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The Met

Nice to visit @mdnybo of @Kulturmin briefly today @metmuseum. Discussed our great Danish museum colleagues like @MSanderhoff! #museumselfie
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In honor of #BlackHistoryMonth, #MetKids celebrates the history and achievements of African Americans.… #BHM
Visit #MetCloisters this weekend to see #SmallWonders and have an exhibition-related VR experience. Report by @NY1:
Check out my new essay on "Olmec Art" for the @metmuseum Timeline of Art History! New color photos of old favorites:…
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Named one of the “Must-See LGBTQ Art Shows” by @NBCNews, #MarsdenHartley’s Maine” opens at #MetBreuer on March 15.
How might you use 375,000 Open License Artworks to enrich your teaching? @metmuseum #arted #artsed @art_cathyhunt
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On the brilliance of 'The Green Wave' on loan from @metmuseum. #EarlyMonet
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We're browsing the @metmuseum's public domain images, including one of us from 1899…
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Without @NEAarts, our entrepreneurial spirit will suffer. Why I wrote this letter to @POTUS.
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I don't know why but this piece at the @metmuseum really spoke to me. Genuinely helped me answer some questions I've had rumbling in my head
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"The transformation of boxwood into these diminutive prayer beads & altarpieces almost make us believe in wizardry." - Director Tom Campbell
#SmallWonders features nearly 50 small-scale, intricate carvings created by artists working in the Netherlands in the 16th cent.
Good Day! We’re live tweeting from the press preview at The Met Cloisters for: “Small Wonders: Gothic Boxwood Miniatures.” #SmallWonders
"An enthralling exhibition." - @nytimes on "Seurat's Circus Sideshow." #SeuratsSideshow
Openwork bronzes appear to have circulated throughout the lands of the ancient Near East. Learn more: #MetTimeline
Discover the Museum's encyclopedic collection during a #MetFridays highlights tour.
Read online or download a PDF of “The Year 1200: A Centennial Exhibition at The Met” for free on #MetPubs:
Tomorrow at 11am, curators will discuss art created in 4 of the 7 countries affected by the recent US travel ban.
Born in Bamako, Seydou Keïta is one of the most celebrated photographers in Mali. #BlackHistoryMonth
Friday at 6:30pm, join a tour of “Marisa Merz: The Sky Is a Great Space” at The #MetBreuer.
Charles-François Daubigny was born on this day in 1817.
Celebrate #HippoDay with the Met’s unofficial mascot, "William the Hippo.” #MetStore
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