Upcoming events at the Tibetan Museum Fall 2019 Staten Island NYC

Upcoming events at the Tibetan Museum Fall 2019 Staten Island NYC
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Upcoming events at the Tibetan Museum Fall 2019

 

This Sunday! Singing Bowl Meditation with Leslee Penny, Sunday, September 22, at 3 PM.  Experience the power of resonance and its meditational and healing capabilities. Leslee Penny is a certified mindful practitioner and certified in Singing Bowl Healing therapy.  She will transport you to a place of tranquility so your cells can renew in this bath of healing vibration, and you can learn about the traditions of Tibetan singing bowls. Click here for tickets!

Special Yoga Class with Melissa Ruiz, Sunday, October 6, at 12 PM. Melissa Ruiz is inspired by health and wellness. She grew up playing sports and was formerly a WNBA cheerleader. She studied yoga under the guidance of Marina De Lima and Anayra Calderon, graduating from Yoga In the World RYS. Her training is Hatha, Ashtanga and Vinyasa based. Melissa is an athletic enthusiast so expect a powerful flow with lots of core work. Melissa is obsessed with her Shiba Inu named King and in her spare time is training for the NYC marathon. She is devoted to helping her students reach their highest potential and mission is to uplift and empower all beings around her. Click here for tickets!

Preview Party: Attic Treasures Under the Tent, Thursday, October 17 at 7 PM. Enjoy cocktails while getting the first look at our attic treasures. Take home your favorite items before the sale opens to the public.  Come by the Tibetan Museum for one of a kind items, vintage jewelry, unique boutique, decorative arts, holiday items, and treasures from our travels.  All proceeds will benefit the Museum’s Programming and Building Funds. Click here for tickets!

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FREE ADMISSION!  Attic Treasures Under the Tent, October 19 & 20 at 10 AM. Come by the Tibetan Museum for one-of-a-kind items, vintage jewelry, unique boutique, decorative arts, holiday items, and treasures from our travels. All proceeds will benefit the Museum’s Programming and Building Funds.

FREE ADMISSION! Open House New York, October 19 & 20 at 10 AM. Every October, Open House New York Weekend unlocks the doors of New York’s most important buildings, offering an extraordinary opportunity to experience the city and meet the people who design, build, and preserve New York. From historical to contemporary, residential to industrial, hundreds of sites across the five boroughs are open to visit, with tours, talks, performances, and other special events taking place over the course of OHNY Weekend. Through the unparalleled access that it enables, OHNY Weekend deepens our understanding of the importance of architecture and urban design to foster a more vibrant civic life, and helps catalyze a citywide conversation about how to build a better New York.  There will be a talk each day at 2PM in the Museum.

Esoterica VIII: Creepy Carnival, Saturday, October 26, at 7 PM. The Jacques Marchais Museum Invites You to
the 8th Annual Halloween Haunt.  Enjoy signature drinks, savory snacks, DJ/dancing the Haunted Garden, costume contest, and more! All proceeds benefit the Museum’s Exhibitions & Building Fund.  Dress to impress! Click here for tickets!

The Jacques Marchais Museum of Tibetan Art was established in 1947 to preserve and share the art, culture and cultural traditions of Tibet and the Himalayas to a world audience. The holds a collection of artifacts, objects, thankgas, books, and photographs and exhibits the collection both on-site and in traveling exhibits. The Museum presents cultural programming, Himalayan dance, lectures, films, meditation and tai chi on a weekly basis. The Museum is open to the public Wednesday – Sunday from 1:00 PM – 5:00 PM and by appointment for groups.

Public programming at the Museum is sponsored, in part, by public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs and Councilmembers Steve Matteo, Debi Rose, and Joseph Borelli. Additional programmatic support is made possible by the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew M. Cuomo and the New York State Legislature.