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Panel Discussion / New York
Can Shinzo Abe’s “Womenomics” campaign unleash the economic power of women to revitalize the Japanese economy?
Discussion / Hong Kong
This panel invites four native Hong Kong artists, with divergent yet complimentary practices to comment on how the urban context has inspired them as artists.
Special Event / New York
Asia Society's intimate Collectors Dinner will honor distinguished art historian and curator Dr. Pratapaditya Pal.
Discussion / Hong Kong
This forum will invite four emerging young artists whose artistic voice meaningfully reference the age-old “ink aesthetic” with the use of new artistic media and techniques.
Performance / Texas
This unique performance explores classical and contemporary music from the United States, China, Taiwan, and beyond.
Discussion / Hong Kong
This panel will discuss the history and the mission of each organization and compare and contrast how the ethos of each institution preserves the notion that art and landscape are intrinsically linked.
Lecture / New York
Learn more about Myanmar's Buddhist art from one of the guest curators of the first exhibition in the West focusing on works of art from collections in Myanmar.
Special Event / Hong Kong
Asia Society Hong Kong Center will be hosting a booth at Art Basel's show in Hong Kong, 2015.
Discussion / Hong Kong
This panel aims to explore the current trends of media arts, with the intention of uncovering how new modes of production, distribution, and exhibition have fundamentally changed the landscape of cultures.
Family Activity / Texas
This family day celebrates new beginning through an exploration of spring holidays in Asia.
Special Event / New York
Nowruz, the Persian New Year, marks the beginning of spring. Discover the spirit of Nowruz with traditional music, dance and crafts from Central Asia and Iran.
Panel Discussion / Hong Kong
This panel will discuss the salient features of how the internet has revolutionized the art market, re-defined the typology of collectors, and augmented the various methodologies of collecting.