Immerse yourself in Asian flavors, traditions & talent at AsiaFest 2022 at Asia Society Texas Center

Catch traditional dances from many cultures at AsiaFest 2022 | Courtesy of Asia Society Texas

Celebrate a decade of cultural exploration at the free, family-friendly AsiaFest 2022 at Asia Society Texas Center on Saturday, June 11, 2022 from 11am to 5pm.

A decade after Asia Society Texas opened its elegantly designed space in Museum District, the center for cultural discovery and exchange celebrates with a free festival on those very grounds, offering an opportunity to explore the traditions, cultures and foods of different regions across Asia.

Take in traditional dance and music performances from seven Asian countries, including Indonesia, Pakistan and the Philippines; learn about the ancient Chinese sport of dragon boat racing with demonstrations on the front lawn; and immerse yourself in all-ages cultural activities that can beef up your knowledge of Urdu, tap into creativity with crafts like Singapore-inspired summer fans and colorful India-inspired paper flowers, rile up a good time with games and toys from Korea and Japan, and more.

Throughout the event, you can also get a free look at Making Home: Artists and Immigration, Asia Society Texas’ exhibition now in its final weeks that explores the individual, lived experiences of immigration through its featured artists Phung Huynh, Beili Liu, Tuan Andrew Nguyen, and Amanda Phingbodhipakkiya.

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Get hands-on with cultural crafts from across the Asia region | Courtesy of Asia Society Texas

AsiaFest 2022 at Asia Society Texas Center

AsiaFest 2022 celebrates Asia Society Texas’ 10th Anniversary | Courtesy of Asia Society Texas

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