But the one thing art can do as a medium is foster dialogue, and talking keeps the door ajar for improvement of relations. The next morning I was making for the subway and passing through Curry Hill. There are pros and cons. Your contribution supports more local, New York coverage from Gothamist. Given your proximity to the art, do you feel more serenity? The way you put it sounds like I should be organizing rousing games of quoits on deck. My job is primarily to allow people to draw contemporary associations from the art and recognize its relevance to who we are now. Describe that low-low moment when you thought you just might have to leave NYC for good.
Which city establishment sees more of your paycheck than you do? That should answer that one. Sometimes I will pair a feature film with a documentary like we did [ Tara’s Daughters ] with The Inn of the Sixth Happiness and that combination sold out. We can arrange the seating any which way. There are hundreds of little rivers running underground. It has been a jamboree Does the museum become harder to sell to the public because it houses such a specific collection of art — not just Asian, but Himalayan? Tell us one, but try to keep it to a New York Minute. On principle I strongly believe in independence of choice of content.
Himalayan art is not to be equated with Tibetan art.
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Ten things to know about Tim: What was your own previous knowledge of Himalayan art before joining the staff? The museum is closed on Mondays, but otherwise opens daily at 11 AM with different closing times throughout the week. While her boots were cut off at the knee, her jeans were cut off high up on the thigh. Yes, when accused by a plainclothes police officer of jumping the turnstiles.
Maybe the museum can serve as a cultural meeting ground at that level. There are pros and cons. Do you have a local guilty pleasure?
When you just need to get away from it all, where is your favorite place in NYC to be alone, relish in solitude and find your earthly happiness? On principle I strongly believe in independence of choice of content.
My job is primarily to allow people to draw contemporary associations from the art and recognize its relevance to who we are now. Assuming that you’re generally respectful of your fellow citizens, was there ever a time when you had to absolutely unleash your inner asshole to get satisfaction?
Try that with an accent. That should answer that one. This art, and the concepts inherent in them lend themselves so wonderfully to interaction. Was it the constraints of square footage that required it to be a multi-function space?
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The enemy is really scheduling more than anything else. The Himalayan style is evident as far north as Tuva in Siberia and magnificent examples can be found on cinmea Pacific coast of China. Streetwalkers make a seasonal appearance here.
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How out of the box do you get when select the schedule? I think more than a few eyebrows were raised when we showed Caddyshack as part of our “Hollywood in the Himalayas” film series.
Being creative and active is what makes me happy. There is no way that they would have known of this abandoned footage, but clearly, some sort of karma was at work here. As a new venue, how challenging has it been drumming up awareness? Tell us one, but try to keep it to a New York Minute. I try not to think about that.
The next morning I was making for the subway and passing through Curry Hill. Gothamist is now part of WNYC, a nonprofit organization that relies on its members for support. The advantage of showing art from the Himalayas is that nobody else does to the extent and range that we do.
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Would you consider your personality more hysterical or more obsessive, and have you changed since living in New York; has “New York” become a part of you? Your contribution supports more local, New York coverage from Gothamist. Maybe not Museum Mile, but an extension of Ladies Mile.