Timeline of Important Dates
An interesting article on Jacques Marchais and her contribution to Buddhism in the West by Harsha Menon in the Buddhist Door Global.
Thank you to CUNY TV for a great piece on the Museum in DiverseCity.
A great piece on Avalokiteshvara by Kay Larson in Lion’s Roar.
An interesting story on the Lighthouse and the Tibetan Museum from Curbed.
Tibetan Museum featured on New York Culture Beat.
Tibetan Museum receives donation of Art and Artifacts from Nepal from the Collection of Walter Meuly. These items were donated by his grandson, Jeremy Leavitt in memory of Walter, Julia and Caroline Meuly. Please see this article from SI Live for more about this remarkable gift.
Jacques Marchais Museum of Art Participates in Culture Pass. Details can be found on SI Live.
Tibetan Museum Featured in Time Out New York.
Why, yes, we do! Staten Island Wants to Draw More Tourists.
Ah, the Good Old Days. Vintage Photos of Lighthouse Hill.
A Cultural Plan for NYC – Tibetan Museum featured in SI Live.
Infinite Compassion: Avalokiteshvara in Asian Art. A Collaborative Exhibition with the Staten Island Museum.
The Museum was happy to be featured in Travel and Leisure Magazine.
Thank you to the National Trust for Historic Preservation for this great article.
Museum’s 70th Anniversary Gala: The Jacques Marchais Museum of Tibetan Art celebrates its 70th Anniversary with a Gala event.
CUNY TV: Asian American Life: The October episode of CUNY TV’s Asian American Life was filmed at the Jacques Marchais Museum of Tibetan Art.
The Rooftops Project, New York Law School: Museum Board Member Peg Harrington and Executive Director Meg Ventrudo sat down with Professor James Hagy and law student Kelly Cooper for a conversation about the Museum. You can either view this in our website here or download a PDF here.
A look at the Restoration of the Museum’s Buddhist Shrine as featured in the Staten Island Advance.
A history of the construction of the buildings and the master stone mason responsible for the construction of the Museum as featured in the Staten Island Advance. Click here to learn more about Joseph Primiano.