“Force of Stillness” is a two-day festival of experimental films and performances highlighting Buddhism’s intersections with contemporary art.
Tonight, Rubin Museum founders Shelley and Donald Rubin, with actor Peter Sarsgaard, will flip the switch on the Empire State Building’s lights, turning it red in honor of the museum’s tenth anniversary. The museum, dedicated to Himalayan art, opened in Manhattan on October 6, 2004. See our post about the anniversary, here, and check out […]
Opening on October 2nd, 2004, in a former Barney’s department store, the Rubin Museum of Art has since become the world’s premier museum of Himalayan art. Over the last decade, it has been praised for its accessibility to people all of ages, abilities and backgrounds, as well as the wealth of its collections. A 2008 Shambhala Sun […]
The art, spirituality, and ideas of the Himalayas meet the best of the modern world at New York’s Rubin Museum.
Rubin Museum of Art have posted video of the conversation they hosted between Philip Seymour Hoffman and philosopher Simon Critchley.
Digital Dharma, a documentary about the late Tibetologist E. Gene Smith, is screening at the Rubin Museum in New York City.
The Rubin Museum will be presenting a preview of the film My Reincarnation, “an epic documentary on Dzogchen master Chögyal Namkhai Norbu.”
Kay Larson reviews “Grain of Emptiness”, an exhibition at the Rubin Museum of Art.
The Rubin recently wrapped up its second annual “Brainwave” program—a series of events exploring the intersection of mind and matter.
At New York’s Rubin Museum the spirit of the art is alive and cutting-edge. Elisabeth Coleman reports on this unique creative collision.