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Rubin Museum of Art
01/17/2017 at 15:15. Facebook
New to the Rubin? Take a tour of our Gateway to Himalayan Art exhibition. Visitors are introduced to the fundamental concepts, forms, and interpretations of Himalayan art with thematic sections: Figures and Symbols, Materials and Techniques, and Purpose and Function. Learn more: rma.cm/5p

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It’s been 54 years since Martin Luther King, Jr.'s “I Have a Dream” speech, but we still live in a world where skin color not only gives a first impression, but can impact the perception of someone’s character. By cataloging every conceivable human skin tone, photographer Angélica Dass encourages viewers to rethink the concept of race. rma.cm/1pq

The beauty of human skin in every color

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Rubin Museum of Art
yesterday at 17:16. Facebook
Rumi’s poetry unfolds the mysteries of the heart and has guided the spiritual journeys of people around the world. On 1/18, hear Emmy-nominated actor Zachary Quinto read Rumi’s ecstatic love poetry to celebrate the publication of “Rumi’s Secret,” a new biography by best-selling author Brad Gooch. The New Yorker writes that Gooch’s book “chronicles the political events and religious education...
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The Erasure of Islam from the Poetry of Rumi

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Rubin Museum of Art
yesterday at 15:25. Facebook
Travel to high altitudes with the Soundwalk Collective’s installation Himalayan Wind- listen to soundscape records on Audio-Technica USA turntables and then retreat to the Tibetan Buddhist Shrine Room. Members receive free admission to all exhibitions. On view now: rma.cm/1hh

Sacred Spaces - Himalayan Wind and the Tibetan Buddhist Shrine Room | Rubin Museum of Art

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Rubin Museum of Art
01/15/2017 at 22:00. Facebook
On World Religions Day, stop by the Rubin to learn about one of the lesser-known faiths of the Himalayas, Bon. According to some accounts, the founder of Bon, Tonpa Shenrab lived 16,000 years before the Buddha. These days, Bon is similar to Tibetan Buddhism in many ways. This painting of the Bon protectress deity Lam Lha riding a giant queen bee is currently on display in our Spiral Lobby.
Rubin Museum of Art
01/15/2017 at 21:25. Facebook
This 12th century sculpture is one of a kind! According to guest curator Gautama Vajracharya, it’s the only known example of Indra hurling a thunderbolt. Native inhabitants of the Kathmandu valley still worship Indra, king of the Vedic gods and god of lightning. Do you see parallels to the Greek god Zeus?
Rubin Museum of Art
01/15/2017 at 19:15. Facebook
What realities shape your worldview? This 10th season of Brainwave unravels Perception, unleashing creativity, growth and inspiration.

Speakers include Tracy Dennis, Sheena Iyengar, David J. Linden, David Nichtern, Ethan Nichtern and many more.

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Rubin Museum of Art
01/15/2017 at 18:15. Facebook
Hold steady! The earliest monuments in Buddhism, stupas, were originally burial mounds designed to hold relics of the Buddha. As time went on, the stupa began to symbolize the unwavering concentration of the Buddha’s mind. The stability of the structure can serve as a reminder of perfect concentration.
Rubin Museum of Art
01/15/2017 at 16:15. Facebook
Naked Soul presents unplugged performances by top and upcoming musicians who draw inspiration from universal themes inherent in Himalayan art, including spirituality, peace, and tolerance. rma.cm/1mz

Duncan Sheik, who makes his Naked Soul premiere 2/22, is a Grammy and Tony Award–winning artist who launched his musical career in 1996 with his self-titled debut album. The owner of Sneaky...
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Rubin Museum of Art
01/14/2017 at 15:25. Facebook
Are your resolutions too daunting? Balance your ambitions with realistic goals.The Huffington Post shares 7 mindful resolutions we can all make an effort to keep this year.rma.cm/1pf

Seven Mindful Resolutions for the 2017

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Rubin Museum of Art
01/14/2017 at 15:15. Facebook
So you’re late again. Turns out that’s an anomaly of the human mind's internal clock. Science News Magazine explain how the clockwork of our brain relies on perception to orchestrate movement, sensation, memory, and learning. rma.cm/1pg

How the brain perceives time

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Rubin Museum of Art
01/13/2017 at 21:02. Facebook
Tantra is about much more than sexuality. In a new tour series, led by Rubin docent Tess Sholom, learn about the esoteric practices and rituals used by Buddhist practitioners as a way of achieving enlightenment. rma.cm/1q4
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01/13/2017 at 20:10. Facebook
Where did the Potala Palace get its name? The 5th Dalai Lama named this Tibetan monument after the Potalaka mountain in South India, said to be the abode of the bodhisattva of compassion. The palace is depicted at the center of this thankga painting, along with several other prominent buildings in Lhasa.
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Groove to the fresh East-meets-West flavor of Brooklyn-based DJ AKKI during K2 Friday tonight. rma.cm/1p-

While maintaining an underground, deep-disco feel to her sets, she consistently pushes genre boundaries by experimenting with tribal rhythms, afro-tech vocals, and Asian/Middle Eastern instruments.
Rubin Museum of Art
01/13/2017 at 16:15. Facebook
How does the winter weather influence your seasonal traditions? Focusing on our enduring connection to nature, Nepalese Seasons: Rain and Ritual provides a fresh perspective on Nepalese art while illuminating how the changing seasons impact the natural world.

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Nepalese Seasons - Rain and Ritual | Rubin Museum of Art

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Rubin Museum of Art
01/12/2017 at 22:05. Facebook
Knowledge is golden, and so is the pigment that brightens this sculpture of Atisha, one of the most famous Indian teachers. He is depicted here with a thoughtful gaze and the typical hat of a scholar, as well as a collared vest worn by Tibetan monks. Learn more about this art of the week in our collection search online. [ Rma.cm Link ]

Teacher Atisha (Dipamkara Shrijnyana, 982-1054)-17th - 18th century | Rubin Museum of Art

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Rubin Museum of Art
01/12/2017 at 21:12. Facebook
In the film “Koyaanisqatsi” expansive imagery of urban life, technology, environment, and humanity is set to a score composed by Philip Glass. See a special screening 1/13. rma.cm/1pj

“Koyaanisqatsi is a visual tone poem, an essay, a concert, a comedy, a tragedy, a rollercoaster ride, a humbling and elating experience, and, to put it succinctly, one of the most important pieces of cinematic...
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Koyaanisqatsi-Special Screening | Rubin Museum of Art

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