“Project Himalayan Art” will create accessible resources for students, teachers, and the public to learn about art from the Himalayan region.
The new exhibition highlights “how Tibetan Buddhist art practices serve as roadmaps to well-being in times of crisis.”
Singer-songwriter Rosanne Cash in conversation with Buddhist teacher Sharon Salzberg at the Rubin Museum about loving yourself, your work, and—yes—even your inner critic.
Lion’s Roar will host a panel discussion on Wednesday, May 8, at New York’s Rubin Museum of Art on the power of spiritually-inspired activism.
The interactive exhibition, based on the Buddhist figures Padmasambhava and Maitreya, takes traditional Buddhist imagery in radical new directions.
The Rubin Foundation has awarded a total of $777,000 in grants to 60 organizations in New York City that are using art as a tool for social justice.
A new exhibition at the Rubin Museum explores the future through the life of Padmasambhava, who was said to be able to see through time.
Forty years ago, Éliane Radigue synthesized The Tibetan Book of the Dead into a sonic masterpiece.
Lindsay Kyte takes you to the Rubin Museum of Art’s auditory exhibition, “The World Is Sound.”
It’s a good bet this election has you on the edge of your seat. There’s a lot of anxiety in the air. Kate Johnson has decided to do something about it.