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The Met

This amulet was probably made for a necklace worn by one of the Kushite kings. met.org/1TYGdJO
Observe and record emotions during our next #MetFridays drop-in drawing session. met.org/1NxfmIB
Enjoy time-lapse videos of Sol LeWitt's "Wall Drawing #370" being installed on @YouTube: met.org/SXwJpU
Celebrate #ArtMuseumDay with one of the most significant works in The Met’s collection. This mihrab, on view in gallery 455, was created by joining a myriad of cut glazed tiles to produce intricate arabesque and calligraphic designs. The result is one of the earliest and finest examples of mosaic ti
Sunday is your last chance to celebrate the #PowerofPrints. met.org/22foOmn #MetonPaper100
Over 6.5 million people per year visit the @metmuseum. How are you celebrating #InternationalMuseumDay?
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Learn about new additions to our collection of Japanese illustrated books on #MetCollects: met.org/1TlNXtl
Happy #ArtMuseumDay! Celebrate with the Museum’s stately Fifth Avenue facade designed by Richard Morris Hunt. #TheMet #MuseumDay
Friday, our #InternationalMuseumDay festivities continue during Teens Take The Met met.org/1snVehX #MetTeens
This portrait of Susan Walker Morse was painted during the invention of the telegraph. met.org/1OD7O7n
Vessels are the most important source of pictorial information from the Late Uruk period. met.org/1qrDPnm
A #MetCollegeGroup member leads a tour of “#ManusxMachina: Fashion in an Age of Technology.”
In this workshop, #MetCollegeGroup students use flowers and feathers to create their own designs.
#MetCollegeGroup guests vote for their favorite designs that explore the distinction between the hand and machine.
A selection of #ManusxMachina-inspired designs by undergraduate and graduate students. #MetCollegeGroup
Panelists @RobinGivhan, @threeASFOUR, and @MaterialiseNV take the stage for “Coded Conversations.” #MetCollegeGroup
We're live-tweeting from the #MetCollegeGroup's celebration of #ManusxMachina. met.org/1WB08W8
Radiant Ewe Kente, cotton and silk @metmuseum #Details with stylized stool, camera, animals metmuseum.org/art/collection…
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