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Join Mei Lum, one of the Museum's Civic Practice Partnership Artists in
Residence, and Tomie Arai, artist and cofounder of the Chinatown Art
Brigade, to learn about the relationship between art and activism in
Manhattan's Chinatown. Explore key themes of resistance and resilience,
anti-gentrification, and the community's cohesion during the current wave
of anti-Asian racism and violence.
Storytime with The Met—Wild about Books with Marc Brown Thursday, August
12, 12–12:15 pm
Enjoy Storytime from home! Join us every week to look, listen, sing, and
have fun with picture books. In this special edition, author and
illustrator Marc Brown, creator of the Arthur
book series, reads Wild
about Books by Judy Sierra, which Brown illustrated.
Recommended for families with children ages 18 months to 6 years. Learn more →
Join a Met curator and expand your knowledge of art history through
introductions to core themes and close examination of The Met collection.
In this session, explore Roman wall paintings excavated near Pompeii,
Italy. Discover how these works of art, all buried by the eruption of Mount
Vesuvius, now offer a vivid glimpse into the tastes and interests of
wealthy Roman homeowners and the virtuosity of ancient artisans in the
first century B.C.
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