October – November 2013

See Exhibitions

Garden Party and Street Festival  @ Crow Collection of Asian Art | Dallas | Texas | United States
Sat Oct 05 2013 10:00 am — 4:00 pm Free Family Day | Adventure Asia
The Crow Collection’s Sculpture Garden kicks off in full force with a street festival including activities, food trucks, guided tours of the Sculpture Garden, and entertainment galore! With performances [...]
Japanese Art Symposium @ Crow Collection of Asian Art | Dallas | Texas | United States
Sat Oct 12 2013 2:00 pm — 4:00 pm Community Engagement Featured Events
In partnership with Kokusai Tosogu Kai (KTK ), an international non-profit group devoted to the study, research and publication of accouterments of the Japanese Samurai Sword, the Crow [...]
Wednesday Art in Context Series at the Kimbell Art Museum: Karin Oen, PhD @ Kimbell Art Museum Auditorium | Fort Worth | Texas | United States
Wed Oct 16 2013 12:30 pm — 1:30 pm Community Engagement Featured Events
Admonition in the Garden: Chinese Scholar-Artists in Retreat Karin Oen, PhD In China, scholar-artists have a complex relationship with nature, which served both as inspiration and as a [...]
Otsukimi: Moon Viewing Celebration  @ Winfrey Point | Dallas | Texas | United States
Thu Oct 17 2013 6:30 pm — 9:30 pm Community Engagement Featured Events
The Japan America Society celebrates the full autumn moon each year with an outdoor picnic, Japanese music, and haiku poetry. Although not commonly observed in modern-day Japan, the [...]
EnLIGHTenment @ Crow Collection of Asian Art | Dallas | Texas | United States
Fri Oct 18 2013 6:00 pm — Midnight Block Party | After Dark Featured Events Featured
EnLIGHTen yourself at the Crow Collection as you light up your night at Aurora 2013. Learn about different traditions that light up the night all across Asia, [...]
Celebrate Diwali!  @ Crow Collection of Asian Art | Dallas | Texas | United States
Sat Nov 02 2013 10:00 am — 2:00 pm Free Family Day | Adventure Asia
Diwali is a festival of lights celebrated throughout India and among Indians worldwide. Hindus, Jains, and Sikhs commemorate different auspicious events, but each is a moment of victory [...]