Crow Collection of Asian Art
Texas’s own Crow family loved to collect Asian art and artifacts on their frequent global treks. Now we can all enjoy them on our journey to their namesake museum. This legacy collection has 600 fine examples of art from Japan, China, India, Korea and Southeastern Asia in three museum galleries.
The galleries are connected by the glass Skybridge, which gives visitors a bird’s eye view of the Dallas Arts District, where the Crow is located adjacent to the Trammell Crow Center.
The CCAA also has a serene sculpture garden.
The jade collection alone is considered one of the finest in the country.
Things to Do
At each monthly “Adventure Asia” program, families with children can experience a unique facet of Asian culture and art. There will be performances, face painting, stories, and of course, art!
Kids ages two and up are also invited to come to the monthly family yoga class with their caregiver on the first Saturday of the month at 11 a.m. Stretch it out surrounded by priceless works of art.
The CCAA calendar specializes in wellness activities including meditation, Tai Chi, lectures, Qigong and restorative yoga. Some events have a small fee and can be reserved in advance.
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