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Professor Stan Altman created the Rubin Museum Project to provide students with an opportunity to explore who they are by introducing them to the unfamiliar art and culture of the people of the Himalayan Region. The innovative exhibitions at the Rubin Museum will introduce students to cross-cultural themes that explore ideas and issues of one’s place in the world. The Rubin Museum Project is designed to provide the means and opportunity for this exploration to take place through arts integration, with the purpose of helping young adults develop the leadership skills required to be successful in today’s evolving business, government, and nonprofit sectors. It is also designed to help students become successful and whole human beings in their own estimation, which may well be the most important gift of their educational experience. We strongly believe that this exciting and potentially rewarding program presents an unparalleled opportunity that young adults should not miss – our future and the future of the planet will be affected by the choices that this generation makes. We invite students to visit the Rubin Museum, and expand the breadth of their worldly knowledge by keeping their eyes, ears, and minds open.
Please visit our Fellows page to read about the various projects Rubin Museum Project Fellows are contributing.
The Rubin Museum Project is supported by the generosity and vision of the Shelley and Donald Rubin Foundation.