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Expand your knowledge of art history through introductions to core themes
and close examination of The Met collection. Join the curator behind The Good Life:
Collecting Late Antique Art at The Metto explore objects
and themes from the exhibition and The Met collection. This session begins
with an overview of late antique art from Mediterranean Africa and delves
into late antique ideas about abundance, virtue, and shared classical
Master craftsman Chung Haecho reveals his intricate method of
building a Korean lacquer vessel. From the initial designs to the final
glaze, each beautifully crafted piece takes seven months to complete.
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Images: Medallion with a Portrait of Gennadios
(detail). Roman, made in Alexandria, Egypt, 250–300. Glass, gold leaf,
polychromy. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, Fletcher Fund, 1926
(26.258) | Roberto Lugo, Queen
Abolition (detail), 2021. Digital illustration