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Journey & Transformation: Exploring the Fluidity of Life

Hosted by

CaringKind, The Heart of Alzheimer's Caregiving partnering with the Rubin Museum of Art

What would it be like if we thought about time in a cyclical way? How would that change our perception of beginnings and endings?

No one lives forever. Impermanence is a term often used in Tibetan Buddhism as a reminder of the cycle of death and rebirth. As part of Reimagine End of Life week, join us in exploring the big questions about life and death. Open your mind to a different understanding of time and form a new relationship with the future. Step into a world where past, present, and future exist all at once by exploring how contemporary artists and traditional Buddhist artworks from the Himalayas lend us new perspectives on our journey. This program begins with a 75-minute gallery tour followed by conversation in the Rubin Museum’s Café Serai including complimentary tea and refreshments.

Visual Art