the four elements, earth, wind, fire and water.

ART ACTIVITY: POP-UP LANDSCAPE
6–10 PM | Arbor Walk, 2nd floor
Just as Shen Wei uses his multiple art forms to create ever-changing, expansive landscape, so can you. Color and decorate your own 2D landscape to take home.

ART ACTIVITY: PRINT AND PAINTING INSPIRED BY SHEN WEI
6–10 PM | East Balcony
Experience our new exhibition, Shen Wei, which features large-scale, contemporary compositions
in black, white, and gray. The shapes and textures can, in places, appear to resemble elements of a landscape—jagged rocks, rushing water, imposing clouds, and elusive figures and animals. Come let your inner artist play and create your own grayscale composition using water, ink and paint.

COMMUNITY ACTIVITY: SUMMER SOLSTICE MURAL
6–10 PM | Flora Street
Gallery Educator, Randy Guthmiller, will create a community mural inspired by the Summer Solstice. There will be cardboard shapes wrapped in bubble wrap which when dipped in latex paint and pressed to the art board create a unique and beautiful homage to Summer!

SHEN WEI PHOTO EXPERIENCE
6-10 PM | Arbor Walk, 2nd floor
Take a step into Shen Wei’s own studio and surround yourself with his larger than life paintings. Take a photo in front of a custom backdrop commemorating your visit with the one and only Shen Wei.

GAMES: CAT’S CRADLE, DIABOLO JUGGLING, HOOP ROLLING AND SHUTTLECOCK
6-10 PM | Flora Street
In Cat’s Cradle, players make shapes with string and pass them back and forth to make different kinds of string figures. Evolved from the Chinese yo-yo, Diabolo Juggling is a game played by pulling the string and turning the axle repeatedly to make the diabolo rotate faster. Hoop rolling is both a sport and a game, in which a large hoop is rolled along the ground by means of an implement wielded by the player. As for Shuttlecock, Jianzi in Chinese, players aim to keep a heavily weighted shuttlecock in the air by using their bodies, apart from the hands. Learn how to play these traditional Chinese games and may the odds be ever in your favor.

GALLERY TALK
7:30 PM | Grand Gallery, 2nd floor
Join a Crow Collection Gallery Educator for the start of a progressive tour through the Arts District. Tours begin at the Crow Collection and continue to the Dallas Museum of Art at 8:00PM and the Nasher at 8:30PM.

PERFORMANCE: LION DANCE WITH LEE’S SNOW LEOPARD KUNG FU ACADEMY
7:30 PM | Flora Fountain
Lion Dance embraces the beauty, art, culture, traditions, and history of China. A good performance is believed to bring luck and happiness.To kick off the summer solstice parade, join us for a musical and theatrical feast, including a two-person lion dance, percussions, drums and even a gong.

GALLERY CHALLENGE
8:30 PM | Link Asia, 2nd floor
Join a Crow Collection Gallery Educator for a unique tour experience that includes an activity in the galleries, while learning about a work of art from the collection or exhibit.

SCREENING: BEIJING OLYMPICS OPENING CEREMONY SEGMENT “SCROLL”
9:00 PM & 10:00 PM | Grand Gallery, 2nd floor Shen Wei choreographed “Scroll” for the Beijing Olympics in 2008 as part the opening segment. The artists performed a dance while leaving their trails on a scroll of white paper, reminiscent of Chinese ink and wash painting. Enjoy this beautiful work of art that is a true testament to the a multi-faceted artist that is Shen Wei.

CHINESE BEER TASTING
9 – 11 PM | Grand Gallery, 2nd floor
Explore the different tastes and flavors in a variety of Chinese beers. Supplies are limited. Must show proof of age to be served alcohol.

Jul
18
Fri
Java in July
Jul 18 @ 6:00 pm – Jul 18 @ 11:59 pm
Java in July @ Crow Collection of Asian Art

Escape the heat and enjoy the shade and serenity of the Crow Collection of Asian Art Sculpture Garden. On this Indonesian-themed night, create your own traditional Indonesian puppet, learn about Indonesian textiles, and relax the night away by watching the popular Indonesian film Garuda di Dadaku.

Full list of events PDF here

ART ACTIVITY: CREATE A MAKARA
6–10 PM | Arbor Walk, 2nd floor

A Makara is a mythical composite, a creature with body parts of various animals joined together by imagination in art and lore. The hybrid power of the Makara is emphasized by combined parts of both terrestrial and aquatic animals. Foreparts are usually mammalian, although the jaws are sometimes described as like those of a crocodile, and hindquarters are taken from fish, birds, and reptiles. Most distinctively, Makaras have curled elephant- or manatee-like noses and wide, gaping jaws. Try your hand at creating your own custom Makara and be sure to stop by and visit with our most ancient piece in the Sculpture Garden.

ART ACTIVITY: WAYANG SHADOW PUPPETS
6–10 PM | Arbor Walk, 2nd floor

Wayang is a classical Javanese puppet drama that uses the shadows thrown by wayang kulit, shadow puppets made of perforated, elaborately painted leather. The puppets are manipulated by rods against a translucent screen lit from behind. Wayang plays are usually viewed on such important occasions as birthdays and anniversaries. The plays are set in mythological times and dramatize episodes from Hindu epics. When the characters are introduced, the figures representing the forces of good are on the right and the evil ones are on the left. Create and decorate your own shadow puppet to take home and experience your own wayang play.

PERFORMANCE: PEACOCK DANCE
6:45 PM | Grand Gallery, 2nd floor

The Peacock Dance, or Tari Merak, is a fairly recent creation from the Pasundan area of West Java, created by the choreographer Radin Tjetjep Somanti in the 1950’s. The movements of this dance performance imitates the male merak, or peacock, trying to get the attention of the female merak. Relax and enjoy as Tresna Sari Sulastomo depicts the grace and charm of this contemporary Indonesian dance.

GALLERY TALK & TOUR
7 PM, 8 PM & 9 PM | Grand Gallery, 2nd floor

Join a Crow Collection Gallery Educator for a unique tour experience that includes an activity in the galleries, while learning about a work of art from the collection or exhibition.

DEMONSTRATION: INDONESIAN BATIK
7 – 8 PM | Grand Gallery, 2nd floor

Batik is a technique of manual wax- resistant dyeing applied to whole cloth. The term also applies to the cloth made using this technique. It is made either by drawing dots and lines of the resist with a spouted tool called a canting, or by printing the resist with a copper stamp called a cap. The applied wax resists dyes and allows the artisan to color selectively by soaking the cloth in one color, removing the wax with boiling water, and repeating if multiple colors are desired. A tradition of making batik is found in various countries, including Nigeria, China, India, Malaysia, and Sri Lanka, howerver, the batik of Indonesia, is the most well-known. Indonesian batik made on the island of Java has a long history of acculturation, with diverse patterns influenced by a variety of cultures. Join Evie Thompson, a traditional batik Indonesian designer, for a demonstration of this technique and even try your own hand at this beautiful artform.

SAMPLING: ES CENDOL
7:30 – 9:30 PM | Jade Room, 2nd floor

Es Cendol is a popular Indonesian dessert drink made with coconut milk, green jelly noodles, and sugar palm and served over ice. The name cendol is related to, and probably originated from, the word jendol which means “bump” or “bulge”, in reference to the sensation of drinking and swallowing the green worm-like rice flour jelly. Stop by and try a sample of this fresh and unique dessert drink.

PERFORMANCE: KLANA MASK DANCE
8:15 PM | Grand Gallery, 2nd floor

The Klana Mask Dance, or Tari Topeng Klana, originated in West Java. This dance depicts Klana, a royal person who is rich but of bad character. He is greedy, hateful and cannot control his temper. This character is portrayed with a red mask. Sit back, relax and enjoy as Tresna Sari Sulastomo showcases this traditional Indonesian dance.

SCREENING: GARUDA DI DADAKU
9:30 PM | Grand Gallery, 2nd floor

Garuda di Dadaku (Garuda on my Chest) (2009) by director Ifa Isfansyah, is about Bayu, a young boy who dreams to play for Indonesia’s National Under 13 football team despite his grandfather’s wish for him to be an artist.

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Aug
15
Fri
A Night in India
Aug 15 @ 6:00 pm – Aug 15 @ 11:59 pm
A Night in India @ Crow Collection of Asian Art

Come celebrate India’s Independence Day here at the Crow Collection of Asian Art.  Relax and enjoy two traditional Indian Dance Performances by Indique Dance Company and Ahila Gulasekaram, while sipping on summer refreshments made by Ayurvedic nutritionist and practitioner Sapna Punjabi-Gupta.  If you are feeling patriotic, share your thoughts on our “What Does Freedom Mean to You?” community wall and create your own Indian flag to decorate your home.  Don’t miss your chance to show your pride for this great nation.

A Night In India program

ART ACTIVITY: FREEDOM BRACELETS

6–10 PM | Arbor Walk, 2nd floor

India’s Independence Day, a national holiday observed annually on August 15th, commemorates the nation’s independence from the United Kingdom in 1947. The holiday is observed throughout India with flag ceremonies, parades and cultural events. The Indian community celebrates the day by displaying the national flag on their attire, accessories, homes and vehicles. Show your pride by creating an Indian flag bracelet.

ART ACTIVITY: INDIAN FLAG BUNTING

6–10 PM | Arbor Walk, 2nd floor

On August 15, 1947, Jawaharlal Nehru, the first Prime Minister of India, raised the Indian national flag above the Lahore Gate of the Red Fort in Delhi. Since then, it has become a common tradition for India’s Prime Minister to raise the flag and give a speech on Independence Day. Create your own Indian flag bunting to adorn your home in remembrance of this day.

COMMUNITY ACTIVITY: FREEDOM WALL

6–10 PM | Jade Room, 2nd floor

India attained independence following an Independence Movement noted for largely nonviolent resistance and civil disobedience led by the Indian National Congress (INC). Mahatma Gandhi, a vital leader of the INC, said “Freedom is not worth having if it does not include the freedom to make mistakes.” Tell us what freedom means to you and share your thoughts and ideas on our community wall.

GOPI DOTS FACE PAINTING

6–8 PM | Jade Room, 2nd floor

Have your face painted with gopi dots by the artists from Your Enchanted Face. Gopi dots are a type of traditional Indian face painting used in weddings and festivals and can also be seen on deities. Face painting will be offered on a first come first serve basis.

LECTURE: DEVOTIONAL POETRY WITH DR. GARDNER HARRIS

6:30 PM | Grand Gallery, 2nd floor

Join Gardner Harris, Ph.D., Director of the Shraman South Asian Museum and Learning Center Foundation, for an intellectual discussion on devotional poetry.

GALLERY TALK & TOUR

7 PM, 8 PM & 9 PM | Grand Gallery, 2nd floor

Join a Crow Collection Gallery Educator for a unique tour experience that includes an activity in the galleries, while learning about a work of art from the collection or exhibition.

PERFORMANCE: FUSION INDIAN DANCE WITH INDIQUE DANCE COMPANY

8 PM | Grand Gallery, 2nd floor

Established in June 2008, Indique Dance Company has set its course to achieve an artistic composite of what is Indian and what is unique. The group represents a synergy of years of experience in a variety of Eastern and Western classical dance forms. Sit back, relax and enjoy as the Indique Dance Company showcases a fusion of traditional and contemporary Indian dances.

SAMPLING: INDIAN SPICED LIMEADE (SHIKANJI) BY SAPNA PUNJABI-GUPTA

7 – 9 PM | Grand Gallery, 2nd floor

Shikanji is a refreshing summer drink made with limes, roasted cumin seed powder and rock salt. Join Sapna Punjabi-Gupta, a Registered Clinical Dietitian and Ayurvedic Wellness Practitioner as she showcases her own recipe using the principles ofAyurveda, an ancient holistic medicine from India. Stop by and try a sample of this unique drink and pick up a complimentary recipe card.

PERFORMANCE: CLASSICAL INDIAN DANCE WITH AHILA GULASEKARAM

9 PM | Grand Gallery, 2nd floor

Ahila Gulasekaram has been nurturing her love for Bharata Natyam (Classical Indian Dance) for the past 30 years. She is a disciple of Ramya Harishankar, the award winning Artistic Director/Choreographer of the California based Arpana Dance Company (ADC). Ahila will highlight Abhinaya, an interpretive dance where the dancer uses hand gestures, facial expressions, and body language to communicate an idea or theme to the audience. This particular dance will portray the playful relationship between divine lovers Radha and Krishna.

SCREENING: THE STORY OF INDIA: FREEDOM

9:30 PM | Grand Gallery, 2nd floor

The Story of India is a BBC six-part documentary, written and presented by historian Michael Wood, about the history of India. The final episode, Freedom, examines the British Raj and India’s struggle for freedom, including the rise of Gandhi and Nehru, and the events that led to the Partition of India in 1947.

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A Night In India program

Sep
19
Fri
Travel To Asia
Sep 19 @ 6:00 pm – Sep 19 @ 11:59 pm
Travel To Asia @ Crow Collection of Asian Art

Join the Crow Collection of Asian Art in an East-West art and culture exchange.  Learn how to decorate your own hand fan, a tradition as old as the Song Dynasty, then practice signing your autograph on it after seeing your name written side by side in English and Chinese! Check out a performance by the Dallas Asian American Youth Orchestra, visit the Texas-sized world map exhibit to plan an adventure in Asia, or join a Gallery Educator for a unique tour of the collection. End the evening by enjoying the award-winning film Jiro Dreams of Sushi while sampling cocktails prepared with traditional ingredients from both Asian and American cultures.

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ART ACTIVITY: CHINESE HAND FANS
6–8 PM | Arbor Walk, 2nd floor
In the past, Chinese fans were used to signify a high social status. Today they are used to display grace in dances and personality traits of characters in theatrical plays or storytelling. Beat the heat and join us for fan making and even get your name written in Chinese.

COMMUNITY ACTIVITY: MAP OF ASIA
6–10 PM | Jade Room, 2nd floor
Ever wanted to travel to Asia? Well now is your chance to share where you would want to go in Asia on our community map of Asia.

COMMUNITY ACTIVITY: SAND RANGOLI
6–10 PM | Flora Street
Rangoli are intricate designs put on floors in courtyards or other significant sites in a home or public place that are made of colored sand, flour, rice, or even flowers. They are meant to ward off evil and invite and welcome Hindu deities into the space. Using actual stencils from India, help create a sand rangoli mural to adorn the entrance to the museum.

GAMES: DIABOLO JUGGLING, TUHO AND SHUTTLECOCK
6-10 PM | Flora Street
Stop by and learn how to play these traditional games. Evolved from the Chinese yo-yo, Diabolo Juggling is a game played by pulling the string and turning the axle repeatedly to make the diabolo rotate faster. Tuho is a traditional Chinese and Korean game that requires players to throw sticks into a large, ornate canister. As for Shuttlecock, Jianzi in Chinese, players aim to keep a heavily weighted shuttlecock in the air by using their bodies, apart from their hands. May the odds be ever in your favor.

PERFORMANCE: DALLAS ASIAN AMERICAN YOUTH ORCHESTRA
6:30 PM | Sculpture Garden
From traditional Western classical music to the music of Eastern Asia, the Dallas Asian American Youth Orchestra, DAAYO, will create a special blend of musical styles.

GALLERY TALK
7:30 PM | Grand Gallery, 2nd floor
Join a Crow Collection Gallery Educator for the start of a progressive tour through the Arts District. Tours begin at the Nasher at 6:30 PM and continue to the Dallas Museum of Art at 7:00 PM then complete your tour experience here at the Crow Collection.

PERFORMANCE: SAMUL NORI AND KOREAN DRUM DANCE WITH HANSOL SAMULNORI
7:30 PM | Flora Fountain
Samul nori is a genre of traditional percussion music originating in Korea. The word samul means “four objects” and nori means “play.” Literally, samul nori is performed with four traditional Korean musical instruments: Kkwaenggwari (a small gong), Jing (a larger gong), Janggu (an hourglass-shaped drum) and Buk (a barrel drum similar to the bass drum). Samul nori has its roots in Pungmulnori (literally “Korean traditional percussion instruments playing”), a Korean folk genre comprising music, acrobatics, folk dance, and rituals, which was traditionally performed in rice farming villages in order to ensure and to celebrate good harvests. Stop by and enjoy the beat of a different drum.

PERFORMANCE: JASMINES CHINESE DANCE TROUPE
8:30 PM | Grand Gallery, 2nd floor
Founded January 2008 in Plano, this group of experienced dancers specializes in Chinese classical and folk dance.

GALLERY CHALLENGE
8:30 PM | Link Asia, 2nd floor
Join a Crow Collection Gallery Educator for a unique tour experience that includes an activity in the galleries, while learning about a work of art from the collection or exhibit.

EAST MEETS WEST COCKTAIL TASTING
9 – 11 PM | Grand Gallery, 2nd floor
Explore the different tastes and flavors in a variety of Asian inspired cocktails. Supplies are limited. Must show proof of age to be served alcohol.

SCREENING: JIRO DREAMS OF SUSHI
10:00 PM | Grand Gallery, 2nd floor
Jiro Dreams of Sushi is a 2011 American documentary film directed by David Gelb. The film follows Jiro Ono, an 85-year-old sushi master and owner of Sukiyabashi Jiro, a Michelin three-star restaurant, on his continuing quest to perfect the art of sushi. The film also profiles Jiro’s two sons, both of whom are also sushi chefs. The younger son, Takashi, left Sukiyabashi Jiro to open a mirror image of his father’s restaurant in Roppongi Hills. The 50-year-old elder son, Yoshikazu, obligated to succeed his father, still works for Jiro and is faced with the prospect of one day taking over the flagship restaurant. Grab a cocktail and sit back and enjoy this enthralling look at a man’s pursuit of perfection through the art of sushi. 

Oct
17
Fri
Samurai Complete
Oct 17 @ 6:00 pm – Oct 17 @ 11:59 pm
Samurai Complete @ Crow Collection of Asian Art

Celebrate samurai! Join us for martial arts demonstrations with Dallas-Fort Worth Kendo and Iaido Kyokai using authentic Japanese swords or take part in an interactive discussion about samurai culture with collector Ray Jobe.  Then experience the softer side of Japanese art with instruction by Motoko Ishihara, an expert in Ikebana flower arrangement. Finish off the evening with a late night Japanese film screening!

ART ACTIVITY: IKEBANA FLOWER ARRANGEMENT

6 PM, 7PM, and 8 PM | Jade Room, 2nd floor

Learn the secrets of Ikebana flower arrangement from expert Motoko Ishihara.

PERFORMANCE: DALLAS-FORT WORTH KENDO AND IAIDO KYOKAI

7:30 PM and 8:30 PM | Main Plaza

View a martial art demonstration of Kendo and Iaido disciplines followed by discussions with Collector Ray Jobe about samurai culture and an opportunity to examine authentic swords and their furnishings.

Nov
21
Fri
A Night In India
Nov 21 @ 6:00 pm – 11:59 pm
A Night In India @ Crow Collection of Asian Art

Step into the world of famous painter B.G. Sharma with the new exhibition Seeing and Believing: Krishna in the Art of B. G. Sharma. Embodying Krishna’s varied nature, the paintings reflect both the reciprocal relationship of divine and devotional love between deity and devotee, as well as, his penchant for mischief. See these themes come to life with activities provided by members from the Sri Sri Radha Kalachandji Mandir Hare Krishna Temple. Also you won’t want to miss an Indian Garba dance, Gopi dots face painting, and Indian fashion display.

 

A Night in India Schedule

COMMUNITY ACTIVITY: KRISHNA SCENE

6–10 PM | Arbor Walk, 2nd floor

Stop by and contribute to our community wall that depicts Krishna among his favorite Surabhi cows, Mangala (auspicious), Pingali (yellow), Ganga (Ganges River), Pishangi (reddish), Manikastani (jeweled chest), Hamsi (white swan) and Vamshipriya (the lover of the flute).

DISPLAY: DEITY FASHION

6–10 PM | Grand Gallery, 2nd floor

In the International Society for Krishna Consciousness (ISKCON) tradition, deities are considered living entities and thus served and honored from morning to night. Dressing the deities is one form of devotion, with richly embroided garments being changed daily, along with jewelry and fresh flowers. Come have a look at a set of garments intended for Krishna and his consort Radha, provided by members of the Radha Kalachandji temple.

PERFORMANCE: KRISHNA AND RADHA’S LOVE IN MUSIC

6:30 PM | Grand Gallery, 2nd floor

Join special guest, Professor Rita Ganguly, in an exploration of Krishna and Radha’s love through traditional Indian music. This performance will feature sitarist and ethnomusicologist Dr. Amie Maciszewski, tabla player Jason Taj, Amir Khan on the sarangi and Megna Kothari on the tanpura. The ensemble will introduce each performance piece briefly, explaining the lyrics and the formal structure and genre. Come learn from one of India’s most revered vocalist and dramatist and discover the musical poetic expression of the divine love-play of Radha and Krishna.

DEMONSTRATION: KIRTANS

6:30 PM | Mezzanine

Kirtan is a devotional worship of Krishna through the means of music and meditative chants. All the traditional scriptures of India highly regard kirtan of Krishna’s holy names as the most effective form of meditation and ritual for the modern age. Discover the kirtans that are used as part of the worship of Krishna at the Radha Kalachandji temple.

GOPI DOTS FACE PAINTING

6:30-8:30 PM | Jade Room, 2nd floor

Have your face painted with Gopi dots by members of the Radha Kalachandji temple. Gopi dots are a type of traditional Indian face painting used in weddings and festivals and can also be seen on deities. Face painting will be offered on a first come first serve basis.

PERFORMANCE: SURSANGAM DANCE COMPANY

7:30 PM | Grand Gallery, 2nd floor

SurSangam Dance Company’s goal is to help teenage Indian American children maintain their cultural roots through dance. Sunita Narayana, of the SurSangam Dance Company, will be performing a dance to a Tamil song about Krishna, called Mukunda Mukunda. It is a song that glorifies Krishna as Mukunda, which means “He who delivers mukti (liberation).” This song is a glorification of Krishna’s mercy as One grants freedom from Maya (illusion) and bestows liberation.

PERFORMANCE: SURSANGAM DANCE COMPANY

8:30 PM | Grand Gallery, 2nd floor

Anissa and Anjali Mangrola and Sunita Narayana, of the Sursangam Dance Company are performing a dance to a Hindi song about Lord Krishna titled Mann Mohana. In this song, Radha expresses her love for Lord Krishna and how she yearns for his presence in her journey of life. Grab a seat and enjoy this beautiful form of storytelling.

PERFORMANCE: THE BRIDGE

9:00 PM | Grand Gallery, 2nd floor

The Bridge is comprised of four acclaimed musicians who form a cultural bridge between east and west by fusing American jazz with the music of India and the Middle East. Master improvisers as well as technically accomplished instrumentalists, they bring the best elements of eastern and western music to create an exciting and unique entertainment experience. The Bridge includes Jamal Mohamed and Poovalur Sriji (Percussion), Fred Hamilton (Strings) and Jonathan Jones (Woodwinds).

GALLERY CHALLENGE

8:30 PM | Mezzanine

Join a Crow Collection Gallery Educator for a unique tour experience that includes an activity in the galleries, while learning about a work of art from the collection or exhibit.

SCREENING: DIETIES FROM ISKCON TEMPLES

10:00 PM | Grand Gallery, 2nd floor

Enjoy this slideshow of dieties from International Society for Krishna Consciousness (ISKCON) temples from all around the world.

A Night in India Schedule