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Meredith Monk + Robert Thurman: On Behalf of Nature "How does one create an ecological artwork that doesn’t make more waste in the world?" asked composer and interdisciplinary artist Meredith Monk in conjunction with her 2013 music-theater piece, On Behalf of Nature. What is the artist’s role if not—in ...
Winona LaDuke + Naomi Klein: Land Rights and Climate Change As climate change is beginning to alter the planet before our eyes, two internationally recognized activists come together at the Rubin to discuss the economics associated with climate change, the role of First Nations in the climate movement, and the ...
Mona Polacca + Marina Abramović: Rites and Rituals Our world is shaped by ritual. Hopi/Havasupai/Tewa Grandmother Mona Polacca meets with the “grandmother of performance art” Marina Abramović to talk about the essential role that ritual, repetition, and durational experiences play in reminding of us of our relationships to ...
Wen Stephenson + Roy Scranton: We Are Doomed. What Would Buddha Do? If we are doomed no matter what, do our decisions matter? In this program, two self-proclaimed “bad Buddhists” try to answer the question of how to lose less badly and live ethically in the no-win situation of catastrophic climate change.
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Padmasambhava Seminar Concluding Discussion Tibetans have celebrated Padmasambhava, the Lotus Born, as the Second Buddha from his legendary era in the past to the present day. The continuous retelling of Padmasambhava’s stories, reenactments of his deeds in rituals, and depictions of those acts in ...
Session 4: Padmasambhava and Ritual in Contemporary Practice Presented by Nicolas Sihlé.
Discussants: Mona Schrempf and Liu Kuo-Wei.
Facilitator: Elena Pakhoutova
As the Tibetan Buddhist traditions continue to spread beyond the Himalayas and Tibetan regions to mainland China, Taiwan, and around the world, Padmasambhava’s mastery of tantric ritual ...
Session 3: Padmasambhava and the Treasure Tradition Presented by David Germano
Discussants: Jue Liang and Janet Gyatso
Facilitator: Elena Pakhoutova
Padmasambhava’s teachings are primarily preserved in texts classified as treasures (terma). This unique tradition asserts that he concealed his teachings, both in the physical landscape and in ...
Session 2: Padmasambhava and Cultural Identity Presented by Lama Jabb
Discussants: James Gentry and Daniel Hirshberg
Facilitator: Elena Pakhoutova
Padmasambhava’s widely accepted iconic place in Tibetan cultural identity may be traced back to the 12th-century biography of the master compiled by Nyangrel Nyima Ozer, which promoted ...
Tulsi Gabbard + Chandrika Tandon: Women in Leadership on Creating Change Tulsi Gabbard—the first Hindu to be elected to Congress, representing Hawaii’s second district since 2013—joins in conversation with Chandrika Tandon, a Grammy-nominated artist, humanitarian, and business leader. Their discussion will center on what values and insights our society needs to ...
Session 1: Padmasambhava and History Presented by Gray Tuttle
Discussants: Jacob Dalton and Lewis Doney
Facilitator: Benjamin Bogin
While Padmasambhava is frequently described as a pivotal figure in the arrival and acceptance of Buddhism in imperial Tibet, no documents that are clearly contemporary with the ...
Trance/Form: Electro-Acoustic Dance Party Move across culture, genre, time, space, and states of consciousness at Trance/Form, a dance party and live music event that traverses boundaries to create an evening like no other.
Learn more about the event on November 10, 2018: http://rubinmuseum.org/events/event/trance-form-11-10-2018
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A Lost Future: Matti Braun Installation Time-Lapse A Lost Future presents still works by all three artists throughout the run, while the central cove will rotate to highlight each one individually.
A Lost Future: Matti Braun (October 5, 2018–February 4, 2019) transforms the central gallery into an ...
Ancient Wisdom Meets the Future: Karenna Gore Hosts the Karma Series Somewhere between inventing the wheel and rocketing to Mars, it seems that humanity has lost its ability to see the world as an interdependent enterprise, with humans, animals, trees, earth, sun, moon, and the stars karmically intertwined in ecological intimacy.
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The Future of the Feminine: With Schuyler Brown and A.T. Mann Where are we now, and what direction do we take to reach a better future? In this final session of a series of programs on astrological traditions, series host A.T. Mann is joined by futurist, strategist, and conscious communication advocate ...
Introduction to Vedic Astrology with Charlotte Benson and A.T. Mann Do you believe in fate? One of the six sacred sciences of ancient India, along with Ayurveda, Vedic astrology is an analysis and forecasting system that offers a map of a person’s karma. This chart reveals a schedule of events ...
Time, Terma, and the Kalachakra: With Khenpo Tsewang Dongyal Rinpoche and A.T. Mann The Kalachakra, meaning “Wheel of Time,” is among the highest and most complicated teachings in Tantra and is traditionally used in community ritual to purify negative energy.
Venerable Khenpo Tsewang Dongyal Rinpoche is a Tibetan Buddhist lama from the Nyingma ...
Tuvan Shamanic Divination and Prophecy: With Chokbar and A.T. Mann How can shamanic prophecy and divination assist us in creating ourselves, now and in the future? Returning to the Rubin is ChokBar, a shamaness from Tuva in the southern region of Siberia. She leads an opening meditation followed by an ...
Dream-Over 2018: A Sleepover for Adults Dream under the compassionate and wakeful gaze of a hundred buddhas. Come in your slippers and pajamas and sleep over at the Rubin Museum beneath an artwork handpicked just for you.
Learn more about the event:
http://rubinmuseum.org/events/event/dream-over-09-29-2018
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