Tag Archives: New York

Broadway Plus x Tastings Virtual Events

We are collaborating with Broadway Plus to present our Tastings 2.0 catering and virtual events. It is the perfect way to celebrate the holidays!

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Public Shakespeare Presents: WHAT IS THE CITY BUT THE PEOPLE?

Brooklyn Public Library and Public Shakespeare Initiative continue their partnership with WHAT IS THE CITY BUT THE PEOPLE? on Thursday 12/3.  Brooklyn Public Library In Association With The Public Theater Presents:WHAT IS THE CITY BUT THE PEOPLE? SHAKESPEARE, ART & CITIZENSHIP In the wake of the U.S. elections, we sit down with Professor Stephen Greenblatt, Pulitzer Prize-winning author of Tyrant: Shakespeare on

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Origami Tutorial: Fold a Koi Fish

Interested in learning the art of origami? On Thursday, December 3, at 2 pm ET, Talo Kawasaki, one the Museum’s Origami Holiday Tree designers, will lead an online tutorial on how to fold a swimming koi fish and offer a quick look at this year’s tree, themed Cranes and Colors. Join a pre-recorded folding tutorial with Talo Kawasaki, one the Museum’s Origami Holiday

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Conversation Pieces: Spatial Awareness

November 30, 2020, 5 pm Conversation Pieces are online, hour-long explorations of the Guggenheim’s collection, exhibitions, and architecture. In these live discussions meant to simulate the participatory aspects of on-site tours, a selection of artworks serves as the point of departure for dialogue and personal reflection. Centered around a new theme each week, all sessions are facilitated by a museum

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Spanish: Viernes con Vida Americana: Visualizando la Revolución Mexicana

FRI, Dec 4, 2020, 12 pm, Online, via Zoom Cuando México emergió de su revolución en 1920, los artistas buscaron formas para responder a las nuevas formaciones de la vida pública. En búsqueda de conectar la cultura y el arte nativo con una sensibilidad modernista, nuevas representaciones, a veces románticas, de la vida campesina ocuparon un lugar central. Esta sesión

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Undergraduate and Graduate Internship Program—Online Information Sessions

THURSDAY / DECEMBER 3, 5:30–6:00 P.M. Are you a college or graduate student interested in an internship at The Met? Join a 30-minute online information session to learn more about the program and application process and ask questions. College and university administrators and professors are welcome to join. If you have a large group of students you would like to

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You’ve Got Game! Making Math Champs with NBA Math Hoops and the Museum of the City of New York

Join us for this free two-part workshop, where you’ll explore the stories and artifacts of the Museum’s exhibition City/Game: Basketball in New York and learn how you can bring the virtual NBA Math Hoops game to your students.   On Tuesday, December 1, hear from Museum curators about basketball’s distinctly New York character and uncover how the game reflects the cultural, social, economic, ethnic, and racial history of our city.  And on Wednesday,

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SciCafe: Shakespearean Bird Invasion

European starlings are one of the most successful and widespread invasive species in the world.  In 1890, approximately 100 birds were brought to Central Park in an effort to have all birds mentioned in Shakespeare’s work live in New York—leading to a population of 200 million starlings in the US today. They destroy agricultural crops, spread disease to livestock, fly

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Art History from Home: Queer Belonging

Tues, Dec 1, 2020, 6 pm, Online, via Zoom This session knits together works from the Whitney’s collection to explore LGBTQ perspectives on gender, sexuality, and desire. Looking at a range of artists including Andy Warhol, Catherine Opie, and Zoe Leonard, the session will examine the way art has been a powerful tool in documenting and building queer communities. Josh Lubin-Levy is a Joan

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