Engage with Asia virtually! Explore our online collection, exhibitions, collaborative projects and more.
Inaugurated in spring 2019, Asia North is a collaborative community celebration that recognizes, showcases, and honors the art, culture and the Asian heritage of Greater Baltimore, especially the Korean history of Baltimore’s Charles North community.Browse the Asia North Homepage
Explore the AA&CC's new online art database through the Albert S. Cook Library Digital Collections. Updates to the database are ongoing as we continue to digitize and upload objects from the collection.Browse the Collection Online
Explore and reflect upon the many practices, approaches to, and reasons for meditation through this online exhibition which includes objects from the Asian Arts & Culture Center’s permanent art collection and more. Adapted from the exhibition Meditation, on display in the Asian Arts Gallery, September - December 2014.Browse the online exhibition
In Spring 2019, the Baltimore Asian Pasifika Arts Collective (BAPAC), in partnership with Cohesion Theatre Company, produced Tornkid, an original play by NY-based playwright Katelynn Kenney. Tornkid draws on the power of Asian and Pacific mythology and folklore to explore identity and unearth how ancient female narratives can provide guidance towards healing our broken world. The AA&CC created these informational posters to give some background on the mythology and folklore that helped inspire Tornkid.Learn about the mythology of "Tornkid"
What can art objects from distant times and places express about the identity of the people and the cultures depicted in them? Local Learning invited the AA&CC to create this online learning module in conjunction with the first volume of the Journal of Folklore and Education to expand on the theme "Dress to Express: Exploring Culture and Identity."Browse the AA&CC's Dress to Express Museum Module
In spring 2015, the AA&CC presented the Japanese American National Museum's traveling exhibition of photographs by Kip Fulbeck and curated by master tattoo artist and author Takahiro Kitamura that explored the mastercraftsmanship and ongoing influence of traditional Japanese tattooing. With a unique display designed by Fulbeck to reference the craft’s roots in ukiyo-e and other Japanese art forms, the exhibition showcased both the splendor and the intricacy of modern tattooing. Listen to this audio tour of internationally-acclaimed Japanese-style tattoo artists talking about their works.Browse to the Perseverance Audio Tour