Education at the Rubin Museum of Art
Look Deeply, Think Deeply, Feel Deeply
The Education Department at the Rubin Museum of Art fosters a deeper experience with the art of the Himalayas through close observation, discovery, thinking, and emotion. We encourage visitors to consider the interplay between art and culture, and to make personal connections to visual art through meaningful interactions. Through our educational programs, events, and activities, visitors are encouraged to look deeply, think deeply, feel deeply, and connect globally. To learn more about us visit our Education Blog.
New Opportunity for College Students:
College Committee Deadline November 7, 2014.
Education programs are made possible, in part, by public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council and the David Rockefeller Fund. Yarn courtesy of Lion Brand Yarn Company. Visit lionbrand.com for over 5,000 free patterns.
Additional funding for After School Youth Development, Early Childhood and Family Learning, and Thinking Through Art is provided through public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council and the David Rockefeller Fund.
Support of RMA Teens and the Teen Guide Council is also provided by The Pinkerton Foundation.