The Asian Art Society was founded in 1975 and plays an integral role in supporting the Asian Art Department through acquisitions, workshops and symposia, lectures, and exhibitions. The group meets formally twice a year for lectures by outstanding scholars. Sponsored by the Asian Art Society, these lectures are free and open to the public. The group also hosts an annual spring reception for members and invited guests. Throughout the year, an informal Study Group meets over lunch to discuss a topic concerning Asian art. Travel opportunities to Asia, as well as to local and national events involving Asian art, are also a part of this support group’s mission.
$250 per member
$100 per junior member (under 40)
$50 per student member, with valid full-time student ID
Private Reception and Tour of Lethal Beauty: Samurai Weapons and Armor
Sunday, June 29, 2014
Tour will begin at 4:30PM
We will gather in Oscar’s Café for wine and snacks prior to the tour, which will be led by Senior Curator and Curator of Asian Art Don Wood, Ph.D. The reception will continue after the tour.
RSVP to Carrie Montgomery at firstname.lastname@example.org or 254.2086 by Thursday, June 26.