Metropolitan Museum's 2011 Series of "Met Holiday Mondays" to Continue with Presidents' Day, Feb. 21
The Metropolitan Museum of Art continues its popular "Met Holiday Mondays" program by opening the doors of its main building to the public on Presidents' Day, February 21. (The next Met Holiday Monday will be April 25, during spring break week.)
Paul Ruddock Elected a Trustee of The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Paul Ruddock has been elected to the Board of Trustees of The Metropolitan Museum of Art, it was announced today by James R. Houghton, the Museum's Chairman. The election took place at the January 11 meeting of the Board of Trustees.
活動日期： 2011 年二月五日， 星期六
活動時間： 上午11 時 至 下午 4 時
地點： 曼哈頓 第五大道輿82街，大都會藝術博物館
Steve Miller & Friends - Including Jim Hall, Howard Alden, and Bucky Pizzarelli - Perform "Celebrating the Jazz Guitar" at The Metropolitan Museum of Art on Saturday, February 12, 2011
Concert is presented in Conjunction with the Exhibition
Guitar Heroes: Legendary Craftsmen from Italy to New York
February 9 – July 4, 2011
Metropolitan Museum Concerts
Nelson Freire and Nicholas Angelich on the PianoForte Recital Series, John Pizzarelli, and Vince Giordano and the Nighthawks; Tango Buenos Aires, David Dubal on Paganini, Liszt, and Wagner; and Gilbert Kaplan Asks "Did New York Kill Gustav Mahler?"
Lunar New Year Festival at Metropolitan Museum on February 5 Celebrates Chinese Arts and Culture
Visitors of all ages are invited to The Metropolitan Museum of Art on February 5, 2011, to enjoy a day-long Lunar New Year Festival celebrating Chinese arts and culture. The Museum will ring in the Year of the Rabbit with interactive programs, art-making workshops, and lively performances. Nearly all Lunar New Year programs are free with Museum admission.
Metropolitan Museum Concerts
Paul Lewis and Lise de la Salle Continue the PianoForte Recital Series; Itzhak Perlman Performs with Members of the Perlman Music Program; Steve Miller Plays Jazz, Classical Guitarist Odair Assad Performs in Recital; Pacifica Quartet Continues with Shostakovich; and Chinese Theatre Works Performs Little Red Riding Hood
Metropolitan Museum Observes Martin Luther King Jr. Day—January 17—as "Met Holiday Monday"
(New York, January 14)—Galleries, shops, and dining facilities at The Metropolitan Museum of Art will be open to the public on January 17 (Martin Luther King Jr. Day), the next in the series of popular "Met Holiday Mondays."
James C. Y. Watt to Become Curator Emeritus After Decade Leading Department of Asian Art and Distinguished 25-Year Tenure at Metropolitan Museum of Art
Maxwell K. Hearn to Become the Douglas Dillon Curator in Charge of the Department
Lizzie and Jonathan Tisch Make $10 Million Gift to Launch the Renovation of the Metropolitan Museum's Costume Institute
(New York, January 11, 2011)—A landmark gift of $10 million to The Metropolitan Museum of Art by Lizzie and Jonathan Tisch will support the creation of a major exhibition space within its Costume Institute. This gift will allow the Museum to proceed, beginning in 2012, with the complete renovation of its costume-related exhibition galleries, study collection, and conservation center, it was announced today by Thomas P. Campbell, Director of the Museum.
Metropolitan Museum Launches Connections Series of Online Episodes Featuring Museum Staff
On January 5, The Metropolitan Museum of Art will launch Connections, a new online interactive feature that highlights the perspectives and insights of Museum staff on works of art in the Metropolitan's collection.
Metropolitan Museum Concerts Announces
Additions to its Spring 2011 Season
• Shen Wei Dance Arts Creates Dance Inspired by Sculpture in the American Wing
Metropolitan Museum Celebrates the Holidays by Opening on "Holiday Monday" December 27
Galleries, Exhibitions Open to the Public on Monday of
Christmas/New Year's Week
Metropolitan Museum's Exhibitions Picasso in The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Doug + Mike Starn on the Roof: Big Bambú, and American Woman: Fashioning a National Identity Stimulate $784 Million Economic Impact for City
(New York, December 14, 2010)—The Metropolitan Museum's concurrent presentation of three acclaimed and widely attended special exhibitions over the summer 2010 season—Picasso in The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Doug + Mike Starn on the Roof: Big Bambú, and American Woman: Fashioning a National Identity—generated $784 million in economic activity by regional, national, and international tourists to New York, according to a visitor survey the Museum released today. Using the industry standard for calculating tax revenue impact, the study noted that the direct tax benefit to the City and State from out-of-town visitors to the Museum totaled some $78.4 million. (Study findings below.)
Gifts Enhance Metropolitan Museum's Scholarly Activities in Cycladic and Early Greek Art
Endowment Fund to Support Lecture Series; Photo Archive to Be Made Available to Researchers
Metropolitan Museum Concerts
The PianoForte Recital Series Continues with Frederic Chiu's "Monument to Beethoven,"
Pacifica Quartet Continues Its Shostakovich Cycle,
Metropolitan Museum Artists in Concert Plays Purcell, Berio, Kancheli & Beethoven,
Cirène, an Ensemble of Young New York Stars, Performs a Children's Program, and
Steve Ross Sings Noël Coward
Metropolitan Museum Lectures
January and February 2011
For tickets, call the Concerts & Lectures Department at 212-570-3949 or visit
www.metmuseum.org/tickets, where updated schedules and programs (including
additional lectures that are free with Museum admission) are available.
Tickets are also available at the Great Hall Box Office, which is open
Tuesday–Saturday 10–5:00, and Sunday noon–5:00.
Student discount tickets are available for some events; call 212-570-3949.
Mark Polizzotti Named Publisher & Editor in Chief at The Metropolitan Museum of Art
(New York, November 10, 2010)—Mark Polizzotti has been appointed Publisher and Editor in Chief at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, where he will oversee all aspects of the Museum's scholarly publishing program, it was announced today by Director Thomas P. Campbell. Mr. Polizzotti is currently Director of Intellectual Property and Publisher at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. He will begin work at the Metropolitan Museum on November 15.
Metropolitan Museum and Egyptian Government Announce Initiative to Recognize Egypt's Title to 19 Objects Originally from Tutankhamun's Tomb
(New York, November 10, 2010)—Thomas P. Campbell, Director of The Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York, and Zahi Hawass, Secretary General of the Supreme Council of Antiquities of Egypt, announced jointly today that, effective immediately, the Museum will acknowledge Egypt's title to 19 ancient Egyptian objects in its collection since early in the 20th century. All of these small-scale objects, which range from study samples to a three-quarter-inch-high bronze dog and a sphinx bracelet-element, can be attributed with certainty to Tutankhamun's tomb, which was discovered by Howard Carter in 1922 in the Valley of the Kings. The Museum initiated this formal acknowledgment after renewed, in-depth research by two of its curators substantiated the history of the objects.