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Research Out Loud: Met Fellows Present 2023

Join us online to hear the leading minds and rising voices of their fields as our current Met fellows explore new avenues of research in art history, visual culture, education, and cultural heritage preservation in live presentations.

Join us as fellows expand on their virtual presentations through talks, musical performances, and other exciting activations of The Met galleries on Friday, May 5, May 12, and May 19.

Free, though advance registration is required for the online sessions on Zoom. In-person events are free with Museum admission; registration is not required.

See the fellows' presentation abstracts.

Register for the online sessions below:

Thursday, May 4
10 am–12 pm: Unsettling Approaches: Decolonizing and Diversifying Museum Perspectives
1–3 pm: Museum Futures: Rethinking Collection, Engagement, and Publics

Friday, May 5
10 am–12 pm: Making Materials Strange: Gold, Wood, and Bronze
1–3 pm: Music, Monks, and Monasteries: Perspectives from India, China, and Beyond
In-person event at The Met Fifth Avenue
4–5 pm: Art, Music, Gossip: An Evening at the Salon

Thursday, May 11
10 am–12 pm: Reckoning with the Nation, Voicing Modernisms
1–3 pm: Transitive Modernity: Intermediality in and around the Twentieth Century

Friday, May 12
10 am–12 pm: Paper, Paintings, Textiles, and Time: Deep Dives into Conservation
1–3 pm: The Unconventional Image: Exploring Nontraditional Media at The Met
In-person event at The Met Cloisters
3:30–4:30 pm: Golden and Godly on the Medieval Altar

Thursday, May 18
10 am–12 pm: “Dig if You Will the Picture”: Uncovering Ancient Egyptian Experiences
1–3 pm: Identity Made Visible: Explorations into the Hidden Facets of Western and Central Asian Culture

Friday, May 19
10 am–12 pm: Media and Meaning: In the Workshop and Beyond
1–3 pm: First Impressions: Materials and Audiences in Britain and France
In-person events at The Met Fifth Avenue
4–4:30 pm: The Monumental Aesthetics of Modernism: Thomas Hart Benton’s America Today
4:45–5:15 pm: From Wood to Water: Print’s Metamorphic Material

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