Nov
3
Sat
Jade Ball 2018 | The Crow at Twenty
Nov 3 @ 11:00 pm – Nov 4 @ 4:45 am

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The Crow Museum of Asian Art will celebrate its 2nd annual Jade Ball Gala on November 3, 2018.

We anticipate close to 400 guests for this black-tie evening of dinner, exhibition viewing, and entertainment. This year’s gala celebrates THE CROW AT 20, honoring 20 years of diverse cultural exhibitions and programs and educational outreach to the community. Newly branded as the Crow MUSEUM of Asian Art, this name change reflects the institution’s forward commitment to sharing the collection to the city now and for future generations. The updated and expanded galleries will offer more space to attract international exhibitions and showcase the permanent collection. The Pearl Art Studio is dedicated year-round to art-making, workshops, and community collaborations for participants of all ages and backgrounds.

Generous donors to the silent auction not only support the Crow’s mission to love and celebrate the arts and cultures of Asia, but also contribute to the fun and excitement of the evening. Guests will have the opportunity to outbid others in a spirited race to win coveted items and experience packages, and most importantly help to raise funds supporting the Museum’s many education initiatives that reach out to more than 40,000 school-age children every year. In addition, silent auction donors will enjoy logo and name recognition in the evening program, website, and throughout the evening.

To reserve your table or purchase tickets, please contact Caroline Kim, Director of Development, at (214) 258-6466 or ckim@crowcollection.org.

Jade Ball 2018 Sponsor Packet

Nov
17
Sat
After Dark: Kites at Night
Nov 17 @ 12:00 am – 6:00 am
The Eclipse, 2017. Paper, acrylic, screen prints, bamboo, write, and cotton thread. Dimensions vary. Photo courtesy of Leila Heller Gallery, Dubai.

The Eclipse, 2017. Paper, acrylic, screen prints, bamboo, write, and cotton thread. Dimensions vary. Photo courtesy of Leila Heller Gallery, Dubai.

Spend some time under the new installation, Nuvole, part of the exhibition JACOB HASHIMOTO: Clouds and Chaos.

Literally meaning clouds, Nuvole is comprised of woodblock-printed kite-like discs hung overhead like a looming cloud. Throughout your evening, enjoy Japanese kite making, meditations in the clouds, and printmaking and demonstrations.

Dec
4
Tue
Self-Care for the Holidays – The Ayurvedic Way
Dec 4 @ 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm
Self-Care for the Holidays - The Ayurvedic Way @ Crow Museum of Asian Art Offices located at 2001 Ross Ave. Ste. 3550

Join us for a monthly Wellness lecture series The Ayurvedic Way by Sapna Punjabi-Gupta the first Friday of every month from noon to 1:00 PM.

Self-Care for the Holidays – The Ayurvedic Way

Happy Holidays! Tis the season for family time, get-togethers, and travel. It is also the season for stress, overindulgence, and multiple social commitments. Join Sapna Punjabi-Gupta, as she shares simple and practical ways to incorporate the ancient wisdom of Ayurveda effortlessly to help us not only survive but also thrive during the holiday season.

  • Learn how the doshas can get affected during this busy time of the year and how to focus on balancing them.
  • Self-care routines during this busy time and how to avoid post-holiday fatigue.
  • Super spices to include to brighten up your holiday table – including recipes and remedies to avoid holiday blues.

Sapna will also bring some spiced samples to try and along with her heirloom products to shop. Her unique spiced products make the perfect gifts for the holiday season.

Free two-hour parking validation for Members of the Crow, please bring your parking ticket to the class.

Sapna Punjabi-Gupta is a Culinary Dietitian and an Ayurvedic Wellness Expert. She has been a Wellness Advisor for the Crow Collection of Asian Art and conducts interactive wellness workshops for the public. Sapna combines her Indian roots and western training to inspire and educate others by emphasizing mindful eating, the healing power of food and spices, and several Ayurvedic practices as strategies to improve one’s overall health and wellbeing. She has been recognized as the Ayurveda Ambassador of Dallas by D Magazine.

She is the creative force behind her company Naivedhya, teaches wellness workshops, interactive cooking classes and offers a line of heirloom spice products.

Sapna’s YouTube Channel – Be.Spiced provides a visual access to culinary wellness combining her personal stories and recipes for a modern palate.

Jan
19
Sat
MasterMind Immersive Mindfulness Training
Jan 19 @ 2:30 pm – 9:30 pm
MasterMind Immersive Mindfulness Training @ Center for Contemplative Leadership, 2001 Ross Ave. Ste. 3550, Dallas, TX 75201

Learn how to use mindfulness to bring great awareness, ease, energy, and freedom into daily life. MasterMind facilitators will take participants on a journey through the historical evolution of mindfulness, important brain health benefits of practice, the study of the pillars of mindfulness, and various mindfulness techniques—all in a supportive environment structured to lay the foundation for a sustainable personal practice.

This training is two days:
Saturday 8:30am – 3:30pm
Sunday 8:30am – 12:30pm

Jan
20
Sun
MasterMind Immersive Mindfulness Training
Jan 20 @ 2:30 pm – 9:30 pm
MasterMind Immersive Mindfulness Training @ Center for Contemplative Leadership, 2001 Ross Ave. Ste. 3550, Dallas, TX 75201

Learn how to use mindfulness to bring great awareness, ease, energy, and freedom into daily life. MasterMind facilitators will take participants on a journey through the historical evolution of mindfulness, important brain health benefits of practice, the study of the pillars of mindfulness, and various mindfulness techniques—all in a supportive environment structured to lay the foundation for a sustainable personal practice.

This training is two days:
Saturday 8:30am – 3:30pm
Sunday 8:30am – 12:30pm

Feb
9
Sat
Chinese New Year Festival 2019
Feb 9 @ 5:00 pm – 10:00 pm

Chinese New Year 2019Join us at NorthPark Center

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.

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