K2 Friday Nights return to the Rubin Museum of Art after more than a two-year hiatus. Explore all the galleries for free from 6–10pm, join an exhibition tour, or hang out in Café Serai, which transforms into the K2 Lounge with a special drinks menu and DJ set.
While we’ve continued to offer free admission on Friday nights during the pandemic, K2 Friday Nights are a totally different energy at the Rubin. The freedom to roam the museum with art and music as your companions fosters this much-needed feeling of togetherness; it’s both stimulating and comforting, a perfect way to kick off your weekend.Tim McHenry, Chief Programmatic Officer
During the first five weeks of the program’s return, there will be a free sound bath experience in the theater at 7:30pm. Sponsored by New York Life through the end of May, the sound baths will be hosted by Brooklyn-based musician and sound healing practitioner Samer Ghadry; sound artist Mari Tanaka; and producer, musician, and former artistic director of Brooklyn Raga Massive David Ellenbogen. A separate ticket reservation is required, which also gives visitors access to all galleries.
Learn more and reserve tickets at rubinmuseum.org.
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