Asia Society Texas Center, Houston
Categories: Specialty Museums, Museums
Asia Society Texas Center is part of a leading global educational organization that promotes mutual understanding and strengthens partnerships among peoples, leaders, and institutions of Asia and the United States. Across the fields of arts, business, culture, education, and policy, Asia Society Texas Center provides insight, generates ideas, and promotes collaboration to connect Americans and Asians for a shared future. Asia Society Texas Center officially opened its headquarters, which was designed by famed Japanese architect Yoshio Taniguchi, in April 2012. Part of the international Asia Society, which has offices in 11 of the world’s leading cities, the Texas Center works to promote mutual understanding and strengthen partnerships among people, leaders and institutions both here and in Asia.Plan to visit Asia Society Texas Center and other customer-reviewed, writer-recommended Houston attractions using our Houston itinerary builder.
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Went to see the Drepung Loseling monks do this amazing sand art demonstration. The monks made it look easy. Guests were then invited to try doing it at a separate table and you immediately realized ho... read more »
Visit here now and enjoy their lobby gallery exhibit. It's small and very nice. Free to 6 pm. Street park nearby, read signs or in their lot for $5 . (Vaidated if you have lunch). This is a fantastic ... read more »
My wife and I decided to visit this location since has free admission to its main gallery and then advertised free admission through the month of June for its special exhibit gallery. We first tried t... read more »
Amazing space for events. I hosted several events at the facility in 2014. The space is amazing, convenient for visitors and offers free parking as well as easy access via rail. The in-house caterer was easy to work with and the variety of food was always tasty and well received. They worked within our budget to find best menu options for our audiences/guests.
Beautiful space & an interesting mix of community events
Went here for the first time for the AsiaFest. Very cool modern building with lots to see.
A. J. Varner
Beautiful facility. Very interesting exhibits and a wide-range of events related to Asian culture. I am thankful such a place exists. Check it out and become a member.
i enjoy dis centre lots
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