The Cincinnati Asian Art Society sponsors monthly programs, generally from September through May.
Many of our programs are free and open to the public. Other programs are for members only. To learn about becoming a member, please see our Join Page.
|Diverse Textile Traditions of India||Sun. Sept. 23, 2018||2:00 PM||Cincinnati Art Museum||Three collectors will discuss and display folk and sacred Indian textiles.||FREE Public Program|
|Collecting Calligraphy: Islamic World||Sun. Oct. 14, 2018||2:00 PM||Cincinnati Art Museum||Ainsley Cameron, South Asian Curator, CAM, discusses Islamic Calligraphy and illustration.||FREE Public Program|
|Asian Art at the Dayton Art Institute||Sun. Nov. 11, 2018||2:00 PM||Dayton Art Institute||Curator led tour of Asian galleries and new Buddhist Gallery||MEMBERS ONLY|
|The Fabric of India||Sun. Dec. 2, 2018||2:00 PM||Cincinnati Art Museum||Professor Sandhu discusses multiple textile traditions in the fall exhibition.||FREE Public Program|
|Mokuhanga Workshop||Sat. March 30, 2019||10 AM - 12 PM||Tiger Lily Press||How traditional Japanese woodblock prints were created, limited, $10 per person||MEMBERS ONLY|
|Mokuhanga: Japanese Woodblock Prints||Sun. March 31, 2019||2:00 PM||Cincinnati Art Museum||Artist and author April Vollmer shares her knowledge of traditional Japanese woodblook print techniquess.||FREE Public Program|
|Shared Harmonies: The Art of Chinese Music||Sun. May 19, 2019||2:00 PM||Cincinnati Art Museum, Fath Auditorium||5th Annual Asian Art Lecture with musician, Ming Ke and curator, Hou-mei-Sung||FREE Public Program|
|Tensions and Intersections||Spring 2019||2:00 PM||Cincinnati Art Museum||Learn about UC Professor Dr. Edson Cabalfin's collaboration with Philippine archtects to create an installation at the 2018 Venice Biennale.||FREE Public Program|
|Japanese Art History Lecture||Spring 2019||2:00 PM||Cincinnati Art Museum||In collaboration with the Asian Studies Department, UC.||FREE Public Program|
|The Art of Sri Lankan Cooking||Spring 2019||TBD||To be announced to members||Two Sri Lankan chefs will prepare a feast with recipes from the crossroads of the Spice Trade and Europe.||MEMBERS ONLY|