Tibetan Buddhist and Christian works of art made across 12 centuries explore death, the afterlife, and the desire to continue to exist. On view in NYC.
The after-hours program makes a comeback with free admission to all galleries, exhibition tours, special cocktails, DJ sets, and more.
The New York City museum’s latest exhibition highlights how Tibetan Buddhist art and practices serve as roadmaps to well-being in times of crisis.
Discover the power of transforming difficult emotions in an interactive space for social, emotional, and ethical learning.
The 10-episode series features stories of transformation from 10 guests.
Attend an online talk, workshop, or experience, and learn how to reconnect with yourself, your surroundings, and your communities.
Learn to fold an origami lotus, inspire hope and transformation, and contribute your folded flower to an installation at the Rubin Museum of Art.
Experience mind explorations, Vedic astrology, sound healing, flower mandala making, music and dance performances, and more at the Rubin’s fete on May 7.