The Art of Jade

Florida State University's John and Mable Ringling Museum of Art features an exhibit on Chinese jade.

Chinese Lacquer 1200-1800

This exhibition highlights the Museum's Chinese and Ryukyu island (better known as Okinawa) lacquers and includes many important loans, showcasing the wide variety of techniques, styles, and forms of lacquer, as well as its uses.

Twilight: Chinese Paintings on the Eve of the Xinhai Revolution

The Honolulu Academy of Arts presents exhibits a selection of 19th-century Chinese paintings by three artists.

Red: Ming Dynasty/Mark Rothko

The Freer | Sackler Gallery is currently hosting the exhibition, "Red: Ming Dynasty/Mark Rothko."

Fusion Friday: Royal Taste

USC Pacific Asia Museum hosts a special evening viewing of the new exhibit, Royal Taste.

Cornerstones of a Great Civilization

The Portland Art Museum presents masterworks of ancient Chinese art.

The Origins of the Dunhuang Manuscripts

The Ho Center for Buddhist Studies at Stanford presents Stephen F. Teiser. This lecture explores how the genesis of the Dunhuang manuscripts provides invaluable information about Buddhist religious practice and the institutions of literacy in medieval China.

Masterworks: Jewels of the Collection

The Rubin Museum of Art presents important works of art from the Himalayas spanning a period of over one thousand years.

Andy Cao Lecture on Incidental Placemaking: Beauty and Dreams

The Garden Conservancy hosts Vietnamese-born artist and landscape designer Andy Cao.