2011 EVENTS SCHEDULE

Sunday August 14th, 2011 | Park open to the Public
The Sculpture Park will be open for viewing 1:00 pm to 4:00 pm. Park admittance is free of charge. Throughout our regularly scheduled summer openings, guided sculpture tours can be pre-arranged. To book email: curator@rubinoffsculpturepark.org

Masters of Counterpoint Concert Series
  Opus 127  |  Saturday June 18th, 2011  1-4 pm
  Opus 131  |  Sunday July 17th, 2011      1-4 pm

In the third season of our ongoing Masters of Counterpoint series the Borealis String Quartet returns to perform Beethoven's Opus 127 and 131. All concerts are free of charge.
Click here for more information on the 2011 concert

Sunday July 17th, 2011 | Park open to the Public
The Sculpture Park will be open for viewing 1:00 pm to 4:00 pm. Park admittance is free of charge. Throughout our regularly scheduled summer openings, guided sculpture tours can be pre-arranged. To book email: curator@rubinoffsculpturepark.org

Saturday June 18th, 2011 | Park open to the Public
The Sculpture Park will be open for viewing 1:00 pm to 4:00 pm. Park admittance is free of charge. Throughout our regularly scheduled summer openings, guided sculpture tours can be pre-arranged. To book email: curator@rubinoffsculpturepark.org

May 20-23, 2011 | Yale University Forum
The May 2010 Forum addressed questions related to the demise of the landed warrior class, and Rubinoff's artistic insight that the culmination of its domination over European and world affairs marked an extraordinarily dangerous historical turning point.

The 2011 Forum will be held by Yale University and deepens the inquiry into those questions. It is co-chaired by Jeffrey Rubinoff and eminent cultural historian Dr. Jay Winter from Yale. Co-chairs and guest presenters, including Dr. Martin Jay of Berkley University and Dr. Annette Becker from University Paris Ouest Nanterre La Defense, will enter into dialogue on Rubinoff's artistic insight. Click here for more information on the Forum