Manhattan Cultural Events: The Collection – Rubin Museum of Art

The Collection at the Rubin Museum of Art is the home of a compendious array of Himalayan art in the western world. The Collection is a wonderful way to experience the Himalayan culture in the form of paintings, textiles, sculptures and more.

The enchanting arts provide answers to some of the inquires regarding the culture, expression, and overall society of the Himalayas and surrounding regions. This monumental museum is committed to conserving Tibetan art and educating others of the significance of the culture.

This enlightening haven in located in the Chelsea region of Manhattan and is an awesome way to explore the various regions such as Tibet, Bhutan, Nepal, China, Mongolia, Siberia, and India.

The visitors of The Collection at the Rubin Museum of Art vary from students, children, collectors, and normal people from all over the nation. The Rubin Museum of Art (RMA) is globally recognized as a location of conservation, education, and pleasure of the Himalayan culture.

The artwork in “The Collection” vary in date of origination to over two-thousand years old and many of the works are representations of the significance of the Himalayan artwork from the 12th century and on. This museum is managed by a Swiss doctor by the name of Martin Brauen who specializes in cultural anthropology.

The Collection in the Rubin Museum of Art continues to expand its reach with the increase of interactive public activities and ever changing art exhibits, it helps to relate cultures of the Himalayan regions to our own.

The Collection helps bridge the gap for visitors who have little or no knowledge of the Himalayan art form with the use of wall texts, social, visual and historical overviews for the general public as well as students of the arts.

Individuals with questions about the origin and purpose of artwork will be happy to know that The ExploreArt Galleries on the 3rd and 5th floors of the museum offer behind the curtain access to these questions and many more. The paintings, photography, antiquities and computer resources provide plenty of examples of the stunning impact of this civilization.

  • Show times are daily at 11 A.M.
  • $10 – Adults
  • $5 – Seniors, Students
  • Children (under 12): Free
  • Gallery admission is free to all Fridays 6:00pm–10:00pm

Venue: Rubin Museum of Art
(212) 620-5000
150 West 17th Street,
New York, NY 10011

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