at 200 Larkin St, San Francisco, 94102 United States
Howdy. We're the largest museum in the Western world devoted exclusively to Asian art. With 18,000 objects and 6,000 years of history, we're here to share what we love with you.
Vision With Asia as our lens and art as our cornerstone, we spark connections across cultures and through time, igniting curiosity, conversation, and creativity. Asia is not one place. The ideas and ideals that we call Asian are countless and diverse. Some of the works we display pre-date written history. Others were recently created. Many have connections to works from other continents and other millennia. We explore these links, provoking discovery, debate, and inspiration. At the Asian Art Museum, artistic and educational programs empower visitors to discover the relevance of great artworks in profoundly personal ways. Immersed in our galleries, visitors ponder the universal values found in human expression. Through the bustle of daily programs, students of the world steep in cultures through art, music, dance, and tradition. In the clamor of our classrooms, children build bridges to old and new worlds. This is the vision of our Asian Art Museum. Mission Our mission is to lead a diverse global audience in discovering the unique material, aesthetic, and intellectual achievements of Asian art and culture.
The Asian Art Museum is easily accessible by several Bay Area public transportation systems. To plan a trip using public transportation, please call one of the following numbers: San Francisco Muni: 415.673.6864 BART: 510.464.6000 Golden Gate Transit: 415.923.2000 AC Transit: 510.817.1717 SamTrans: 800.660.4287 Or use this link to find out how to get to the museum by car, public transit, or foot! http://is.gd/hPh1 Walking Directions from the Civic Center BART/MUNI Station: The museum is located 1 block west of the Civic Center station. Leave the station by the Grove Street exit. Proceed upstairs to street level. Walk one block north on Hyde to Fulton. Make a left on Fulton. Walk one block west (toward City Hall) on Fulton to Larkin. Make a right on Larkin. Enter the museum at 200 Larkin Street.
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Today is National Heroes' Day in the Philippines. It acknowledges the countless men and women (known and unknown) who dedicated their lives to the country's freedom, independence and development. Speaking of which, Filipino American History Month is October. We'll be celebrating on Sunday, October 5 with our FREE Filipino American History Month event, an occasion to honor the Filipino community's contributions to the Bay Area and beyond. https://www.facebook.com/events/924770937537991/
Today we're giving a shout-out to the fierce feminine divine. The Buddhist goddess Vajra Tara (AKA 💎 Diamond Tara or ⚡️ Thunderbolt Tara) is a provider of magical protection. Taking on many forms varying in color and energy, Tara is often credited for longevity, compassion and creation in the universe. bit.ly/VajraTara
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What if the poetry of the soul was read back by something without a soul - the piano itself? http://www.cmrubinworld.com/the-global-search-for-education-play-it-again-spirio
Without Shame - Short films by Asians and Pacific Islanders affected by HIV. A short film screening at Asian Art Museum in San Francisco by Asian & Pacific Islander Wellness Center. #WithoutShame #APIHAAD
The colors of captivating calla, dragon-like dracaena and hidden heliconia have us summer ready. Hey banana fans! 🍌 Heliconia and bananas were considered part of the same plant family. Doppelgänger much? Designed by Diane Coughtry of the Asian Art Museum Flower Committee. #weeklyikebana
Looking forward to seeing you all next weekend at Asian Art Museum!
Listen. You don't have to be a foodie to love great food. Next up on the #TastingMenu is food superstar and founder of LUCKYRICE, Danielle Chang. In just a week from today, Chang will treat the museum to a fun foodfest drawing connections to an object from our collection. Sample her instant kimchi and get the inside scoop on her partnerships with top chefs to celebrate Asian cuisine, 2 PM. bit.ly/AAMxLUCKYRICE
Our seated #338Buddha (and celebrity masterpiece) is getting a lot of well-deserved T.L.C. these days. For a limited time, see our Buddha seated in front of the mountainous landscape of the Hebei province where this object was made AND take a 360 spin of the object using a touch pad nearby. What makes it a masterpiece you ask? The inscription "338" on its base makes this the earliest dated Buddha sculpture from China in the WORLD... and YOU get to see it.
Artsy, a website whose mission is to make all the world’s art accessible to anyone with an Internet connection, recently published "An Insider's Guide to Navigating the San Francisco Art Scene" which does a lovely job of highlighting and planning an art lover's afternoon in any of several neighborhoods. We thought we'd pluck out just five of the Epicenter-sf area mentions from the list and highlight what's happening there this weekend. [ 988 more words. ] http://www.epicenter-sf.org/arts-arts-arts-five-epicenter-sf-area-highlights-for-this-weekend/ The Luggage Store Gallery Tenderloin Museum Root Division SF Camerawork Asian Art Museum
Hope, strength and resiliency take center stage on May 19. Witness powerful personal stories created by Asian and Pacific Islander community filmmakers across the nation at a special community screening next Thurs evening in honor of A&PI HIV/AIDS Awareness Day. Each video explores identity, culture and stigma for A&PIs living with or affected by HIV. Don't miss it, 7 PM. Psst: the museum will be open late that evening, so bring your friends. It's just ⚡️ $5 after 5 PM ⚡️ Presented with our friends at Asian & Pacific Islander Wellness Center : bit.ly/AAMxAPIWellness
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It's swine 'n dine time! Three Bay Area chefs recreate the "meat-shaped stone" for #EmperorsTreasures (which opens June 17). Stay tuned. Much more #PricelessPorkBelly to come!
Hello Oakland Asian Cultural Center friends! Our friends, Asian Art Museum, offered us a very special code. Use "AAMFRIEND" as the discount code to get $2 off general admission online tickets through the end of May! http://www.asianart.org/visit/ticketing
It's National Eat What You Want Day and believe us—we're gonna! In celebration of the U.S. debut of the world-famous "meat-shaped stone" featured in our summer show #EmperorsTreasures, we'll be serving up our take on the #PricelessPorkBelly in Cafe Asia starting June 17. Mouth watering for more? Stay tuned for deets on our month-long porkfest (COMING SOON): bit.ly/emperorstreasures.
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Turn the corner on our second floor and you may find yourself transported through time and space with "Oracle Bones," the third film in Ranu Mukherjee's #EXTRACTEDTrilogy. Oracle bones—used in the Shang dynasty to divine the future—are the first known mention of Xi Mu (the Queen Mother of the West). Through the lens of the Western Mother, Mukherjee explores the role of women within the Chinese Exclusion Act of 1882. Now on view.
⚡️ $5 after 5 PM ⚡️ FREE with museum admission Witness powerful, personal stories created by Asian and Pacific Islander community filmmakers across the nation at a special community screening with API Wellness Center. Honoring the the hope, strength, and resiliency of A&PI communities on National A&PI HIV/AIDS Awareness Day, May 19.