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Linbania Jacobson tells the story of how her husband's
dementia diagnosis led them to a program at The Met, which affirmed his
humanity and gave meaning and joy to her role as a caregiver. Linbania, now
a Volunteer with Met Access Programs, says, "I have found my new
life." Watch now →
When The Met closed its doors in March of this year, it began
a new, uncertain chapter in the institution's 150-year history. We invited
staff from across the Museum to send us dispatches from wherever they may
be, about the innovative ways they were able to adapt, create, and care for
the collection and each other as the world was struck by new and dangerous
circumstances. Read now →
Over the last century alone, successive waves of migration
from the Sahel have defined an influential and multigenerational global
diaspora. This international presence comprises a significant part of the
more than 170 million members who make up what the African Union refers to
as Africa's sixth region: those who live outside its continental
subdivisions of North, South, East, West, and Central Africa. Read now →
Along with The Met's 150th celebrations, Watson Library has a
series of blog posts and vitrine displays celebrating our hallmark year
including staff picks—a selection of favorite books chosen by library staff
from our encyclopedic collection which spans the entire history of art. Read now →
Drop in anytime for a virtual session of our popular series
and experience The Met collection through creative drawing challenges.
Learn the fundamentals of capturing facial features in this lesson
focused on drawing portraits and self-portraits. Watch now →
From now through October 12, 2020, we are offering visitors free bicycle
valet service located on The Met's plaza on Fifth Avenue near 83rd Street,
north of the Museum's main entrance. See the hours and details here.
Entry to the Museum will be by timed ticket or reservation only and
capacity will be limited. See the visitor guidelines page for more information
on reserving or buying tickets in advance.