ASIA WEEK at various locations (through March 24). The offerings at this annual event, which features 45 free public exhibitions, are as diverse and intriguing as the continent it represents. On view across Manhattan, as well as from Staten Island to New Haven, the work ranges from religious statuary to textiles, prints and paintings. The collection of ceramics by the excellent 20th-century potter Kamoda Shoji at Joan B. Mirviss is a notable highlight. An added bonus: The pieces have never been shown outside of Japan.