Known today as the Crow Museum of Asian Art of The University of Texas at Dallas, the institution’s vision remains the same: To love and celebrate the arts and cultures of Asia. The permanent collection includes more than 600 ancient to contemporary works in galleries dedicated to China, India, Japan, Korea, and Southeastern Asia. Many of the pieces were once displayed at Crow-owned properties, including their own homes, as well as office buildings and hotels. Today, a nice selection of their collection can also be seen at the Hilton Anatole, both inside and outside of the hotel.
In addition to the indoor galleries, the Crow Museum offers visitors a tranquil escape in the middle of the bustling downtown Dallas Arts District with its outdoor sculpture gardens filled with bamboo, azaleas, maple and pine trees, and water features. Other offerings during the year include wellness classes, yoga and meditation, lectures and gallery talks, and docent-led tours.