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Do you live in New York City with tons of culture right in your own backyard, but see Superman Returns and other blockbusters, stuff you could see anywhere? Culture for the Non-Cultured participates in theater, art galleries, museums, walking tours, aquariums, and historical homes. Usually, we eat afterwards, because nothing builds community like sitting around a table full of calories! **It is policy that there are no refunds for events, unless they are postponed or cancelled, so make sure you can come to the event before you pay **

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Rubin Museum of Art: Exhibits & Drinks (No Entrance Fee)

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Join fellow art enthusiasts at the Rubin Museum to enjoy the exhibits and mingle over a drink or two at the Serai Lounge.

Look for the group at the high table by the Rotunda. There will be a small sign that says "Dharma Drink" (This is a joint event). Look for Karthik, he will be leading the group.

Ticketing: You must get a ticket to enter museum grounds but the tickets are free for 6PM entry, which is good to enter for the remainder of the evening. Can pre-order or at the door.

Covid policy: Must show proof of vaccination

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- The Tibetan Buddhist Shrine Room: one of the most popular installations at the Rubin Museum, providing an immersive experience inspired by a traditional shrine.

- Tales of Muted Spirits: The first-ever Nepal Pavilion debuts at the 59th International Art Exhibition—La Biennale di Venezia in 2022 with Tales of Muted Spirits—Dispersed Threads—Twisted Shangri-La

- Healing Practices: In Tibetan Buddhism, mental, physical, and spiritual well-being are interdependent, and can only be achieved through a variety of holistic practices, from ritual to medicinal, that restore balance to these three aspects.

- Shrine Room Projects: In dialogue with the Tibetan Buddhist Shrine Room at the center of the gallery, Shrine Room Projects is an exhibition series that features contemporary artists who reinterpret traditional and religious iconography.

- Mandala Lab: An Interactive Space for Social, Emotional, and Ethical Learning. Consider how complex feelings show up in your everyday life and imagine how you might have the power to transform them.

- Masterworks: explores major strands in the development of art from the Himalayan region covering a period of more than one thousand years.

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