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  1. At The Met Breuer Through July 23, 2017
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  4. At The Met Breuer Through June 18, 2017

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Toddler Storytime in Nolen Library

Children's Reading Room in Nolen Library, Uris Center for Education / Free; Museum admission not required for the library portion of this program

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MAR. 23 Now at The Met

Event Highlights: March 24–26

The Museum offers hundreds of events and programs each month—including lectures, performances, tours, family activities, and more. The following listings are just a sample of our upcoming programs.

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MAR. 22 #MetKids Blog

Special Report from Germany!

Skyla Choi, MuSe Intern for online features in the Digital Department, interviews Jakob and Klim about their animation featuring the torso of a bodhisattva. 

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MAR. 22 RumiNations

Taking a Closer Look at the Medallions in Carpets for Kings

Courtney Stewart, Research Assistant in the Department of Islamic Art, takes a closer look at the medallions in the 16th–17th century Persian rugs currently on display in Carpets for Kings, an exhibition at The Met.


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