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Himalayan Heritage: Common Threads - Honoring Refugees Through Style + Voice

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  • Rubin Museum of Art Lounge

    150 West 17th Street New York, NY 10011, New York, NY (map)

    40.740017 -73.997795

  • Ask Reception at Rubin or look for Tashi
  • Dear Dharma Drink Friends,


    This is a special two-part joint event between Himalayan Heritage of the Rubin Museum and Business Center for New Americans (BCNA), a NY nonprofit that creates pathways to self-sufficiency for immigrants, refugees, women and others.  Tashi Chodron, the organizer of Rubin Museum of Art's Himalayan Heritage meetup group has invited us to join them.

    Two Part Event
    6:00 pm - Reception
    7:00 pm - Program

    As this is not the normal HHMU event, there are ticket fees for the (1) Program or (2) both Reception and Program.

    Program Only - $35
    Reception & Program - $50

    NOTE:  This is Rubin Museum sponsored event, thus you must purchase your tickets through Rubin Museum.

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    Nomad girl, Jaipur, Rajasthan. 1983. ©Steve McCurry

    Common Threads: Honoring Refugees Through Style + Voice will bring together artists, philanthropists, and refugee activists to celebrate what we share through fashion, art, and storytelling.

    It will be an evening of traditional styles, the modern designs they inspire, and cutting edge garments influenced by the reality of refugees from a variety of global cultures, including the Himalayas.

    BCNA is a New York nonprofit that creates a pathway to self-sufficiency for immigrants, refugees, women, and others through small business loans, specialized business training, technical assistance, and personalized business coaching.

    MUST BUY TICKETS FROM RUBIN!  You are welcome to RSVP here but you must buy tickets directly from Rubin Museum as this is an museum sponsored event.  

    Tickets may be purchased day of program at the Admissions desk. or contact[masked] x344 to purchase ticket or visit the through Rubin Museums website. Space is limited.

    [ Click Here To Rubin's Ticket]


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    I am a Buddhist and like to meet like minded people.

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