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Not sure of the difference between a mudra, mandala, and mala? Never fear: the Rubin’s fantastic guides are always available to explain as much or as little as you’d like about what you’re seeing on the gallery floors! #RubinMuseum by rubinmuseum http://ift.tt/1zXUwVB
Join us on September 7 for a color-filled Family Sunday! After visiting the Francesco Clemente exhibition, families will create their own washes of colors from Himalayan pigments. #RubinMuseum by rubinmuseum http://ift.tt/1qNppee
Everyone loves a good mystery! We’ve unearthed the story behind 54 mysterious paintings of the All-Knowing Buddha in preparation for the opening of The All-Knowing Buddha: A Secret Guide in October. #RubinMuseum by rubinmuseum http://ift.tt/1zRn6rG
The Rubin Museum of Art’s immersive environment stimulates learning, promotes understanding, and inspires personal connections to the ideas, cultures, and art of Himalayan Asia. The only museum in the U.S. dedicated to the Himalayan region, the Rubin has welcomed more than one million visitors since its founding in 2004. Its outstanding collections of Chinese, Indian, Afghan, Bhutanese, Mongolian, Nepalese, Pakistani, and Tibetan art, which include photography, are complemented by a diverse array of films, on-stage conversations, concerts, and special events. The Museum’s education, community, and access programming is dedicated to providing audiences of all ages and backgrounds with multidimensional experiences that foster dialogue and active engagement with the traditions and cultures of the Himalayas. The Rubin Museum’s Café Serai and shop are also inspired by the region and serve as a natural extension of the gallery and programming experience. www.rubinmuseum.org
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