On December 7, the Rubin Museum will host its annual Dream-Over for adults, where guests sleep overnight under a hand-picked work of art in the museum. After guests arrive in their pajamas, Khenpo Lama Pema Wangdak will discuss the significance of dreaming in Tibetan Buddhist philosophy. Tickets on sale October 22nd.
In the morning, guests wake to discuss and interpret their dreams with “Dream Gatherers,” eat a light breakfast, and depart with a newfound intimacy with the Rubin’s art.
Described as a “blind date with a work of art,” the Dream-Over is one of the Rubin’s most popular events. The Rubin was the first museum worldwide to hold an adult sleepover in its galleries when the Dream-Over debuted in 2011.