The Asian Art Museum’s myriad public programs explore the art and cultures represented in the museum’s collection and special exhibitions. The museum offers programs for visitors of all ages, and for all levels of knowledge of Asian art and culture, from novice through expert.
The Asian Art Museum’s fun Family Programs allow parents and children to explore the many aspects of Asian art and culture together. Family Programs are free with museum admission, and kids 12 and under always get in FREE! All programs are subject to change without notice. Please call (415) 581-3500 for updates.
Art opens the mind and awakens the heart to infinite possibilities. An accessible and inspiring environment for educators and students, the Asian Art Museum illuminates the arts and cultures of Asia. We offer a variety of inquiry-based school tours that support California Content Standards, educator programs for the educational community, and an array of educational resources such as lessons, activities, videos, images, books, curriculum guides, hands-on materials, poster kits, consultations, and more.
Asian art and culture comes to life through live performances at the Asian Art Museum. Performances throughout the year encompass dance, music, storytelling, theater and more.
The Education department would like to thank the following foundations and corporations for their generous grants. Major support for education programs is provided by the Freeman Foundation. Additional support is provided by the William Randolph Hearst Foundation, Stanley S. Langendorf Foundation, Joseph R. McMicking Foundation, the Robert and Helen Odell Fund, the Mary Tanenbaum Fund, JPMorgan Chase, Citigroup Foundation, and Dodge & Cox. Major support for AsiaAlive has been provided by the Wallace Foundation, Wells Fargo, and the Walter & Elise Haas Fund.
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