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The Met

The hull of this sailing ship comprises the names of the “Seven Sleepers” and their dog.
The "mistress of the harim Tiye" wears the voluminous wig and clinging dress of her time.
Thanks for joining us tonight for Teens Take the Met! Learn more about our #MetTeens programs on Instagram:
Come to Gallery 354 #MetTeens to produce beats and make patchwork poems with @urbanwordnyc. #MetTeens
Join us in gallery 399 for toy making with @MovingImageNYC and a photo ops with @studiomuseum. #MetTeens
Drop by Carson Family Hall to make totes with The Met, @PioneerWorks, and fashion writer @CreativeCookie. #MetTeens
See the full list of activities for tonight’s Teens Take the Met event: #MetTeens
Tonight we’re live Tweeting from Teens Take The Met! Follow along for updates on tonight’s #MetTeens activities.
#NYFA is honored to be teaming up with Teens Take the Met for another year at @metmuseum tonight from 5-8pm!
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Tonight! Join @gapyouthmedia @metmuseum, for Teens Take the Met! Deck the halls w/art & media! Rock the galleries w/beats & film! #MetTeens
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#MetTalkingPictures explores visual conversations between artists in the age of smartphones.
Teens Take the Met! begins tonight at 5pm. Teens 13+ are invited to enjoy free programs around the Museum. #MetTeens
This painting is one in a series of works that Childe Hassam made during summers in the 1890s on Appledore Island.
This turtle vessel of Coliman culture is from 200 B.C.- A.D. 300.
The festivities are in full swing. Many thanks to #ApolloCircle Members and their guests for their continued support.
Tonight, we’re celebrating 20 years of the #ApolloCircle! Learn more about the benefit and Membership here:
This blog post examines ways in which artists both reacted to and represented the horrors of modern warfare in WWI.
This exhibition features Indian artists responding to European tastes, scientific interests, and sense of discovery.
In 1963 crowds lined up for blocks to view “The Mona Lisa,” on loan from France. #TBT
Last chance: #PSArt2017, featuring works from more than 100 New York City students closes on October 29.
The seasons may be changing, but Adrián Villar Rojas's installation on #CantorRoof is open until October 29.
When the prototype for this cabinet was exhibited at Exposition Universelle in 1867, it received mixed criticism.
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