. The Smithsonian’s Museum of Asian Art Celebrates Its Centennial With a Year of Special Exhibitions and Events—And a Revamp of Its Historic Galleries « JO LEE MAGAZINE

ART NET NEWS – The Smithsonian’s National Museum of Asian Art first opened its doors in 1923—comprised of the Freer Gallery of Art and Arthur M. Sackler Gallery—and has become a bastion of preserving, exhibiting, and interpreting Asian art, with an over 40,000 object collection dating from the Neolithic period through today. Marking the century since its founding, the museum has organized a dynamic year-long centennial celebration, featuring special exhibitions, new permanent exhibitions, refurbishment of existing galleries, and an extensive schedule of programming—including music series, events, and more.

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