Founded in 1998 by Trammell and Margaret Crow, the Crow Museum of Asian Art of The University of Texas at Dallas inspires and promotes learning and dialogue about the arts and cultures of Asia through its exhibitions, the research and preservation of its collections, artistic and educational programming, and visitor experience and engagement. The museum accomplishes this in accordance with the highest professional standards and through collaboration with diverse audiences and community partners within North Texas and throughout the world. Free and open to the public and with an array of beautiful spaces and galleries, the downtown museum offers a serene setting for quiet reflection in the heart of the Dallas Arts District. In 2019, the Crow family gifted the collection to The University of Texas at Dallas in honor of its founders and to ensure its preservation and care in perpetuity. A second location designed by Morphosis Architects will open by 2024 as part of a larger campus arts and performance complex. Learn more at crowmuseum.org.





UTD Location Information: The admin building is home to many important offices, including the Provost, President, and the Crow Museum of Asian Art! If you ever get a chance, stop by AD 3.102 to say hi to the Crow Museum of Asian Art staff and learn more about upcoming events and activities.

Departments located in the Administration Building include Communications, Human Resources, President, Provost and Research. There also are classrooms and labs.

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Your next location is where students interested in arts and technology go to take studio classes and participate in motion capture labs.