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Wednesday, August 25, 8–9:30 pm
Damrosch Park at Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts, Amsterdam Avenue
at West 62nd Street, New York
Join artists for a celebration of music, dance, and spoken word presented
in conjunction with the 100
Years | 100 Women project, which commissioned over 100
self-identifying women and nonbinary artists—including two of The Met's
Civic Practice Partnership artists in residence—to respond to the complex
history of women's suffrage.
In accordance with New York City mandate, the Museum requires
all visitors age 12 and older to be vaccinated against COVID-19. Masks are
required for all visitors. Read our visitor guidelines for details.
Join The Met and Park Avenue Armory for a series of conversations about the
100 Years | 100 Women
project. The project invited 100 artists, activists, scholars, students,
and community leaders to respond to the centennial and complex legacy of
the 19th Amendment, which gave some women the right to vote. Each
conversation in the series features a group of participants exploring
specific topics that resonate with the project, including uplifting
underrepresented stories of women, art and disability advocacy, the past
and future of women of color in film and television, and more. This week's
conversation features one of The Met’s Civic Practice Partnership artists
in residence and project participant, Toshi Reagon.
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 pianist and composer Nahre Sol, who composes and
performs an eclectic mixture of music that draws from various aspects of
improvisation, the avant-garde, and traditional Western forms.
Storytime with The Met Thursday, August
26, 12–12:10 pm
Join us every week to look, listen, sing, and have fun with picture books.
Recommended for families with children ages 18 months to 6 years. Learn more →
Accessibility at The Met
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Met sites, visit metmuseum.org/access. To request an access accommodation
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or call 212-650-2010. For information about
accessibility on our website, see our Website Accessibility Statement.