Art making classes at the Rubin Museum provide participants with opportunities to deeply reflect on Himalayan art through artistic expression, while developing individual artistic skill through different mediums. Experienced artist-instructors guide participants in small class settings that take place after hours in museum galleries and designated art studio spaces.
Give the gift of prayer beads… made by you. Create your own strand of semi-precious mala to give as a gift, guided by experts from Beads of Paradise NYC, and a Tibetan lama. Learn More
Materials are included in the price of the workshop. Includes an optional gallery tour of Count Your Blessings at 6:15 p.m.
See the Rubin Museum’s collection of sacred art anew in this contemplative drawing workshop with Barbara Bash, the author of the illustrated journal True Nature. No experience necessary. Learn More
12 - 2 p.m.
Auspicious Stitches is a weekly workshop for adults that works on individual and collaborative projects using embroidery, appliqué, and other fiber arts inspired by the RMA collection. Learn More