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Losar Family Day!
In early March Family Programs led the Museum in a celebration of Losar, the Tibetan New Year, with our annual Losar Family Day. With its many moving parts, this celebration required participation from nearly every department in the Museum. Because … Continue reading
Posted in Art Making, Education Center, Family, Gallery Tours, Himalayan Art Tagged Art Making, Buddha, child, children, community, Education, Education Center, Families, Family, family day, Gateway to Himalayan Art, kids, look deeply, Losar, new year, storytelling, tashi delek, teens, think deeply, Tibet, tibetan, Tradition Transformed Comments Off on Losar Family Day!
Plateau Engage at the Rubin Museum
This past weekend we welcomed Plateau Engage, a group of Tibetan students at Columbia University, back to the museum to lead the first two sessions of “Beyond the Hero, Villian, and Yeti,” a four-session workshop for Tibetan teens. As … Continue reading
Posted in Art Making, Education Center, Outreach, Uncategorized, University Audiences Tagged teens, Tibet Comments Off on Plateau Engage at the Rubin Museum
past, present, future
When we tell students about Buddha Shakyamuni, we often start with his birth and the subsequent prophecy that he will either be a great warrior or a great religious leader. We tell students his father was a warrior, and that … Continue reading
Posted in Art Making, K-12 Schools Tagged Buddha, Liberty High School, Painting, storytelling, teens, Thinking Through Art 5 Comments
What to emphasize when training teens to give tours at the museum?
This year, were really excited to have 17 enthusiastic, talented high school students from last years RMA Teens Program back for a second year in our new Teen Guide Council Program. One of their main responsibilities this year will be … Continue reading
Posted in Gallery Tours, Teens Tagged gallery tours, peace poets, RMA Teens, teens, theater for audiences of one 4 Comments