Sunday, August 9, 2020
Saturday, August 8, 7:30–8:30 pm
Join us for the digital premiere of soprano Julia Bullock's reconsideration of the Nativity story. Experience this uniquely distilled rendering of John Adams's monumental Christmas oratorio El Niño, specially arranged for American Modern Opera Company (AMOC) and recorded live in concert at The Met Cloisters.
Friday, August 7, 5–5:30 pm
Experience the Balcony Bar from home with the Great Hall Balcony Bar's resident ensemble, ETHEL, one of the most acclaimed string quartets in the contemporary concert field. This week's installment is "Balcony Bar Remix," a special selection of the series' past performances.
The Unicorn Purifies Water from The Unicorn Tapestries
Join Met experts for an in-depth look at The Unicorn Purifies Water, the most lyrical of The Met's famous ensemble The Unicorn Tapestries.
Picturing Possessions: Korean Munbangdo Painting
Saturday, August 8, 10–10:20 am
Saturday, August 8, 1–1:20 pm
Teens are invited to join us on Instagram, get inspired by works of art from The Met collection, and experiment with different drawing approaches.
Sunday, August 9, 10–10:30 am
Drop in anytime for a virtual session of our popular series and experience The Met collection through creative drawing challenges. This week, dive into letters and books with a drawing activity that celebrates Book Lovers Day.
Wednesday, August 12, 2–3 pm
Brew a cup of coffee or tea and gather around art to chat, share, and stretch! For individuals living with dementia, together with their family members or care partners.
Thursday, August 13, 6–7 pm
Tap into your powers of observation and investigate a work of art through close looking and discussion. All adult learners are welcome.
Engage with great works of art—wherever you are! Experience live virtual tours for K–12 School Groups and Adult Groups. Join us and connect with more than 5,000 years of art and culture.
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