The Rubin
Math and Mandalas

Math and Mandalas

Math and Mandalas

A free, three-session program for NYCDOE Title 1 schools

Explore the mandala, an ancient symbol of the universe, through the lens of mathematics. Over three, ninety-minute sessions students will learn printmaking techniques and apply mathematical concepts to the art-making process to create their own printed mandalas. The program supports the Common Core State Standards for Mathematics and makes cross-curricular connections to social studies, ELA, and art.

For more information, please email obuscarino@rubinmuseum.org or call 212.620.5000 x295

Register now to get the Math and Mandalas experience at your school.

Educators can learn about the Rubin Museum’s professional development events offered in conjunction with this program.

This program is made possible The Pierre and Tana Matisse Foundation.

Additional support for K-12 Programs has been provided by Agnes Gund and public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council.