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Look, imagine, and talk with Met interns about art this summer! Join
undergraduate and graduate MuSe Program interns for thematic, interactive
conversations about works of art from The Met collection. All are welcome.
Experience the Balcony Bar from home with inspired programming from 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 features the North Carolina–based ensemble Acoustic Syndicate,
known for their unique blend of bluegrass and rock sensibilities and
The Met's annual Women & the Critical Eye series supports a greater
understanding of and appreciation for works of art through the lens of
expert women collectors, connoisseurs, artists, and Museum professionals.
This year's virtual program focuses on the intersection of performance and
art and features a conversation with Sarah Arison, Board Chair, National
YoungArts Foundation; Bijayini Satpathy, Dancer, Choreographer, and
MetLiveArts commissioned artist; Lauren Rosati, Assistant Curator, Leonard
A. Lauder Research Center for Modern Art and Department of Modern and
Contemporary Art; and is moderated by Limor Tomer, Lulu C. and Anthony W.
Wang General Manager of Live Arts.
Free (donation optional), though advance registration is encouraged.
Join Growing Thunder Collective, three generations of
traditional beadwork and quillwork artists, for a glimpse into their
collaborative practice and the relevance of Swiss-born artist Karl Bodmer's
portraits of Indigenous peoples to the work they create today.
Explore Swiss-born artist Karl Bodmer's extraordinary
watercolor portraits of the North American interior and its Indigenous
people. Bodmer created them from 1833 through 1834 while traveling from St.
Louis up the Missouri River, through the lands of the Omaha, Mandan,
Hidatsa, and Blackfoot, among others.
Join us every week to look, listen, sing, and have fun with picture books from home. In this edition, Met educator Suhaly reads Juneteenth for Mazie by Floyd Cooper and connects it to an object in The Met collection. Recommended for families with children ages 18 months to 6 years..
Accessibility at The Met
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accessibility, programs, and services for people with disabilities at both
Met sites, visit metmuseum.org/access. To request an access
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accessibility on our website, see our Website Accessibility Statement.
Your health and safety are our top priority. Please plan ahead and review
The Met's visitor guidelines to prepare for your
visit. As we welcome guests back, here are a few reminders:
Face coverings are required
for all visitors age two and older, regardless of your vaccination
status, and must be worn for the duration of your visit.
We are maintaining physical
Please keep large bags and
items at home; our coat checks are temporarily closed.
Please follow directions
from Met staff.
Images: Winslow Homer (American, Boston, Massachusetts
1836–1910 Prouts Neck, Maine). The Gulf Stream
(detail), 1899. Oil on canvas. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York,
Catharine Lorillard Wolfe Collection, Wolfe Fund, 1906 (06.1234) | Acoustic
Syndicate. Photo by Sandlin Gaither | Photo by Stephanie Berger | Karl
Bodmer (Swiss, Riesbach 1809–1893 Barbizon). Péhriska-Rúhpa,
Hidatsa Man (detail), 1834. Watercolor and graphite on
paper. Joslyn Art Museum, Gift of the Enron Art Foundation (1986.49.275)