Asia Society Texas Center

Asia Society Texas Center, founded in 1979 and revitalized in 2012 with a new 40,000-square-foot facility in Houston’s Museum District, showcases the dynamic cultures of Asia. Designed by renowned architect Yoshio Taniguchi, the Center offers engaging exhibitions, live art performances, and educational programs.

Visitors can expect an immersive experience with activities like the vibrant Lunar New Year festival, thought-provoking policy discussions, and innovative arts showcases. Highlights include the ‘Explore Asia’ exhibition and diverse cultural events like the Night Market and Women’s Leadership Series. This institution not only serves as a cultural bridge but also as a place where art, dialogue, and ideas thrive, reflecting the rich tapestry of Asian and Asian American life and promoting inclusivity and understanding in the community.