Visiting Sleeping Beauties: Reawakening Fashion?

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Catalyst Quartet: “Bassline Fabulous” with Machine Dazzle

In December 2022, as part of their Met residency, Catalyst Quartet presented an immersive dive into Bach’s behemoth Goldberg Variations.

Look Again: European Paintings 1300–1800—Venice and Antiquity

Join curators Stephan Wolohojian and Denise Allen for a closer look at Venetian painting and sculpture.

Tan Dun—Symphony of Colors: Terracotta and Triple Concerto: Hero

The Met commissioned a new work from composer Tan Dun, “Symphony of Colors: Terracotta,” based on music from his opera The First Emperor.

Sleeping Beauties: Reawakening Fashion—Exhibition Tour with Andrew Bolton

Join Andrew Bolton, Curator in Charge of The Costume Institute, on a tour of the exhibition “Sleeping Beauties: Reawakening Fashion.”

Artist Interview—Petrit Halilaj: The Roof Garden Commission, Abetare

Go behind the scenes with artist Petrit Halilaj, who discusses with curator Iria Candela the inspiration and making of his 2024 Roof Garden Commission: Abetare.

The Free Black Women’s Library

“Part of what inspired the project was wanting to create something that really centered the brilliance and creativity of Black women writers and the transformative possibilities that come with reading.”

"Birches" by Robert Frost: An Optical Poem, 2024

“When I see birches bend to left and right / Across the lines of straighter darker trees, / I like to think some boy’s been swinging them.” On April 7, 1955, Robert Frost delivered a poetry reading at The Metropolitan Museum of Art.

Farah Siraj: Diggi Ya Rababa

Named Jordan's “Musical Ambassadress,” Farah Siraj’s unique idiom melds influences from Arabian music, flamenco, and jazz.

Alsarah & the Nubatones: Nuba Noutou

Founded in 2011, Alsarah & the Nubatones have dubbed their sound “East African retro-pop.”

Emel Mathlouthi: Fi Kolli Yawmen

Emel Mathlouthi's viral anthem of the Arab Spring earned her the title “voice of the Tunisian revolution.”

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