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Media and Meaning: In the Workshop and Beyond

Free, though advance registration is required.

Join us this spring to hear the leading minds and rising voices of their fields as our current Met fellows explore new research avenues in art history, visual culture, education, and cultural heritage preservation. These live, online presentations on their research take place at 10 am–12 pm and 1–3 pm, May 4, May 5, May 11, May 12, May 18, and May 19.

See the fellows' presentation abstracts.

Please note: These live events take place on Zoom. Free, though advance registration is required.

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Don't miss the fellows' in-person talks, readings, musical performances, and other activations of The Met galleries on Friday, May 5, May 12, and May 19. Free with Museum admission; registration is not required.

View the full Research Out Loud schedule of online presentations and in-person gallery events.

Today's presentations:

The Salome of Andrea Solario between Painting, Sculpture, and Drawing
Caitlin Miller, Eugene V. Thaw Fellow for Collections Cataloguing, Department of European Paintings

Workshop Practice and Innovation: Andrea della Robbia's Head of a Young Man
Federica Carta, The Slifka Foundation Interdisciplinary Fellow, Department of European Sculpture and Decorative Arts

Revisiting Marvelous Verses without Sounds of Xiao Yuncong: Representations of Landscape across Painting and Prints in Seventeenth-Century China
Joy Xiao Chen, The Sylvan C. Coleman and Pam Coleman Memorial Fund Fellow, Department of Asian Art

Defining the Dutch Landscape: Painting Technique as Artistic Commentary
Melanie Gifford, J. Clawson Mills Scholar, The Robert Lehman Collection

Discussant: Adam Eaker, Associate Curator, Department of European Paintings

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